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This leading edge study examines the position of reminiscence within the historical past of theatre and drama. Favorini analyzes problems with reminiscence in self-construction, collective memory, the conflict of reminiscence and heritage and even explores what the paintings of cognitive scientists can train us approximately mind functionality and our reaction to drama.

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