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by Harry Marten — A long, comfortable walk in the woods with the hounds of memory, this memoir considers life and memory not as a "summoning of the completed past to give shape to a fluid present," but more as invention — "putting up a fiction of 'then' shaped by the needs of 'now.'" Anita Diamant, author of The Red Tent and The Last Days of Dogtown wrote, "I felt blessed reading But That Didn't Happen To You — being in the presence of profound tenderness. Blessed. Wow."