The Brain: A Nonfiction Mystery features articles and essays about the human brain and what happens when it is damaged. From drugs to memory loss in the form of a disease called AAMI, to epilepsy in cats, The Brain: A Nonfiction Mystery examines how we all think and live.
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What is Creative Nonfiction?
Dramatic, true stories using scenes, dialouge, detailed description and other techniques usually employed by poets and fiction writers about important subjects - from politics, to economics, to sports, to the arts and sciences, to racial relations and family relations.
Creative Nonfiction heightens the whole concept and idea of essay writing. It allows a writer to employ the diligence of a reporter, the shifting viewpoints of a novelist, the refined wordplay of a poet and the analytical modes of the essayist. Good creative nonfiction has meaning beyond the experiences related by writers. It has a universal chord.
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Book Description Creative Nonfiction Foundation, 1999. Single Issue Magazine. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111928645011