In the fall of 1977, Howard Norman went to Churchill, Manitoba, to
translate Inuit folktales, and there he met Helen Tanizaki, an
extraordinary linguist translating the same tales into Japanese.
"In Fond Remembrance of Me" recaptures their intimacy, and the
remarkable influence that she, and the tales themselves, would have
on the future novelist. Through a series of overlapping panels of
reality and memory, Norman evokes with vivid immediacy their brief
but life-shifting encounter, and the earthy, robust Inuit folklore
that occasioned it.
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