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Bodies in the Bog and the Archaeological Imagination

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And twentieth centuries Sanders shows these eerily preserved remains came alive in art and science as material metaphors for such concepts as trauma nostalgia and identity Sigmund Freud Joseph Beuys Seamus Heaney and other major figures have used them to reconsider fundamental philosophical literary aesthetic and scientific concerns Exploring this intellectual spectrum Sanders contends that the power of bog bodies to provoke suc. I only read 4 cha Dahlia Black: A Novel used them to reconsider fundamental philosophical literary aesthetic and scientific concerns Exploring this intellectual spectrum Sanders contends that the power of bog bodies to provoke suc. I only read 4 cha

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Over the past few centuries northern Europe’s bogs have yielded mummified men women and children who were deposited there as sacrifices in the early Iron Age and kept startlingly intact by the chemical properties of peat In this remarkable account of their modern afterlives Karin Sanders argues that the discovery of bog bodies began an extraordinary and ongoing cultural journey            Throughout the nineteenth. I'm progressively

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H a wide range of responses is rooted in their uniue status as both archeological artifacts and human beings They emerge as corporeal time capsules that transcend archaeology to challenge our assumptions about what we can know about the past By restoring them to the roster of cultural phenomena that force us to confront our ethical and aesthetic boundaries Bodies in the Bog excavates anew the uestion of what it means to be human. Currently reading