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Lecture 23

English 1022E Lecture 23: Lecture #23, December 5 2017

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Department
English
Course Code
English 1022E
Professor
David Bentley

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1022E
Lecture #2
December 5, 2017
Sigmund Freud, “Mourning and Melancholia” (1917)!
-places a distinction between the two!
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Terence Des Pres, The Survivor> survivor guilt!
mourning= introjection of lost of loved object, acceptance of death not an ignoring !
Melancholia = incorporation!
“spitting”!
“transference”!
Einfuhlung = empathy (feeling one with)!
fugitive: escaping, fleeing, fleeting, delicate, temporary, evanescent!
Tortrace: !
-outline (tracing paper) !
-follow!
———————————————————————————————————————!
Fugitive Pieces:!
-purple language = poetic language!
-power of memory!
-individual memory!
-social/collective memory!
-need to remember!
-if we don’t remember the past, we are doomed repeat it!
-memory and the Holocaust!
-novel is about writing, reading and how we could capture a trace of the past and
how we can convey that to readers that are not of our generation!
-reading weather!
-human artifacts!
-crammed space of a prayer- !
-trace- outline something, journey, look for signs of a person thats left!
-smell triggers memory!
-caring about the past- half to care about characters and events in the book!
-imagination- create the movements and stories !
-empathy- making someone a part of with yourself!
-who can separate fear from the body?!
-capacity to reach another human being by taking yourself out of yourself and putting
yourself into someone else!
-sadness, loss, and grief must be cared for!
-grief is what allows us to reach across time and experience what everyone else has
experience !
-closure should never happen, don’t close o your feelings for that person!
-depression, sadness that persists across time and trying to lived the life of the dead
person!
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1022E Lecture 2 December 5, 2017 Sigmund Freud, Mourning and Melancholia (1917) places a distinction between the two Terence Des Pres, The Survivor> survivor guilt mourning= introjection of lost of loved object, acceptance of death not an ignoring Melancholia = incorporation spitting transference Einfuhlung = empathy (feeling one with) fugitive: escaping, eeing, eeting, delicate, temporary, evanescent Tortrace: outline (tracing paper) follow Fugitive Pieces: purple language = poetic language power of memory individual memory socialcollective memory need to remember if we dont remember the past, we are doomed repeat it memory and the Holocaust novel is about writing, reading and how we could capture a trace of the past and how we can convey that to readers that are not of our generation reading weather human artifacts crammed space of a prayer trace outline something, journey, look for signs of a person thats left smell triggers memory caring about the past half to care about characters and events in the book imagination create the movements and stories empathy making someone a part of with yourself who can separate fear from the body? capacity to reach another human being by taking yourself out of yourself and putting yourself into someone else sadness, loss, and grief must be cared for grief is what allows us to reach across time and experience what everyone else has experience closure should never happen, dont close o your feelings for that person depression, sadness that persists across time and trying to lived the life of the dead person
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