Join us this Sunday at 6p for a discussion of the first 10 "tales of the afterlife" (most vignettes are 2 page long) -- out of SUM: FORTY TALES FROM THE AFTERLIVES, by neuro-scientist David Eagleman (2009).
See first 2 paragraphs of first tale below.
You can go online and download the whole book at http://www.ulozto.net/xof1Gaz/eagleman-david-sum-forty-tales-from-the-afterlives-pdf (select the limited download. It's safe!) Just remember we only discuss the first 10 tales -- up to/including "Spirals".
It's OK if you show up unprepared. I will have a few xerox copies for us. We can even read a few together.
For more info, contact Guy Henoumont at [masked] or at [masked]
SUM: (first paragraphs)
"In the afterlife you relive all your experiences, but this time with the events reshuffled into a new order: all the moments that share a quality are grouped together.
"You spend two months driving the street in front of your house, seven months having sex. You sleep for thirty years without opening your eyes. For five months straight you flip through magazines while sitting on a toilet. [...]"