“Once Removed” by Alexander MacLeod in The New Yorker, Feb 7 2022

Since lately I and a few other members of my very extended family have taken an interest in our ancestors’ hejira from Kaunas to Cardiff (or thereabouts), this story resonated. “Once Removed” by Alexander MacLeod in The New Yorker, Feb 7 2022 is about relations, life, the past, our identity, what is unsaid. Very nice rendering of the complex sentiment.

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Economist at Santa Clara University and Director of Friends of African Village Libraries.
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