The Memory Palace

The Memory Palace
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“Folks have abandoned their families for a lot much less than you’ve lived”, Mira Bartók is told from his mother’s memorial service. This is a poignant observation on the relationship between Mira, his sister and his mother suffering from mental mentally. Before it was struck with schizophrenia at the age of nineteen, had beautiful piano protected Mr. Norma has been the most dynamic personality in the room. She loved her daughters and did their best to raise them well but his mental state deteriorated, Norma talked less about Chopin and far more about the Nazis and her fear that her daughters would be kidnapped, murdered or raped. When the girls went to college, harassment escalated, Norma known as them too, appeared in their apartments or jobs, has threatened to kill them if they do not return. Following a traumatic meeting was Mira and her sister has left no option but to change its name and break contact with Norma to stay secure. But while Mira continued her car The Memory Palace

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