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Optic Nerve

by Janet Sternburg

  • 295 Want to read
  • 26 Currently reading

Published by Red Hen Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Poetry,
  • Literature & Fiction / Poetry,
  • General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages72
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8892593M
    ISBN 101597090190
    ISBN 109781597090193
    OCLC/WorldCa62472142

    "In this delightful autofiction―the first book by Gainza, an Argentine art critic, to appear in English―a woman delivers pithy assessments of world-class painters along with glimpses of her life, braiding the two into an illuminating whole." ―The New York Times Book Review, Notable Book of the Year and Editors' ChoiceThe narrator of Optic Nerve is an Argentinian woman . The optic nerve is the second cranial nerve and is one of the more unusual cranial nerves as it develops from the diencephalon. It is a special sensory nerve responsible for vision. The information received from the external environment passes to the rods and cones on the retina, and then to bipolar cells, ganglion cells, and ultimately to the.

      With everything going on in the world I didn't think it appropriate to post an April's Fools Day video so here's a book review instead. Take care of each other. Buy OPTIC NERVE here: https://amzn.   Optic Nerve (Book): Gainza, María: "Whenever I'm in survival mode I find myself magnetised by museums and galleries, like people running for air raid shelters in wartime." The narrator of Optic Nerve is an Argentinian woman whose obsession is art. The story of her life is the story of the paintings, and painters, who matter to her. Her intimate, digressive voice .

    The optic nerve can be thought of as an outpouching of intact brain tissue with the intraorbital component being fully encapsulated by dura, arachnoid, and pia matter, allowing the optic nerve sheath to transmit cerebral spinal fluid and fluctuate in . This is the first practical reference book focusing only on common optic nerve disorders. The author discusses diagnosis, pathophysiology, management, and prognosis of complex optic nerve disorders. The book is organized by optic nerve diagnoses commonly encountered in a neuro-ophthalmologic practice.


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Praise for Optic Nerve. Optic Nerve book Finalist for the Los Angeles Times Art Seidenbaum Award for First Fiction The New York Times Book Review, 1 of the Notable Books of the Year Publishers Weekly, One of the Top Ten Books of the Year One of El País's Best Books of the 21st Century One of The Morning News Tournament of the Books Short List Picks Bustle, 1 of 5 Books by 4/5(4).

Optic Nerve is a tricky book to categorise. Comprised of personal reflections Optic Nerve book by an author-stand-in, its tempting to use the term autofiction. Comprised of personal reflections narrated by an author-stand-in, its tempting to use the term autofiction/5. Book Review: 'Optic Nerve,' By María Gainza María Gainza's protagonist — also named María — combines the her experiences of art with her personal experiences for an unpretentious.

• Optic Nerve by Maria Gainza is published by Harvill Secker (£). To order a copy for £ go to or call Free UK p&p over £15, online orders only.

A slight but crucial difference in María Gainza’s appealing and digressive “Optic Nerve” is that the narrator, named María, is, like Gainza, an Argentine art critic. Praise for Optic Nerve. Finalist for the Los Angeles Times Art Seidenbaum Award for First Fiction The New York Times Book Review, 1 of the Notable Books of the Year Publishers Weekly, One of the Top Ten Books of the Year One of El País's Best Books of the 21st Century One of The Morning News Tournament of the Books Short List Picks Bustle, 1 of 5 Books by /5(4).

Optic Nerve is her first work of fiction and her first book to be translated into English. Thomas Bunstead is a writer and translator based in East Sussex, England. He has translated some of the leading Spanish-language writers working today, including Eduardo Halfon, Yuri Herrera, Agustín Fernández Mallo, and Enrique : Catapult.

ADRIAN TOMINE was born in in Sacramento, California. He began self-publishing his comic book series Optic Nerve. His comics have been anthologized in publications such as McSweeneys, Best American Comics, and Best American Nonrequired Reading, and his graphic novel "Shortcomings" was a New York Times Notable Book of /5.

The book is composed of ep. Optic Nerve Maria Gainza, trans. from the Spanish by Thomas Bunstead. Catapult, $25 (p) ISBN Buy this book. Optic Nerve by Maria Gainza, trans. by Thomas Bunstead has an overall rating of Positive based on 9 book reviews.3/4(9).

The optic nerve is a primary reference for those ophthalmologists and researchers interested in its anatomy and physiology, in the most recent diagnostic techniques, as well as in the clinical management of optic nerve disorders.

The book provides a detailed description of the structure and functioning of the optic nerve and attempts at clarifying how anomalies in its development. Optic Nerve Polaris is a full service VSP and EyeMed provider conveniently located on the first floor of the beautiful Polaris Fashion Place Mall between Macy's and Saks.

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"In this delightful autofiction―the first book by Gainza, an Argentine art critic, to appear in English―a woman delivers pithy assessments of world-class painters along with glimpses of her life, braiding the two into an illuminating whole." ―The New York Times Book Review, Notable Book of the Year and Editors' ChoiceThe narrator of Optic Nerve is an.

Seductive and capricious, Optic Nerve marks the English-language debut of a major Argentinian writer. It is a book that captures, like no other, the mysterious connections between a work of art and the person who perceives it.4/5(2).

Paul Rea, in Clinical Anatomy of the Cranial Nerves, The optic nerve is the second cranial nerve and is one of the more unusual cranial nerves as it develops from the diencephalon. It is a special sensory nerve responsible for vision.

The information received from the external environment passes to the rods and cones on the retina, and then to bipolar cells, ganglion.

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The optic disk forms from the convergence of ganglion cell output fibres (called axons) as they pass out of the eye. When the nerve emerges from the back of.

The optic nerve is located in the back of the eye. It is also called the second cranial nerve or cranial nerve II. It is the second of several pairs of cranial nerves. Praise for Optic Nerve. Finalist for the Los Angeles Times Art Seidenbaum Award for First Fiction The New York Times Book Review, 1 of the Notable Books of the Year Publishers Weekly, One of the Top Ten Books of the Year One of El Pa�s's Best Books of the 21st Century One of The Morning News Tournament of the Books Short List Picks Bustle, 1 of 5.

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Besides damaging the vascular system of the retina, DM will also destruct the tissue surrounding the retina, including the optic nerve. DR impairs the optic nerve by damaging its conduction and integrity.

There are few clinical manifestations of optic nerve changes in DR Author: Andi Arus Victor.Optic Nerve (Spanish: El nervio óptico), her first foray into narrative, has been translated into ten languages. In she published The Black Light (Spanish: .