‘As with everything else the end eventually comes …’ Or, how prose might work to capture a sensation of the past
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This thesis is a hybrid work combining a creative artefact and exegesis. It is a family memoir which addresses how a sensation of the past might be evoked, with a focus on the prose of Virginia Woolf, W.G. Sebald, and Marcel Proust. The research uses objects from the past to describe the seamlessness of memory and perception, and describes a way in which the past’s vitality might be represented on the page.
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