Synaesthesia in fiction

@article{Duffy2010SynaesthesiaIF,
  title={Synaesthesia in fiction},
  author={Patricia L. Duffy and Julia Simner},
  journal={Cortex},
  year={2010},
  volume={46},
  pages={277-278}
}
Protagonists in novels are often given attributes that their creators hope might make them more memorable. Some authors have provided their protagonists with synaesthesia, an unusual familialconditionthatgivesrise toamergingofsensory and/or cognitive functions. (Grapheme-colour synaesthetes, for example, experience colours from reading or speech, while lexical-gustatory synaesthetes experience tastes in the mouth.) Public unfamiliarity with synaesthesia during the last century meant that most… Expand
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