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James Booth (2006), in an exploration of the relationship between memory and identity, reminds us that "memory is essential to the coherence and enduringness of the community (or person), to its boundaries and persistence, in short, to its identity" (p.
"Thus the reality and the enduringness of a construction are assured not only by the trasformation of profane space into transcendent space (center) but also by the transformation of concrete time into mythical time.
His `immortal soul' in Odes 3.30, an ode on the enduringness of Horace's poetry, is an exception; almost entirely throughout his translation, Smart suspends the Christian hope for salvation after death.