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The house, in fact the whole street has gone now and been replaced by a car park and, rather ironically, a school. My Mother and Father got moved to a council house which was fine really. I was surprised when I found out where Suzanne had lived as a child. The area and the street she had lived in were well known for their poverty when I was a boy. In the sixties people used to say the houses would fall down before they were knocked down. It was just that, unlike me, Suzanne had no trace of a working class accent by the time I met her when she was 58.
Less and less like me. I think I’d better take a new turn here. I may not be able to be wholly part of the ‘we’ and ‘us’ that Rich refers to and Antoniou identifies with but I don’t seem to be able to join the tradition they both reject without wearing a mask of words and I’m not sure I’ve got the skills or the motivation to make one that fits. That’s not why I’m doing this thesis. Just the opposite if I remember rightly. This is my attempt to make connections between my past and my future, to understand how identities shift and are used in belief and in practice, and to find my way back to a sense of myself.
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Contemporary British Autoethnography by Nigel P. Short, Lydia Turner, Alec Grant