Early memories which can be collected are just that--memories as the rememberer
Central to this technique are the following considerations: firstly, that the technique is clearly a learned method, a way of training one's memory through exercise; secondly, that the choice of background, usually a building or room, is fundamental; and thirdly, that the rememberer
should proceed around his building or room following the same route or order of recall each time.
since both are restored or made more "whoie" by the encounter it would seem that these two rememberers
are the real protagonists of these novels.
in the ongoing war between rememberers
For many, these tributes have helped establish an extended family and community of rememberers
That fullness of representation is offered as the sound of memory when the facts recalled are without emotional significance for the rememberers
As one of the great rememberers
and travellers he had lots to tell.
The Midewiwin is the Grand Medicine Lodge of the Chippewa, a secret religious order in which, as Vennum stated, those that reached the highest level of the Lodge served as "designated rememberers
The memories are limited, since a number of the rememberers
have to preface their insights with disclaimers like "I had a single conversation with her," or "I took her to lunch once.
And the new repertoire features classics such as The Importance of Being Earnest, the musical The Wiz and new drama including an adaptation of Keith Gray's best-seller Ostrich Boys and the Rememberers
, based on a grapic novel.
Compared with the run-of-the-mill rememberers
, exceptional memorizers displayed greater activity in three brain areas linked to spatial memory and navigation.
Without Jewish mourners and rememberers
, the cemetery in its ruination is an indescribably alien presence, a rock-strewn outcropping memorializing only indifference, horror and moral failure.