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A fugue is commonly described as a composition in counterpoint, more a procedure than a musical form in which different parts, or voices enter successively in imitation of a generating theme, as if in pursuit of each other. The term fugue is derived from fuga, the latin word for ‘flight’.
A dissociative fugue or ‘fuguestate’ is a sudden, unplanned excursion away from ones planned itinerary accompanied by either memory loss or confusion. This can result in an assumption of a new identity. It can also be considered a disturbed state of consciousness in which the person affected seems to perform acts in full awareness but upon recovery cannot recollect what it was they did.
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