- Cross/cultures, 0924-1426 ; 136
- From official history to individual and collective trauma. Broken memories of a traumatic past and the redemptive power of narrative in the fiction of Edwidge Danticat / Aitor Ibarrola-Armendáriz ; "When the world is free" : traumatized soldiers in Patricia Grace's Second World War novel Tu / Donna Coates ; Passion to Pasyon : playing militarism / Merlinda Bobis ; Poetics of dislocation : trauma, language, memory / Meena Alexander -- Women and cultural/colonial trauma. Trauma, madness, and the ethics of narration in J.M. Coetzee's In the heart of the country / Susana Onega ; "Softer than cotton, stronger than steel": metaphor and trauma in Shani Mootoo's Cereus blooms at night / Maite Escudero ; Haunting wounds : genital alterations, autobiography, and trauma / Chantal Zabus -- The Australian apology and trauma of unbelonging. Personal trauma/historical trauma in Tim Winton's Dirt music / Bárbara Arizti ; "Twisted ghosts" : settler envy and historical resolution in Andrew McGahan's The white earth / Marc Delrez ; The trauma of immigration and the ethics of self-positioning in Richard Flanagan's The sound of one hand clapping / Heinz Antor ; Inside out in the land down under : reading trauma through Janette Turner Hospital's Oyster / Isabel Fraile.
- 9789042033887 (hc.), 9042033886 (hc.), 9789401200837 (e-book), and 9401200831 (e-book)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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