Table of Contents:
  • Introduction: the some body memoir
  • Paradigms cost: disability and cultural representation
  • Rhetoric and self-representation in disability memoir
  • Double exposure: performing conjoined twinship
  • Identity, identicality, and life writing: telling (the silent) twins apart
  • Autoethnography and developmental disability: riding the bus with my sister
  • Disability as metaphor: what's wrong with Lying
  • Lucy Grealy and the some body obituary
  • Life writing and disability law: undoing hardship
  • Epilogue: the new disability memoir.