Posts Tagged: alzheimer
The literature of Alzheimer’s is a cavern unexplored, but Stefan Merrill Block does his best for the New Yorker:
Nearly every novel I’ve read that attempts to depict the internal experience of Alzheimer’s also attempts to fit the disease’s retrogenic symptoms to one sort of sentimental trope: a reckoning with a repressed or unacknowledged truth that must come before acceptance is possible.
Tomorrow, we’ve been told, will be another day as well.
Richard Nixon as art critic.
Christophe Gilbert’s photo-manipulations are pretty rad indeed.
Can doctors use your eyes to determine if you have Alzheimer’s? (spoiler alert: maybe!)...more