January 8, 2021 by jacklovelace
Jake5.0 out of 5 stars Tricky method becomes a triumph Reviewed in the United States on January 8, 2021Verified Purchase Loved the book, loved the movie, Dazed and Confused.
But the real impressive thing about this book is how the author used a potentially weak approach and turned it into a triumph.
She breaks the chapters into topics with subheads of each person who was interviewed and putting it into a unified discussion. That’s tricky and it can also fall flat.
But here we not only get blunt comments and memories, but the equivalent of disagreements and vastly different opinions.
This bold approach turns the interviewee memory briefs without the traditional narrative into a fascinating way to remember what did or didn’t happen. And in some cases as it is with memory, who knows what is accurate?
If you loved the movie, or even liked it, you won’t be disappointed.