"digression reveals the writer in that it re-creates the imagination of the writer in the reader" (Sandra Schor). That.
— Rachel Genn (@RachelGenn) February 17, 2017
I liked this tweet because it speaks of a method of revealing something authentic about another person. This resonates with an ethnographic perspective as well and a phenomenological one. It also reminds me of my exploration of sense-making in my last mscde module: in that case it was ambiguity which acted as a catalyst for the ‘observer’ to uncover tacit knowledge held by the ‘observed’.