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Dr Alistair Brown | Associate lecturer in English Literature; researching video games and literature

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Through exploring the psychopathology of Capgras syndrome, in which a patient mistakes a loved one for an imposter, The Echo Maker offers a sustained meditation on the ways in which we project our own problems onto other people. As a reflection on the mysteries of consciousness, the novel offers some interesting if not especially new insights into the fuzzy boundaries between scientific and literary interpretations of the mind. Read more

Review of Seeing Galileo, by Jason Lee

Saturday, December 18, 2010

Now up on The Pequod is a long review of a book of contemporary poetry, Jason Lee's Seeing Galileo. This is a provocative and complex book that combines essays, poetry, photography and drama. Although not a poetry of simple, affective feeling, it intellectually examines the relationship between traditional (religious or literary) and modern (scientific or photographic) ways of looking at the human world.

Seeing Galileo is published by Gylphi, a specialist arts and humanities publisher. The discount code GALILEO2010 will entitle readers to a discount of 10% when you order your copy of Seeing Galileo online from http://www.gylphi.co.uk/galileo before 31 December 2010.

The full review is available here: Review of Jason Lee, Seeing Galileo

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