The Mind of a Mnemonist: A Little Book about a Vast Memory

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Harvard University Press, 1968 - 160 pages
The Mind of a Mnemonist is a rare phenomenon - a scientific study that transcends its data and, in the manner of the best fictional literature, fashions a portrait of an unforgettable human being."

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I got a hold of this book after reading that Oliver Sacks found it a great inspiration which started him writing his books. However I found much of it was very dry and did not interest me in the ... Read full review

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Wisdom. Kurzweil big thinkers.


His Memory
His World
His Mind

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A. R. Luria was Professor of Psychology at Lomonosov Moscow State University.

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