TRAUMA AND POST-TRAUMAVIOLENCE IN SAM SHEPARD’S THE LATE HENRY MOSS
The paper underlines the haunting memories of the World War II and its resultant trauma that plays a crucial role for the eruption of crises in many American families. The Late Henry Moss is about a dead father, who comes back as a ghost to revisit the past. The paper explores the insensible role of the father, who has been traumatized by the poignant effects of war memory and destruction, becomes responsible for the destruction of his own family. The paper attempts to analyse the dynamics of postmodern world, where people are alienated from each other and even from themselves due to the traumatizing memory of violence long after the happenings of violence witnessed or experienced.
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2020-11-02 — Updated on 2020-11-03
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Dr. Shouket Ahmad Tilwani, Danish Ahmad Mir. (2020). TRAUMA AND POST-TRAUMAVIOLENCE IN SAM SHEPARD’S THE LATE HENRY MOSS. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(9), 6008-6018. Retrieved from https://www.archives.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/5147