Grace Shiver Catherine Stonehouse

ISBN: 9780926708235

Published:

Paperback

140 pages


Description

Grace Shiver  by  Catherine Stonehouse

Grace Shiver by Catherine Stonehouse
| Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 140 pages | ISBN: 9780926708235 | 6.34 Mb

Grace Shiver is a multivocal meditation on violence, trauma, loss and renewal which wrestles with the seeming incommunicability of extreme experiences and the possibility that, as Heidegger suggests, What is spoken is never, and in no language, whatMoreGrace Shiver is a multivocal meditation on violence, trauma, loss and renewal which wrestles with the seeming incommunicability of extreme experiences and the possibility that, as Heidegger suggests, What is spoken is never, and in no language, what is said.

The manuscript is divided into six sections, each of which employs different poetic strategies to engage with a wide range of personal and historical issues and the silences that surround them. Grace Shiver explores, through many stances, the place of the mother. This can be in terms of many elements: absence, inadequacy, frustration and a sense of being overwhelmed as well as in terms of what Stonehouse calls mother-like capacity and milk work in other words, as a compassionate witness. She uses the vantage point of motherhood in a variety of forms to examine a series of themes: loss, violence and renewal.



Enter the sum





Related Archive Books



Related Books


Comments

Comments for "Grace Shiver":


zdradzony.subsglbooks.online

©2009-2015 | DMCA | Contact us