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The Writing of Anxiety

Imagining Wartime in Mid-century British Culture (Language, Discourse, Society)

By Lyndsey Stonebridge

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Format: Hardback, 240 pages
Other Information: illustrations
Published In: United Kingdom, 12 July 2007
Whereas trauma and memory have come to dominate discussions of World War Two, Lyndsey Stonebridge suggests that it was in fact the representation of anxiety - a state in which we look forwards as well as backwards - that emerged most forcefully in mid-century wartime culture. For two crucial but understudied second generations, the psychoanalysts who came after Freud and whose work thrived in 1940s Britain, and the later modernists who had cut their teeth on the expressive verve of their First World War-shocked elders, thinking about anxiety, she argues, was a way of imagining how it might be possible to stay within a history that frequently undermined a sense of self and agency.

Table of Contents

List of Illustrations Acknowledgements Introduction: Dreading Forward: The Writing of Anxiety at Mid-Century Anxiety at a Time of Crisis: Psychoanalysis and Wartime The Childhood of Anxiety Bombs and Roses: The Writing of Anxiety in Henry Green's Caught Bombs, Birth and Trauma: Henry Moore and D.W.Winnicott The Writing of Post-War Guilt: Rose Macaulay and Rebecca West Hearing them Speak: Voices in Bion, Muriel Spark and Penelope Fitzgerald Postscript Bibliography Index

About the Author

LYNDSEY STONEBRIDGE is Senior Lecturer in English at the University of East Anglia, UK. Her publications include The Destructive Element: British Psychoanalysis and Modernism, Reading Melanie Klein (edited with John Phillips), and British Fiction After Modernism: The Novel at Mid-Century (edited with Marina Mackay).

EAN: 9780230013278
ISBN: 0230013279
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Dimensions: 22 x 14.63 x 1.52 centimetres (0.34 kg)
Age Range: 15+ years
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