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Year 12 English Notes

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Split into study guides of the following texts: -Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close by Jonathan Safran FOer -Gattaca -Sister Kate by Jean Bedford -Just Punishment Documentary

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Psychology Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close Film Abnormal psychology Psychological trauma Grief Jonathan Safran Foer Mister God, This Is Anna Thomas Schell Jr. Grandma Oskar doesn
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Entails a complete repression of trauma-related memory. Mourning: also called ‘working through’. An endeavour to remember the traumatic event and fit it into a coherent whole. -Melancholy and mourning both apply to memory. If someone didn't remember an event they wouldn't have to act out or work through. -These two ways of reacting to and dealing with trauma are embodied respectively by Oskar’s paternal grandfather (melancholy/acting out) and by his paternal grandmother (mourning/working through, to an extent). -Both melancholy and mourning are synthesised by Oskar (displays characteristics of both). -This ‘old’ trauma is tied up with a fresh one. TRAUMA THEORY: - “A traumatic event is oft...
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