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" Trauma is not locatable in the simple violent or original event in an individual's past, but rather in the way its very unassimilated nature — the way it was precisely not known in the first instance — returns to haunt the survivor later on. "
Cultural Trauma and Collective Identity - Page 5
by Jeffrey C. Alexander, Ron Eyerman, Bernard Giesen, Neil J. Smelser, Piotr Sztompka - 2004 - 304 pages
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Blind Memory: Visual Representations of Slavery in England and America, 1780 ...

Marcus Wood - Art, American - 2000 - 341 pages
...locatable in the simple violent or original event in an individual's past, but rather in the way that its very unassimilated nature, the way it was precisely...instance - returns to haunt the survivor later on'. is Yet for Stedman's slaves the move from bodily wound to mental wound is not admitted - it is short-circuited...
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Trauma: A Genealogy

Ruth Leys - Psychology - 2000 - 318 pages
...locatable in the simple violent or original event in an individual's past, but rather in the way that its very unassimilated nature — the way it was precisely...instance — returns to haunt the survivor later on" (UE, 4). The claim that Tancred had neither knowledge nor consciousness of the "traumatic event" is...
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Amnesiac Selves: Nostalgia, Forgetting, and British Fiction, 1810-1870

Nicholas Dames - Literary Criticism - 2001 - 312 pages
...locatable in the simple violent or original event in an individual's past, but rather in the way that its very unassimilated nature — the way it was precisely...— returns to haunt the survivor later on." When the past is mystified by trauma, categories become inoperable; the mind cannot categorize what cannot...
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The Cultural Psychology of Self: Place, Morality, and Art in Human Worlds

Ciarán Benson - Philosophy - 2001 - 263 pages
...locatable in the simple violent or original event in an individual's past, but rather in the way that its very unassimilated nature — the way it was precisely...instance — returns to haunt the survivor later on.' The ignorance that defines trauma is the ignorance of its victim. The subsequent pain of self-blame...
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The Freedom to Remember: Narrative, Slavery, and Gender in Contemporary ...

Angelyn Mitchell - Literary Criticism - 2002 - 179 pages
...in an individual's past, but rather in the way that its very unassimilated nature — the way it is precisely not known in the first instance — returns to haunt the survivor later on" (4; emphasis in original). One could argue that slavery's "unassimilated" nature — the fact that...
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The American Child: A Cultural Studies Reader

Caroline Field Levander, Carol J. Singley - Literary Criticism - 2003 - 318 pages
...locatable in the simple violent or original event in an individual's past, but rather in the way that its very unassimilated nature — the way it was precisely...instance — returns to haunt the survivor later on" (4; emphasis in the original), indicates that the words pass on, rather than represent, the child's...
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Trauma at Home: After 9/11

Judith Greenberg - Psychology - 2003 - 227 pages
...experience remain missing. Cathy Caruth emphasi2es the absent and all too present nature of trauma: "its very unassimilated nature — the way it was precisely not known in the first instance — rerurns to haunt the survivor later on."1 According to such an understanding, trauma is tied to...
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The Cambridge History of Twentieth-Century English Literature, Volume 1

Laura Marcus, Professor of English Literature Laura Marcus, Peter Nicholls - Literary Criticism - 2004 - 886 pages
...locatable in the simple violent or original event in the individual's past, but rather in the way that its very unassimilated nature - the way it was precisely...first instance returns to haunt the survivor later on'.26 Traumatic experience is thus defined by its deferral or delay. It is the mind's attempt, Freud...
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Flashback Through the Heart: The Poetry of Yusef Komunyakaa

Angela M. Salas - Literary Criticism - 2004 - 178 pages
...in an individual's past, but rather in the way that its very unassimilated nature — the way it is precisely not known in the first instance — returns to haunt the survivor later on."21 Indeed, something as innocuous as a fleeting image in a movie can trip memories after a wounding...
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Romantic Moods: Paranoia, Trauma, and Melancholy, 1790–1840

Thomas Pfau - Literary Criticism - 2005 - 572 pages
...locatable in the simple violent or original event in an individual's past, but rather in the way that its very unassimilated nature — the way it was precisely...instance — returns to haunt the survivor later on" (Caruth 1996, 4). This initial characterization of the concept also hints at a deeper connection between...
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