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The Resource A Poetics of Trauma after 9/11 : Representing Trauma in a Digitized Present

A Poetics of Trauma after 9/11 : Representing Trauma in a Digitized Present

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A Poetics of Trauma after 9/11 : Representing Trauma in a Digitized Present
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A Poetics of Trauma after 9/11
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Representing Trauma in a Digitized Present
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Routledge Studies in Contemporary Literature
A Poetics of Trauma after 9/11 : Representing Trauma in a Digitized Present
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A Poetics of Trauma after 9/11 : Representing Trauma in a Digitized Present
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Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Contents -- Abbreviations -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction: From Memory to Mediation. Toward a Trauma Theory of the Digitized Present -- 1 The Unspeakability Thesis Reconsidered -- Foreign Bodies: Deconstructing the Freudian Legacy -- (Im)Possibilities of Representation: Virtual Trauma and the Real -- Trauma Literature Beyond Unspeakability: A Tentative Poetics -- 2 The Ethics of Form: Trauma Literature After 9/11 -- From the Frame to Critique: Discursive Power in a Context of Cultural Trauma -- Vulnerability as Spectacle? Figuring the Fall -- Encountering the Face of the Other: Alterity After Trauma -- 3 Detouring the Singularity of Trauma: Jonathan Safran Foer's Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close -- Records to Be Made? Silence and Testimony -- Historical and Symbolic Archives: Meandering Toward the Present Absence of 9/11 -- 9/11 Transnationalized? -- 4 "Icons of a More Innocent Age"? Art Spiegelman's In the Shadow of No Towers -- "I Never Loved Those Arrogant Boxes:" Enacting Trauma in Comix -- Metamorphosing Trauma: 9/11 as the Grotesque -- Against the End of Irony: Trauma as Resistance -- 5 Precarious Bodies: Don DeLillo's Falling Man -- Unstable Sociality: Embodied Patterns of Interconnectedness -- The Ethics of Witnessing Terror: Falling into Perception -- Resisting Totality: Unsettled Signification and the Anti-Spectacular -- 6 Trauma in a Virtual World: William Gibson's Pattern Recognition -- Realities of Trauma, the Trauma of Reality: Witnessing as Pattern Recognition -- The 'Footage:' Video Art and the Negative Sublime -- Affect and Globalization: Histories of Violence and Posttraumatic Encounters -- Conclusion: Resituating the Subject in the Aftermath of Trauma -- Index
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