Because traumatic events are unbearable in their horror and intensity, they often exist as memories that are not immediately recognizable as truth. Title. Trauma: explorations in memory / edited with introductions by Cathy Caruth. Other Authors. Caruth, Cathy, Published. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins. Results 1 – 19 of 19 Trauma Explorations in Memory by Caruth, Cathy and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at.
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Cathy Caruth is associate professor of English at Yale University.
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Kelvin Grove Campus Library. Literature, according to Cathy Caruth and others, opens a window on traumatic experience trauuma it teaches readers to listen to what can be told only in indirect and surprising ways. Combining two highly-acclaimed special issues of American Imago edited by Caruth, this interdisciplinary collection of essays and interviews will be of interest to analysts and critics concerned with the notion of trauma and exploratoins problem of interpretation and, more generally, to those interested in current discussions of subjects such as child abuse, AIDS, and the effects of historical atrocities such as the Holocaust.
Trauma: Explorations in Memory
A kind of odd collection, felt pretty disconnected in parts, though maybe that’s because so much of the book was rooted in Holocaust studies with which I’m not hugely familiar. Shoshanna Felman’s essay was fascinating — if only because I’ve never seen anything like that happen before.
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Dawn rated it liked it Feb 20, Subjects Recollection Psychology Recovered memory.
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Trauma: Explorations in Memory by Cathy Caruth
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The Flexibility of Memory. I need a pdf of free ebook of this book,who have it? Books by Cathy Caruth. University of Technology Sydney.
Notes Includes bibliographical references. These 8 locations in New South Wales: Memkry at these bookshops Searching – please wait Such experiences are best understood not only through the straightforward acquisition of facts but through a process of discovering where and why conscious understanding and memory fail. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. But enjoyable and insightful as it was it didn’t make me go!!!!!
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Postdictatorial Latin American Fiction and the Task of Much of what she says is very incisive too. If you are interested in learning about trauma and its relevance to politics, literary studies, and language, this is a good book to begin with. Sociology, film, and political activism can also provide new ways me,ory thinking about and responding to the experience of trauma.