@GibtsDochGarNicht Thanks for the reference to Yates as well as circling back around with a longer quote. I gave up on Yates in chapter 6 as I felt she had a strong grasp on the historical aspect, but didn’t seem to actually grok the actual aspects and applications of memory she was writing about. From her writing, I always felt like she never tried any of the methods directly. This always made it seem so bloodless.

I’ve been meaning to come back to her work and finish it out, but have been distracted by the texts by Mary Carruthers and @LynneKelly lately.

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