“Nostalgia” in the news
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· This cellist is spending quarantine recording delightful retro multitracks →
She does plan, however, to give the people what they want: nostalgia.
· Covid-19 has rocked women's sport but its future remains bright →
The images come from a different time and place: before the sporting world became submerged in sepia and nostalgia, before the great stasis began.
· The true story of Queen Victoria’s friendship with Abdul Karim →
Whatever is being shown on screen actually happened — it’s not some cooked-up ‘jewel in the crown’ Raj nostalgia story.
· 'I wanted to be a part of Buenos Aires – and Borges was my guide' →
This has inevitably made my nostalgia layered, but more than anything I miss walking, roaming the Argentinian capital.
· The unexpected joy of not knowing when your package will be delivered →
It's like nostalgia for the radio, when you had to catch your favorite song by chance instead of always having it immediately available on your iPod or smartphone.
· Barton Gellman: ‘The Assange precedent is dangerous’ →
I’d also like to put a word in for Any Human Heart by William Boyd, a modern classic that I discovered only recently.What book might people be surprised to see on your bookshelves?I’m a great fan of detective fiction and speculative fiction, so I recently made my way through a nostalgia tour of Rex Stout and his Nero Wolfe mysteries.
· Don’t take liberties with Francis Lee's director’s cut →
I feel as if I’m looking into a kaleidoscope of breathy nostalgia and lengthy arguments about, well, something?
· Escaping lockdown into a world of video games is nothing to feel guilty about →
The first weeks were a blend of ironic detachment and oppressive nostalgia.
The Japan Times
· Fifty years of Doraemon, and still there are lessons to be learned →
A large part of the appeal is the nostalgia — or, for many of us, the history lesson.
· Euro 96 Relived: like experiencing a painful summer crush all over again →
But Euro 96 Relived also taps into a curious strand of nostalgia that I don’t think has ever been engineered before: somewhere between deja vu and real time, the ability to go through the blow-by-blow motions of reliving a long-lost memory without fully experiencing it again.