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Going for Ice Cream

One last story—this one about a daughter and her demented mother.

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What is the future of our past?

What is the future of our past? What will happen to us if we manipulate memory? What does all this have to do with the artist?

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The ways a writer – or at least this one – remembers

In her latest post, Ronni Bennett at Time Goes By cites the latest studies showing that the brain doesn’t necessarily deteriorate as we grow older. Over the last decade, there’s been increasing evidence that it’s not so much that we

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“And now in age I bud again!”

Are the aging freaks of modern medicine, destined to live many fewer years than they do?

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Is forgetfulness good for art?

How important is forgetfulness? Might it be as important as memory to art?

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More about memory

As we grow older, we grow richer in memories. We have more to plumb and to create.

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Memories

Memory is essential and a puzzle, and its decline a source of merriment to people, including the old themselves.

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