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in which the novel suggests a healing which is firmly within a future-yet-to-come and which can be neither contained nor enacted within the confines of this overtly present-tense narrative. My hope is to highlight an aspect of Enright’s deft narrative manipulations that has not yet received much

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grief, Solakidi examines the ways that each author enacts their memories of loved ones in the present in order to move towards future healing after seemingly insurmountable loss. Similarly confronting devastating but unspeakable personal trauma, ‘Present-tense narration and representing trauma in Anne

the University of Cambridge in 2014 and is in the process of publishing her first monograph Sexual Healing. Sexuality, Health and the Male Body in Early Modern Japan (1600-1868), a cultural history tracing medical views of sex as a health and disease concept in the Edo period. She co-organized and

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of a different form of healing: homeopathy. In the 1930s in Argentina, homeopathy was accepted by only a small number of doctors; it was distanced from “alternative therapies” but outside traditional medicine (González Korzeniewksi 2010, 43). An analysis of the history of Argentine homeopathy from

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religious institutions in Japan at the time. At the end of that myth, the Buddha of Healing enjoins the historical Buddha to spread the teaching from India, so that it may reach Japan some thousand years later. Upon this, the text states, “[t]he Buddhas parted; one went east and one went west,” and

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, after her bodily pain would have been healed. When her man died, the love they had shared was transformed into grief (7) and gave rise to a Janus memory of love and grief that made Palmen create a remarkable, intimate portrait of him. As she notes, grief attacked her small body without mercy (6) and

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expectation of some real future heal- ing and spiritual efficacy coming their way. By the same token, many Protestant altars have inscribed on them, “In Remembrance of Me.” This is not an every- day memory, but memory as an act of real communion and journey to a sacred space and time. For the Crow the energy

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Edited by Carol A. Fischer

, is our attempt to govern and control a continually unfolding universe. It is “an attempt to heal the fragmentation, indeed granulation, of the universe arising out of the irruption into it of explicit, enduring subjects with their points of view and their knowledge that partially transcends their

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depending “only on spinal cord function” ( Jennett 2002: 410), with no involvement of the brain, which do not contradict the death of the individual. Similar explanations are given concerning other phenomena that are usually associated with life, such as the healing of wounds, growing and maturing, or

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a stable trim. Moralists say they help the world to heal (Although this is of small concern to him). (22) This kind of exposition is occasionally leavened by a true lyric moment that engages the emotions as well. “Snowbird” ends with one of the book’s most memorable moments: “But many are