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How to Learn and Memorize Poetry … Using a Memory Palace Specifically Designed for Memorizing Poetry

If you've ever desperately wanted to memorize poetry but absolutely hate the slings and arrows, the sound and the fury of repeating the same lines hundreds of times until they've become more annoying than beautiful … then this may be the most important book you will ever re
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Kindle Edition, 79 pages
Published December 10th 2013 by Advanced Education Methodologies (AEM)
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This really is a brilliant book. It stands on its own explaining how to memorize piety. The caution is if you plan to buy more than one of Dr. Metivier's books to select them so that you aren't paying for the same material over and over again. The books do cover different subjects and strategies. I strongly urge people to read multiple of his books. However, to be satisfied the reader can't blindly get them all without duplicating material. But he or she can get more of the writings without disa ...more
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Anthony Metivier is a Canadian author and Memory trainer. His approach to mnemonics, known as the Magnetic Memory Method, has introduced several new innovations to the art of memory. Influenced by memory skills innovators like Harry Lorayne and Tony Buzan, Metivier is a promoter of mental literacy.

Born in Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Metivier grew up in Kamloops. He completed first a BA and MA i
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