Literature and Cultural Memory
BRILL, Feb 28, 2017 - Literary Criticism - 432 pages
Cultural Memory, a subtle and comprehensive process of identity formation, promotion and transmission, is considered as a set of symbolic practices and protocols, with particular emphasis on repositories of memory and the institutionalized forms in which they are embodied.
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