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Different trains: an essay in memorialising

Stephen Frosh;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2017
  • Publisher: Springer International Publishing
  • Country: United Kingdom
A central question that this book has worked on is that of what it might mean to remember something one was not part of, to memorialise an event or experience that happened to others with whom one might not be linked through ties of family or friendship – or even not linked in any ‘objective’ way, but simply through an act of imaginative identification. Mostly, the previous chapters have taken this up in its ‘negative’ forms, either (as in the second generation experience) in relation to the difficulty of separating oneself from an overwhelmingly traumatic transgenerational heritage, or because of the disturbing effect of the sense of a felt culpability for some...
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