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History vs Memory - Thesis with Related Texts (Speech)

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A spoken thesis on the roles of History and Memory as depicted by the book "The Fiftieth Gate" and the film "Schindler's List", along with related texts.

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History and memory are intrinsically linked in the fact that history validates memory, while memory adds depth to history. Both these entities make up the human person at any one point in time, as a snapshot of any person will show only a sum of their thoughts (memories) and experiences (history). Both the texts “The Fiftieth Gate” and “Schindler’s List” are successful in combining History and Memory to communicate knowledge and understanding to their audiences by providing new perspectives on the Holocaust and it’s victims, albeit the fiftieth gate focuses on the ...
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