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    y separately published work icon The Lifted Brow no. 39 September 2018 14357160 2018 periodical issue

    'A memory isn’t a stable artefact, it’s an experience carved from a sea of empirical data to try and prove a rule: if x, then y, because z, and z, and z. We maintain these moments tangentially, relationally, “As long as... not as possible, but as is willed by interested parties.”

    'Learning to tell the stories that serve us best necessitates the loss of stories we told before; this negotiation is inherent to narrative. Our brains respond to new data, reconfigure the hierarchy of information, reconstruct the narrative, and move on. A narrative demands that we don’t keep everything.' (Jini Maxwell Editorial introduction)

    pg. 109-111
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