Appendix Project: Talks and Essays by Kate ZambrenoOn the ongoing project of writing about grief; Zambrenos addendum to Book of Mutter.
‘I came up with the idea of writing these notes, or talks, out of a primary desire to not read from Book of Mutter, and instead to keep gesturing to its incompleteness and ongoingness, which connects, for me, to the fragmentary project of literature, and what I long for in writing.’
?from Appendix Project
Beginning on March 16, 2017, the fifteenth anniversary of her mothers death, Kate Zambreno gave a series of talks on and around the material in her Book of Mutter, which had just been published. Book of Mutter, a tender, disquieting meditation on the capacity of writing, photography, and memory to embrace the shadows while in the throes of grief, was composed over thirteen years. Many things Zambreno explored in the process of writing that book were left out. In Appendix Project, which was written much faster, during the first year of her daughters life and in a state of exhausted “aphasic openness,” she picks up these threads.
Everything, in this state, is at once blurred and frozen in time. Its no coincidence that Appendix Project begins with a brilliant consideration of On Kawaras Today Series of 3,000 paintings that bear only the date. Investigating the ongoing project of writing about grief, Zambreno considers the nature of time, memory, the maternal, and death over the course of her daily life, and through her readings of other writers and artists. In Appendix Project, she comes close to the heart of writing itself.
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An appendix contains supplementary material that is not an essential part of the text itself but which may be helpful in providing a more comprehensive understanding of the research problem or it is information that is too cumbersome to be included in the body of the paper. A separate appendix should be used for each distinct topic or set of data and always have a title descriptive of its contents. Tables, Appendices, Footnotes and Endnotes. Purdue University. Appendices are always supplementary to the research paper. As such, your study must be able to stand alone without the appendices, and the paper must contain all information including tables, diagrams, and results necessary to understand the research problem.
The word appendix comes from the Latin "appendere," meaning "hang upon. It typically includes data and supporting documents the writer has used to develop the written work. Because of its supplementary nature, it's important that material in an appendix not be left to speak for itself. An appendix is an ideal place to include information and other data that are simply too long or detailed to incorporate into the main body text. If these materials were used in the work's development, readers may want to reference them to double-check or locate additional information. Including the materials in an appendix is often the most organized way to make them available.
This is where you will need to use an appendix. So how to make an appendix? Before we go through the steps of making an appendix, it is essential that we understand its meaning. Sometimes, its placement is suggested by the teacher or professor when you are writing an assignment for your school. It is used to provide your readers the additional insights on the topic being discussed in that document. Because it contains the extra information, it may not be useful to the entire audience or the time and space may not allow you to include in the main body.