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On replacement : cultural, social and psychological representations

Author: Jean Owen; Naomi Segal
Publisher: Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book is an interdisciplinary study of the human drama of replacement. Is one's irreplaceability dependent on surrounding oneself by a replication of others? Is love intrinsically repetitious or built on a fantasy of uniqueness? The sense that a person's value is blotted out if someone takes their place can be seen in the serial monogamy of our age and in the lives of 'replacement children' - children born into  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Printed edition:
(OCoLC)1020027580
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jean Owen; Naomi Segal
ISBN: 9783319760117 3319760114 3319760106 9783319760100
OCLC Number: 1040612670
Description: 1 online resource (xx, 272 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Contents: 1. Naomi Segal and Jean Owen, Introduction --
2. Section I: What is replacement?. Naomi Segal, 'An eye for an eye' or 'a mile to a mile': versions of replacement --
3. Jean Owen, Replaced mothers, bedtricks and daughters out of place --
4. J.P.C. Brown, Replacement, renewal and redundancy --
5. Section II: Lost children. Olivia Noble Gunn, Lost boys in Little Eyolf --
6. Jean Owen, The Sisters Antipodes: replacement and its ripples of sibling rivalry --
7. Georgia Panteli, Artificial intelligence and synthetic humans: loss and replacement --
8. Section III: Wayward Women. Marija Dalbello, The metaphysics of replacement in photoplay novels of immigration --
9. Patrizia Grimaldi-Pizzorno, Of ghosts and girls in Ulysses 13 --
10. Mary Hamer, Medea: founder member of the first wives' club --
11. Nagihan Haliloğlu, Replacement and genealogy in Jane Eyre and Wide Sargasso Sea --
12. Section IV: Law & society. Samantha Ashenden, Who is the 'real' mother? Replacement and the politics of surrogacy --
13. Sarah Trotter, The ethos of replaceability in European human rights law --
14. Alison Ribeiro de Menezes, Remembering the disappeared in Lita Stantics Un muro de silencio --
15. Section V: Replacement films. Andrew Asibong, Deadness, replacement and the divinely new: 45 Years --
16. Laura Mulvey, 'She was the most beautiful creature I ever saw': visualising replacement in Hitchcock's Rebecca --
17. Agnieszka Piotrowska, Married to the Eiffel Tower: notes on love, loss and replacement --
18. Naomi Segal, 'That's my son': replacement, jealousy and sacrifice in Un Secret --
19. Section VI: The Holocaust. Susanne Baackmann, Replacement as personal haunting in recent postmemory works --
20. Monika Loewy, Embodying her ghost: self-replacement in Petzold's Phoenix --
21. Anthony Rudolf, Replacement or ever-present: Jerzyk, Irit and Miriam --
22. Section VII: Psychoanalysis. Agnieszka Piotrowska, Replacement and reparation in Sarah Polley's Stories we tell --
23. Odeya Kohen Raz and Sandra Meiri, Replacement, objet a and the dynamic of desire/fantasy in Rebecca --
24. Deborah Wright, Rooms as replacements for people: the consulting-room as a room object.
Responsibility: Jean Owen, Naomi Segal, editors.

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