July 23, 2004
The Tease of MemoryPsychologists are dusting off 19th-century explanations of déjà vu. Have we been here before?
Additional information: Three modern attempts to explain déjà vuBy DAVID GLENN
In the summer of 1856, Nathaniel Hawthorne visited a decaying English manor house known as Stanton Harcourt, not far from Oxford. He was struck by the vast kitchen, which occupied the bottom of a 70-foot tower. "Here, no doubt, they were accustomed to roast oxen whole, with as
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