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Brigitte Frase

  • The memoir is an artful dodger, slip-sliding through the facts of autobiography and journalism into the techniques of fiction. It is the most rhetorically dramatic of forms, in the way it shines full-glare lights on some episodes, while others are left in haunting, suggestive shadows.

    • Brigitte Frase,
    • "Wreckage and High Romance," in Hungry Mind Review ()
  • The best way to read a memoir, I have found, is with an open mind, an investigative nose, a psycholinguist's interest in stylistic close reading, and with a shit detector close at hand.

    • Brigitte Frase,
    • "Wreckage and High Romance," in Hungry Mind Review ()
  • In all ages and cultures there is a yearning and a pull, against mortal gravity, to a more authentic reality in which we drown, with which we merge, in which we lose the discrete boundaries of self. That reality is felt to be a power, a stream, pure nothingness, pure Being. It is God, it is consciousness, it is the human self perfected.

    • Brigitte Frase,
    • "Faith in Action," Ruminator Review ()

Brigitte Frase, U.S. writer