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An Artful Discussion About 'The Art of Death'

Edwidge Danticat examines ways we leave the world as seen through her life and the narratives of other great writers.

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The Shaking Woman or A History of My Nerves by Siri Hustvedt

Hustvedt's book raises the timeless, ultimately unanswerable question of what it means to be an embodied self in the world.

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20 Questions: Thomas Dolby

Thomas Dolby's electronic impulses are fed by neurological brainstorms generated by the likes of Oliver Sacks and the artists and scientists of TED. PopMatters' 20 Questions gets a zap from Dolby's electrifying fingertips.

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Musicophilia: Tales of Music and the Brain by Oliver Sacks

Music is grace and joy and not easily subjected to cold clinical analysis, not even when the writer is someone as gifted as Oliver Sacks.

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