From the page: "Perhaps this is why a critic like Neil Genzlinger seems so scared of personal memoirs. He is a trained writer with a job talking about important âoestuff.â Maybe the memoir is considered too feminine, in a patriarchal world, where a personâs importance is tied to their impact on history. What does a SAHM have to offer the world in a memoir?
Actually, a lot.
In the year 2211, the next generation is going to care more about how the typical person lived their daily life, and how it reflected on the times, than on anyoneâs opinion of the long-forgotten news story of the day."