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Thinking Aloud
Concepts of Self III: How the Self Is Portrayed in Literature, Story, Film, and Poetry
In part three of this series (dedicated to the premise that human beings are self-reflective creatures), Susan Howe and Brandie Siegfried, two scholars in the College of Humanities at BYU, discuss notions of the self gleaned from literary or artistic works. Few areas involving self-study are so ripe with fruit for the picking as the trees and orchards that grow out of the fertile ground of story.—Original airdate: 10/5/2006

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