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The Lives of Ghosts and Other Shades of Memory

by Loren W. Cooper

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Published by Silver Lake Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fantasy - Short Stories (Single Author),
  • Fiction - Fantasy

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages132
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8801828M
    ISBN 10193109537X
    ISBN 109781931095372

    In the short stories of the book Women and Ghosts by Alison Lurie, ghosts can be projections of people still alive, ex-employers seeking for a Revenge, a strange chest of drawers, a jealous dead lover, an incarnation of Laksmi, fat people who seem to be supernatural apparitions, the ghost of a little girl, or even an Evil Twin. In folklore, a ghost (sometimes known as an apparition, haunt, phantom, poltergeist, shade, specter or spectre, spirit, spook, and wraith) is the soul or spirit of a dead person or animal that can appear to the living.

    A READER'S JOURNAL. Memory's Ghost by Philip J. Hilts The Nature of Memory and the Strange Tale of Mr. M. Published by Simon & Schuster in A Book Review by Bobby Matherne ©   Jean Rhys’s Voyage in the Dark shares with James a deep, abiding interest in hauntings and a belief in in the Dark isn’t a traditional ghost story, but like many of Rhys’s novels, it is a novel of displacement and alienation at the heart of which is an anguished homesickness, which becomes a sensibility is that of Anna Morgan, the year Author: Maud Casey.

    A real-life example of misidentification based on familiarity is the case of Donald Thompson, a memory researcher who was talking about memory errors on a TV program at exactly the time that a woman was attacked in her home. Miles of the American landscape, be they farmland, town, or city streets, turned barren from the cruel caress of artillery shell, of bloodshed, of being set ablaze by the victors. The wounds scarred over, became resentment and monument. And became ghosts that lurked at the fringes of memory and memorial.


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An Eppie finalist, THE LIVES OF GHOSTS AND OTHER SHADES OF MEMORY by Loren Cooper is a haunting reminder that ghosts aren't the only things that trouble us.

Blurring the lines between the genres of fantasy and science fiction, and likewise the lines between good and evil, THE LIVES OF GHOSTS AND OTHER SHADES OF MEMORY offers sweeping philosophical 5/5(2).

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Blurring the lines between the genres of fantasy and science fiction, and likewise the lines between good and evil, THE LIVES OF GHOSTS AND OTHER SHADES OF MEMORY offers sweeping philosophical 5/5.

It is buried in the unconscious. We know that life fades into death but, in what degree, does life re-live itself as it dreams of dying. In "The Ghost of Memory", the internationally acclaimed novelist, Wilson Harris, poses these and other questions in a chameleon fiction that explores the blurred boundaries between our waking and dream lives.5/5(1).

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As Victoria Schwab. The Archived series. Everyday Angel : July 7, Remembering deceased loved ones through a life chronicle book generally follows the chronological events of a person's life.

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In this post I will attempt to define my current understanding of the ghost, the shade and the spirit. Before I begin to do that let me say that although both Kal and I have read considerable amounts on these subjects, and though we are energetically-aware, the world of ghosts, shades and spirits has been a topic that we have stayed well away from.

“This book is complex yet very entertaining, as Storm Constantine provides incredible insight into her world. The story line is exciting with several subplots simultaneously moving forward adding to the feel of an upcoming calamity.” —Book Bytes on The Shades of Time and Memory.

In literature and poetry, a shade (translating Greek σκιά, Latin umbra) is the spirit or ghost of a dead person, residing in the underworld.

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It's a wonderful group of stories that prove fiction. Shades of those who have gone before us. Ghosts and demons, inside us and outside, Hear us. Response: We cast you out. We drive you before us. Call: Begone from house and hearth, Begone from mind and heart, Begone from roost and stall, Begone from field and garden, Begone from path and road, Begone from all places Where you might harry us.

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