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Having categorized "I Think, Therefore Who Am I?" as a memoir--because that's the niche publishers now prefer for first person nonfiction--I fear that a prospective reader might assume that my book is something it isn't. That is, a flat recitation of the past; a book not likely to hold one's interest. Having read a few memoirs since this one came out, and in fact having written and published what might be called its sequel ("Digging Deeper," A Memoir of the Seventies), I would point out that "I Think, Therefore Who Am I?" has all the elements--and the feel--of a novel: characters, plot, dialogue, and, if not exactly suspense, a sense of euphoria that gives way to dread as the protagonist moves toward what in retrospect is a logical conclusion. It also is written with an ironic "looking back at the past tone," and does not lack for humor. I should also point out that although I published this book myself, it was "discovered" last year by an Italian publisher and can be found in bookstores there under the title "Penso, dunque cho sono."