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Jill Ker Conway reflects on the meanings and influences that certain memoirs had upon her formation, including those of social worker Jane Adams and birth control activist Margaret Sanger. She emphasizes the notion of a drama as a reflection of the human condition and the role that religious traditions have in promoting real memoirs that inspire and motivate.
Marianist, Memoirs, Marianist Award
TEMP GR. STOR US. CATH CT 25.C68 1999
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Conway, Jill Ker, "Memoirs and Meaning" (1999). Marianist Award Lectures. 9.