Working with Anglo-Indian Life Stories: Emotional Labour and Ethics
AbstractIn this article Robyn Andrews reflects on the experiences of collecting a particular life story, one which recounted traumatic episodes in the life of the narrator. Andrews draws on this experience to explore some of the difficulties inherent in writing life stories, particularly of members of this community.
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