Yet another review of Musicophilia

Jessica Phillips-Silver reviews Oliver Sacks’ Musicophilia for Science (and has quite a few nice things to say about the book):

Musicophilia is not only another example of best-selling author Oliver Sacks’s repertoire of fascinating neurological anecdotes and skillful storytelling but also a poignant collection of evidence that music has a powerful influence on the human brain.

Last time, when I borrowed the book from the library, I could not finish reading it. I have brought the book home again today, and, probably this time, I will finish it (and write a note here about it).

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3 Responses to “Yet another review of Musicophilia

  1. Dorothy Stahlnecker Says:

    Don’t they say the road to you know what is paved with good intentions.. hah..have mine been altered… Thank you for the encouragement…at this juncture…it’s appreciated…

    My best,
    Dorothy from grammology
    remember to call gram

  2. gaddeswarup Says:

    Another review. I enjoyed this article.
    You might have already mentioned this.

  3. Guru Says:

    Dear Swarup,

    I do not remember reading/linking to the piece; thanks a lot!


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