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Santanu Das. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, He proceeds to give a moving account of the centrality of touch during the First World War, and the fraught and potent language soldiers and nurses found to give voice to their experiences. Das contributes to two different critical trends: the first, a developing interest in the phenomenology of the senses, and the second, the project, which has been going on for over twenty years, of the recovery and inclusion of lesser-known participants—nurses, privates, forgotten soldiers—in the First World War. Alhough Das's book contains previously unknown letters and diaries, his focus is less on the retrieval of lost material than the recuperation of a lost tactile experience.
In the development of psychoanalysis in the s, notably in studies by William H. Rivers and Wilfred R. Men inside the military system did however persist in their denial of a condition of psychological war trauma Van Der Hart, Brown Dorit Szykiersky reports that:. In World War I the term shell-shock indicated that the etiological factor was the neurological damage due to excessive exposure to shelling and bombing. After the Great War, the growing influence of psychoanalysis on psychiatry shifted the emphasis to unconscious conflicts as vulnerability-increasing factors expressed in the term war neurosis. Szykierski
Request PDF | On Apr 1, , David Silbey published Santanu Das. Touch and Intimacy in First World War Literature. Cambridge: Cambridge.
Sandra M. By santanu das. His book begins, poignantly, with photographs of a series of textual relics that he Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford.
War writing is haunted by experiences of physical contact: from the muddy realities of the front to the emotional intensity of trench life. Through extensive archival and historical research, analyzing previously unknown letters and diaries alongsideMoreWar writing is haunted by experiences of physical contact: from the muddy realities of the front to the emotional intensity of trench life. Through extensive archival and historical research, analyzing previously unknown letters and diaries alongside literary writings by figures such as Owen and Brittain, Santanu Das recovers the sensuous world of the First World War trenches and hospitals.
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Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN Accordingly, Das seeks to reinstate a phenomenological criticism at the expense of theoretical abstractions. If the war was experienced chiefly by touch--'haptic' is among Das's favourite words--then readers and critics are obliged to respond through a vocabulary unusually alert to the tactile.
- Как бы там ни было, ты поможешь мне с моей рукописью. - Рукописью. - Да. Я решила ее издать.
Последний шанс. Но мы его упустили. - Не могу с ним не согласиться, - заметил Фонтейн. - Сомневаюсь, что Танкадо пошел бы на риск, дав нам возможность угадать ключ к шифру-убийце. Сьюзан рассеянно кивнула, но тут же вспомнила, как Танкадо отдал им Северную Дакоту.
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