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What Novels Can Tell Us About Memory

We are all novelists when we are remembering. We start off with some sensory impressions of an event, along with factual knowledge about who we were then and what was going on for us....
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PoemHunter.com • 30 weeks ago

What Novels Can Tell Us About Memory

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