Jan 28, 2002

"Synesthesia, the phenomenon whereby one sense is stimulated and another also responds i.e., when words have colors or tastes have shapes is not newly discovered (Rimbaud, Liszt and Nabokov were famously synesthetic), but the condition has hardly been discussed, much less systematically researched." That's why I put a link to Blue Cats and Chartreuse Kittens: How Synesthetes Color Their Worlds above. Buy the book! It's weird stuff.

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