Outward Evil Inward Battle. Human Memory In Literature

June 24, 2013|
Outward Evil Inward Battle. Human Memory In Literature by Bill F. NDI
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This book is a timely humanistic touch to memory studies. It uses literature as a laboratory for the workings of the mind, and characters as the subjects of human experimentation and diagnostics. This book considers authors from different societies and historical periods. The book is a refreshing illumination on the functioning of human memory. It complements the work of neuroscientists who seek to rationalize the workings of the same. Drawing from various ideas on memory, this rich and authoritative volume results from wide-ranging endeavors centered on the common fact that tracking memory in literature provides an astounding vista of orientations covered in its separate chapters. The writers examined in the various chapters become mediums for unleashing memory and its reconfiguration into artistic images. The ten separate chapters investigate different aspects of memory in such memoric associations as power, music, resistance, trauma, and identity. It is therefore no surprise that the editors should consider this book as "a veritable menu for everything needed for an unforgettable memory banquet."
Title:Outward Evil Inward Battle. Human Memory In Literature
Format:Paperback
Product dimensions:242 pages, 9 X 6 X 0.55 in
Shipping dimensions:242 pages, 9 X 6 X 0.55 in
Published:June 24, 2013
Publisher:African Books Collective
Language:English
Appropriate for ages:All ages
ISBN - 13:9789956790166

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