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Review: My Name Is Why, by Lemn Sissay

Review: My Name Is Why, by Lemn Sissay
In My Name Is Why, Lemn Sissay blends official documents and personal recollections and reflections to create a devastating narrative and damning indictment of the systems that failed him growing up. I found myself considering the nature of autobiography, and what makes this one particularly unusual and compelling.

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