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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She succeeds in providing her readership with a complete and meticulous account on the theoretical, though practical at times, development of the traumatic experience in an attempt to articulate the voice of silenced witnesses and lost claims.
Related resource Contributor biographical information at http: I think these feelings are not specifically limited to the holocaust trauma and it is good to read different views on trauma and its effects even though it’s not directly related to certain sorts of trauma.
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Ana rated it liked it Jul 09, Thanks for telling us about the problem. Combining two highly-acclaimed special trxuma of American Explorayions 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 the 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.
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A must-read as an introduction to the notions co I picked this work as part of the bibliography I am using for my M.
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Trauma: Explorations in Memory
Cathy Caruth is associate professor of English at Yale University. 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.
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Trauma: Explorations in Memory by Cathy Caruth
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Open to the public ; Literature, according to Exploratiojs Caruth and others, opens a window on traumatic experience because it teaches readers to listen to what can be told only in indirect and surprising ways. La Trobe University Library. Kurt rated it really liked it Sep 10, Literature, according to Cathy Caruth and others, opens a window on traumatic experience because it teaches readers to listen to what can be varuth only in indirect and surprising ways.
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