Search results

You are looking at 1 - 2 of 2 items for :

  • "war crimes" x
  • Film, Media and Music x
  • Manchester Gothic x
  • Refine by access: All content x
Clear All
The Nazi perpetrator’s hallucinations and nightmares in Jonathan Littell’s The Kindly Ones
Helena Duffy

: 807). Apart from the by now familiar purity–defilement opposition, the dream contains two phallic symbols – the faeces and the spear – which, if interpreted through a Freudian lens, indicate Aue’s simultaneous erotic desire for his father and fear of him. 19 However, to be understood more fully, this dream must read it in the light of the earlier revelations regarding the commission of war crimes by Aue’s father and of the

in Dreams and atrocity
Adapting the metaphor of psychopathology to look back at the mad, monstrous 80s
Ruth Goldberg

governmental deceit, betrayal, war crimes, apathy and denial. And, as any analyst will tell you, a dream only recurs when the dreamer repeatedly fails to understand the message that the dream is trying to bring to light. Conversely, as long as the dreamer fails to understand the meaning encoded in the dreamwork, the dream will continue to recur. In his recent acceptance speech upon receiving the Nobel

in Monstrous adaptations