Citing examples from After the Fact,(James West Davidson and Mark Hamilton Lytle. After the Fact:The Art of Historical Detection. Vol. 11 5th ed. McGraw-Hill.) discuss some of the problems with the reconstruction of historical events. Is it ever possible to know the â€œtruthâ€ about a historical event? To what extent can we reliably reconstruct the motives and experiences of the people who participate in those events? How are these issues reflected in the writings of Sacks? (Sacks, Oliver. An Anthropologist on Mars: THE SEVEN PARADOXICAL TALES)NO REFERENCES NEEDED!