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eBook Writing Wounds: The Inscription of Trauma in Post-1968 French Women's Life-Writing (Genus 4) (Genus: Gender in Modern Culture) download ISBN: 9042019212
Author: Kathryn Robson
Publisher: Rodopi (July 2004)
Language: English
Pages: 197
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This book has a double aim: to offer new readings of texts by modern French women writers and to rethink the crucial question of how narratives of trauma are to be read. Writing Wounds: The Inscription of Trauma in Post-1968 French Women's Life-Writing (Genus 4). 9042019212 (ISBN13: 9789042019218).

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Home Browse Books Book details, Writing Wounds: The Inscription of Trauma i. .Writing Wounds: The Inscription of Trauma in Post-1968 French Women's Life-Writing. Wounds rethinks the relation between trauma memory and narrative through readings of key fictional, autobiographical and "autofictional" texts by recent French women writers. The Oxford English Dictionary gives a double definition of trauma: a wound or external bodily injury and a psychic injury, esp. one caused by emotional shock the memory of which is repressed and remains unhealed.

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That by continuing to write wounds, unreliable life-writing narrators remain . Robson, Kathryn, 2004. Writing Wounds: The Inscription of Trauma in Post-1968 French Women’s Life-Writing.

That by continuing to write wounds, unreliable life-writing narrators remain open to multiplicity, to the complex state of being not-healed, changed and changeable, inside-out and outside-in, and I posit that writing wounds is writing a Derridean hymenography, which has the ability to celebrate and commemorate the between-space that is both the wound, and the story of the wound. Blood and Guts in High School Plus Two. London: Pan Books Lt. oogle Scholar.

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Writing Wounds: The Inscription of Trauma in Post-1968 French Women’s Life-Writing. This book weaves together three themes at the intersection of Jacques Lacan and the philosophical tradition. The first is the question of time and memory. How do these problems call for a revision of Lacan's purported ahistoricism,and how does the temporality of the subject in Lacan intersect with the questions of temporality initiated by Heidegger and then developed by contemporary French philosophy?

Writing Wounds: The Inscription of Trauma in Post-1968 French Women's Life. Leigh Gilmore is Visiting Professor in the Department of Gender and Women's Studies at University of California-Berkeley.

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Wounds rethinks the relation between trauma memory and narrative through readings of key fictional, autobiographical and "autofictional" texts by recent French women writers.