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Ible In her wide ranging discussion Caruth engages Freud's theory of trauma as outlined in Moses and Monotheism and Beyond the Pleasure Principle; the notion of reference and the figure of the falling body in de Man Kleist and Kant; the narratives of personal catastrophe in Hiroshima mon amour; and the traumatic address in Lecompte's reinterpretation of Freud's narrative of the dream of the burning chi I was happy to meet Cathy in person I have heard her brilliant lecture Human Rights Literature and Trauma she felt a great passion for what she was doing That was when I decided to read this book and I was not disappointed Trauma has two sides inescapability and survival that is the key to the understanding of this great bookI like Cathy s analysis of Freud s works and Hiroshima mon amour film Especially when I watched the film after reading I noticed their laughter at the beginning This reminded me of the old line from The way we were What s too painful to remember we simply choose to forgetI recommend this one for everybody who loves reading and analyze

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Unclaimed Experience Trauma Narrative and History

If Freud turns to literature to describe traumatic experience it is because literature like psychoanalysis is interested in the complex relation between knowing and not knowing and it is at this specific point at which knowing and not knowing intersect that the psychoanalytic theory of traumatic experience and the language of literature meet from the IntroductionIn Unclaimed Experience Cathy Caruth pro This book is very helpful for my understanding of the effect of trauma and PTSD on the victims of the Vietnam War It is an essential book for my PhD research

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Poses that in the widespread and bewildering experience of trauma in our century both in its occurrence and in our attempt to understand it we can recognize the possibility of a history no longer based on simple models of straightforward experience and reference Through the notion of trauma she contends we come to a new understanding that permits history to arise where immediate understanding is imposs This was a difficult read The book tries to connect the theories of trauma from various schools of thought Heavily drawing from Freud this book can be understood only if one has some knowledge on Freud Lacan and the Poststructuralists No wonder I found this a bit daunting The writing was complex and circuitous After days of reading this book I felt that the essence of the entire book could ve been presented in just a couple of paragraphs Maybe it was a point that Caruth was trying to make of the repetitive nature of traumatic thinking I think I would ve appreciated this book if I was a bit sound in lit theory


10 thoughts on “Unclaimed Experience Trauma Narrative and History

  1. says:

    Much of the book had little relevance to my work with trauma narratives howeever it is essential I read Caruths work I enjoyed it for the most part but have to admit to skimming most of the last chapter on Lacan Freud and memory due

  2. says:

    This is the single most important book on Trauma Memory and History It is one of the main texts for my Phd dissertation and I can't recommend it enough to people who are interested in research areas relating to Trauma

  3. says:

    This book is very helpful for my understanding of the effect of trauma and PTSD on the victims of the Vietnam War

  4. says:

    I read Cathy Caruth’s book Unclaimed Experience Trauma Narrative and History for a research project I’m working on The author is well known for her work on trauma theoryAccording to Caruth “the term trauma is understood as a wound inflicted not upon the body but upon the mind” 3 “In its most general definition

  5. says:

    Interesting analysis of the idea of trauma as represented throughout history and narrative The author's writing sometimes is a bit too repetitive it almost seems like the book is a collection of articles published separately But over all it is a great philosophical and theoretical workRead Spring 2017 MLL 621

  6. says:

    This was a difficult read The book tries to connect the theories of trauma from various schools of thought Heavily drawing from Freud

  7. says:

    While helpful in understanding Freudian and Lacanian ideas about trauma Caruth’s book is ultimately ridden with theoretical gaps and leaps that take for granted the experiences of trauma victims Additionally Caruth blatant

  8. says:

    Okay let's be real anything that draws heavily on Lacan and Freud is going to be an instant dislike for me because I just don't buy much of their analysis This text works with Freud's observation of the fort da game in his grandchild which apparently without any actual science he interprets to represent grappling with the absence of the maternal figure I used to think that psychoanalysis was at least maybe partially scientific b

  9. says:

    I was happy to meet Cathy in person I have heard her brilliant lecture “Human Rights Literature and Trauma” she felt a great passion for what she was doing That was when I decided to read this book and I was not disappointed Trauma has t

  10. says:

    This was really just okay but I'm giving the third star out of the benefit of the doubt that Caruth's work reflects what she wanted to do and that just because it wasn't a book that I found interesting or particularly useful doesn't m

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