Publisher : Release Date :2019-10-22 ISBN 13:9781733261005 Total Pages :416 pages Rating :4.6/5 (261 users download) GO BOOK!
Summary Book and excerpt We Survivors :
Download or Read book We Survivors written by L. J. Thomas and published by . This book was released on 2019-10-22 with total page 416 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt/Synopsis: After disease and nuclear warfare decimate the world population, 17-year-old Nadia is sure she's the last person left on Earth. Then she hears a voice on her radio and everything changes. But as she and her new companions unravel the mysteries surrounding their survival, they soon realize it was no accident, and that they could be in grave danger.
Publisher :Routledge Release Date :2013-07-04 ISBN 13:1135330522 Total Pages :288 pages Rating :4.3/5 (135 users download) GO BOOK!
Summary Book and excerpt Child Survivors of the Holocaust :
Download or Read book Child Survivors of the Holocaust written by Paul Valent and published by Routledge. This book was released on 2013-07-04 with total page 288 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt/Synopsis: At the end of the Second World War approximately 1.5 million Jewish children had been killed by the Nazis. In this book, ten child survivors tell their stories. Paul Valent, himself a child survivor and psychiatrist, explores with profound analytical insight the deepest memories of those survivors he interviewed. Their experiences range from living in hiding to physical and sexual abuse. Child Survivors of the Holocaust preserves and integrates the personal narratives and the therapist's perspective in an amazing chronicle. The stories in this book contribute to questions concerning the roots of morality, memory, resilience, and specifc scientific queries of the origins of psychosomatic symptoms, psychiatric illness, and trans-generational transmission of trauma. Child Survivors of the Holocaust speaks to the trauma facing contemporary child victims of abuse worldwide through past narratives of the Holocaust.
Publisher :U of Minnesota Press Release Date :1999 ISBN 13:9780816629336 Total Pages :278 pages Rating :4.2/5 (629 users download) GO BOOK!
Summary Book and excerpt After the End :
Download or Read book After the End written by James Berger and published by U of Minnesota Press. This book was released on 1999 with total page 278 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt/Synopsis: In this study of the cultural pursuit of the end and what follows, Berger contends that every apocalyptic depiction leaves something behind, some mixture of paradise and wasteland. Combining literary, psychoanalytic, and historical methods, Berger mines these depictions for their weight and influence on current culture. He applies wide-ranging evidence--from science fiction to Holocaust literature, from Thomas Pynchon to talk shows, from American politics to the fiction of Toni Morrison--to reveal how representations of apocalyptic endings are indelibly marked by catastrophic histories.
Publisher :Psychology Press Release Date :2013-09-05 ISBN 13:1135941629 Total Pages :264 pages Rating :4.3/5 (135 users download) GO BOOK!
Summary Book and excerpt Life After Brain Injury :
Download or Read book Life After Brain Injury written by Barbara A. Wilson and published by Psychology Press. This book was released on 2013-09-05 with total page 264 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt/Synopsis: This is the first book of its kind to include the personal accounts of people who have survived injury to the brain, along with professional therapists' reports of their progress through rehabilitation. The paintings and stories of survivors combine with experts' discussions of the theory and practice of brain injury rehabilitation to illustrate the ups and downs that survivors encounter in their journey from pre-injury status to insult and post-injury rehabilitation. Wilson, Winegardner and Ashworth's focus on the survivors' perspective shows how rehabilitation is an interactive process between people with brain injury, health care staff, and others, and gives the survivors the chance to tell their own stories of life before their injury, the nature of the insult, their early treatment, and subsequent rehabilitation. Presenting practical approaches to help survivors of brain injury achieve functionally relevant and meaningful goals, Life After Brain Injury: Survivors’ Stories will help all those working in rehabilitation understand the principles involved in holistic brain injury rehabilitation and how these principles, combined with theory and models, translate into clinical practice. This book will be of great interest to anyone who wishes to extend their knowledge of the latest theories and practices involved in making life more manageable for people who have suffered damage to the brain. Life After Brain Injury: Survivors’ Stories will also be essential for clinical psychologists, neuropsychologists, and anybody dealing with acquired brain injury whether they be a survivor of a brain injury themselves, a relative, a friend or a carer.
Publisher :C9 Publications Release Date :2017-09-01 ISBN 13:1945927410 Total Pages :1953 pages Rating :4.4/5 (945 users download) GO BOOK!
Summary Book and excerpt Life After War Box Set 1-3 :
Download or Read book Life After War Box Set 1-3 written by Angela White and published by C9 Publications. This book was released on 2017-09-01 with total page 1953 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt/Synopsis: A Dangerous Destiny Some of the survivors are different, powerful. Their bloodlines have been brought together in this time and place to create safety for the remnants of all societies. Fated to lead and rebuild, these magnetic women and men are now the most valuable commodity in the apocalyptic wastelands. Nuclear war devastated the world just days before Christmas. All governments went underground, leaving their citizens to fend for themselves. The desperate normals who barely managed to stay alive must now make a choice. Do they join the strange, dangerous survivors in forming a more perfect union or do they kill every last one of them? One choice will save the world. The other will finish burying it under the nuclear ashes. Book One centers around the first group of chosen people who find each other amid the relics of America. Brought together by a man with many secrets, they struggle to adapt to an ever-changing new world while trying to build the first post-war safe haven for humanity. This is Safe Haven “We offer food, shelter, and protection to all survivors. Does anyone copy? …hello? Is anyone alive out there?” The end of the world has given humanity a harsh, merciless existence, where nature tries hard to push us to the very brink of extinction. Everything is against us, between us. Untold miles of lawless, apocalyptic roads wait for our feet, and the future, cold and dark, offers little comfort. Without change, there can be no peace—only survivors. This file contains books 1-3 of the Life After War series: · The Survivors (Book 1) · Adrian’s Eagles (Book 2) · Nuclear Ashes (Book 3)
Publisher :Greenwood Publishing Group Release Date :1996 ISBN 13:9780275955861 Total Pages :130 pages Rating :4.5/5 (955 users download) GO BOOK!
Summary Book and excerpt Job :
Download or Read book Job written by Joseph Freeman and published by Greenwood Publishing Group. This book was released on 1996 with total page 130 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt/Synopsis: Memoirs of a Jew from Radom, Poland, born in 1915. Pt. 2 (pp. 15-86), "Hashoah", describes his experiences in the Holocaust, including life in the Radom ghetto. Freeman's father and brother were killed in the ghetto in August 1942, his mother and sister were deported and perished, and a second brother died in a labor camp. Freeman remained in the ghetto until summer 1944 and was then sent to the Szkolna labor camp, on a death march to Auschwitz, and then to the labor camps of Vaihingen and Schömberg. At Schömberg, a Polish former acquaintance saved his life. In January 1945 he was sent to the Spaichingen labor camp and then on another death march, during which he was liberated. He returned to Radom briefly and then lived in Germany until his emigration to the U.S. in 1951.
Publisher :Taylor & Francis Release Date :2016-11-10 ISBN 13:1317308832 Total Pages :246 pages Rating :4.1/5 (317 users download) GO BOOK!
Summary Book and excerpt Overcoming the Stigma of Intimate Partner Abuse :
Download or Read book Overcoming the Stigma of Intimate Partner Abuse written by Christine E Murray and published by Taylor & Francis. This book was released on 2016-11-10 with total page 246 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt/Synopsis: Overcoming the Stigma of Intimate Partner Abuse addresses the impact of the shame surrounding intimate partner violence and the importance of actively challenging this stigma. Through examples of survivors who have triumphed over past abuse, the book presents a new way to understand the dynamics of abusive relationships as well as demonstrates the strength, resourcefulness, and resilience of victims and survivors. Overcoming the Stigma of Intimate Partner Abuse offers professionals, survivors, and communities an action plan to end stigma, support survivors, advocate for better response systems, raise awareness about abuse, and prevent violence.
Publisher :Createspace Independent Publishing Platform Release Date :2017-09-27 ISBN 13:9781977751386 Total Pages :388 pages Rating :4.5/5 (751 users download) GO BOOK!
Summary Book and excerpt The End of All Things :
Download or Read book The End of All Things written by Lissa Bryan and published by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform. This book was released on 2017-09-27 with total page 388 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt/Synopsis: After a terrible virus ravages the planet, Carly Daniels, one of the few survivors, hides in her apartment in Juneau trying to survive the best she can with only occasional forays to gather food. With her is Sam, a wolf puppy she found starving on the streets. He becomes her companion and a reason to continue when giving up sometimes seems like the more attractive option. Still dazed with shock and grief, she hopes for the world to go back to normal soon.She is discovered by Justin, an ex-soldier who is intent on making his way to Florida before the winter sets in. Justin coaxes her out of her hiding place and convinces her to join him on his journey, because a warmer climate will be their best chance against the extremes of Mother Nature.Together, they begin a perilous journey through a nation laid to waste by the disaster. Challenges abound along the way. The weather, injury, and shortage of supplies all help to slow them down. In time, they discover that they aren't the only survivors. Some are friendly but some have had their minds destroyed by the high fever. Then there are those who simply take what they want, leaving Carly and Justin with no choice but to defend what is theirs.But their journey is not without joy and love. Together, they face every struggle, including an unplanned pregnancy. Despite the perils of bringing a child into a world of chaos, their baby is a new beginning for themselves and a symbol of hope for the other survivors they find along the way.This is the story of their journey to find a place to begin a new life, and a home in each other.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Praise for The End of All Things:Not only does Lissa Bryan tell a convincing end of the world as we know it story, but also a wonderfully emotional romance -- Sandra from My Fiction NookYes, an end of the world romance TOTALLY works -- Sandi LayneI love, love, love this book. Have reread it 3 times. It's a love story, survival story and action adventure all in one. -- Karen Jenkins The End of All Things was a lovely surprise. I'm a fan of dystopia and post-apocalyptic novels, but Lissa Bryan happened to do something different. She brought love to the forefront, weaving relationships and romance with an end-of-the-world-as-we-know-it into an overall theme of the things taken for granted. -- Raina at The LUV'NV blogBut this isn't just a story of two people who find love in the unlikeliest people and places. This story is also about survival and the difficult decisions people have to make to ensure it. --Amy, GoodreadsThe End of All Things is more about hope and second chances, and I very much enjoyed the tale .... highly recommended for all fans of apocalyptic fiction. It's a well-written book with excellent pace, plot, and best, it has real soul.-- Jade Kerrion, GoodreadsI am not usually fond of The End of the World As We Know It books, but this book was so much more than a post apocalypse story. It contained adventure, mystery, sadness and a truly sweet romance. --Pamela, Goodreads
Publisher :Lulu.com Release Date :2014-08-28 ISBN 13:1483415244 Total Pages :328 pages Rating :4.8/5 (483 users download) GO BOOK!
Summary Book and excerpt The Iron Furnace: A Holocaust Survivor’s Story (New Edition) :
Download or Read book The Iron Furnace: A Holocaust Survivor’s Story (New Edition) written by George Topas and published by Lulu.com. This book was released on 2014-08-28 with total page 328 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt/Synopsis: "George Topas' moving and probing narrative is an important contribution to Holocaust literature" - Elie Wiesel "The Iron Furnace is a profoundly moving account of faith, love, courage, and endurance. With his direct and deceptively simple style, George Topas convinces us that we're sharing the heartfelt recollections of an old and dear friend. This story - and this decent, unassuming hero - will leave an incredible impression on all readers" - Michael Medved "The Iron Furnace will greatly contribute to the deepening memory of the Holocaust. It reveals the indomitable spirit of those that lived in the world which was destroyed." - Rabbi Marvin Hier, Dean, Simon Wiesenthal Center "A searing tribute to one man's indomitable spirit to outlive his tormentors" - Canadian Jewish News "This chilling memoir effectively reminds us of the inhumanity with which people treated their fellow humans.'' - Library Journal
Publisher :University of Wisconsin Pres Release Date :2016-12-06 ISBN 13:0299309703 Total Pages :234 pages Rating :4.9/5 (299 users download) GO BOOK!
Summary Book and excerpt Inside Rwanda's /Gacaca/ Courts :
Download or Read book Inside Rwanda's /Gacaca/ Courts written by Bert Ingelaere and published by University of Wisconsin Pres. This book was released on 2016-12-06 with total page 234 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt/Synopsis: After the 1994 genocide in Rwanda, victims, perpetrators, and the country as a whole struggled to deal with the legacy of the mass violence. The government responded by creating a new version of a traditional grassroots justice system called gacaca. Bert Ingelaere, based on his observation of two thousand gacaca trials, offers a comprehensive assessment of what these courts set out to do, how they worked, what they achieved, what they did not achieve, and how they affected Rwandan society. Weaving together vivid firsthand recollections, interviews, and trial testimony with systematic analysis, Ingelaere documents how the gacaca shifted over time from confession to accusation, from restoration to retribution. He precisely articulates the importance of popular conceptions of what is true and just. Marked by methodological sophistication, extraordinary evidence, and deep knowledge of Rwanda, this is an authoritative, nuanced, and bittersweet account of one of the most important experiments in transitional justice after mass violence.
Publisher :Riverdale Avenue Books LLC Release Date :2016-04-22 ISBN 13:1626012725 Total Pages : pages Rating :4.2/5 (626 users download) GO BOOK!
Summary Book and excerpt Queering Sexual Violence :
Download or Read book Queering Sexual Violence written by Jennifer Patterson and published by Riverdale Avenue Books LLC. This book was released on 2016-04-22 with total page pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt/Synopsis: Often pushed to the margins, queer, transgender and gender non-conforming survivors have been organizing in anti-violence work since the birth of the movement. Queering Sexual Violence: Radical Voices from Within the Anti-Violence Movement locates them at the center of the anti-violence movement and creates a space for their voices to be heard. Moving beyond dominant narratives and the traditional “violence against women” framework, the book is multi-gendered, multi-racial and multi-layered. This thirty-seven piece collection disrupts the mainstream conversations about sexual violence and connects them to disability justice, sex worker rights, healing justice, racial justice, gender self-determination, queer & trans liberation and prison industrial complex abolition through reflections, personal narrative, and strategies for resistance and healing. Where systems, institutions, families, communities and partners have failed them, this collection lifts them up, honors a multitude of lived experiences and shares the radical work that is being done outside mainstream anti-violence and the non-profit industrial complex.
Publisher :Marilyn C F Willis Release Date :2020-02-24 ISBN 13:194981307X Total Pages :274 pages Rating :4.4/5 (949 users download) GO BOOK!
Summary Book and excerpt RESTORED :
Download or Read book RESTORED written by Marilyn Willis, LPCC, NCC and published by Marilyn C F Willis. This book was released on 2020-02-24 with total page 274 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt/Synopsis: Restore Your Body, Mind, and Spirit with this Award-Winning Workbook Are you suffering from a heartbreaking loss? In your grief are you experiencing yearning, longing, disbelief, extreme sadness, confusion, numbness, overwhelm, exhaustion, insomnia, anger, inability to focus, agitation, or anxiety? Do you feel you have lost a part of yourself? After working with hundreds of grieving clients over the course of twenty years, Licensed Counselor, Marilyn Willis developed this proven step by step process to help you navigate through a heartbreaking loss to the restoration of your life. This workbook is beneficial for survivors of loss, and those who desire to provide comfort. Discover how to: -Understand what leads to healing through examining resilient survivors -Reestablish order in your heart, mind, and days -Develop resilient building self-care techniques -Clarify and release difficult feelings through guided journaling -Overcome your unique challenges to healing with simple exercises -Smile again at sweet memories as you find space to share about your loved one -Cultivate peace as you apply grief healing rituals -Reflect and gently engage with your new beginning -Create a plan and prepare for grief triggers such as holidays and anniversaries -Discover how to gain meaning from your loss -Rebuild purpose for the days ahead Find restoration for your physical functioning, mental clarity, emotional stability, interest in people and activities, and purpose for your future. Every grief journey starts with a first step. Marilyn Willis took her first step at fifteen years old after her mother died from cancer. Are you ready to take your first step toward restoration? Order your copy today. Available in Kindle and paperback. 🥇GOLD MEDAL WINNER Grief / Hardship Category by Readers Favorite 🥉BRONZE MEDAL WINNER Grieving / Death Dying Category by LivingNow Book Awards ENDORSED by Grief Experts and Community Leaders: ★★★★★ "An excellent resource to rely on over and over as one moves through grief...offers a brilliant framework to assist the mourner in a step by step process to the restoration of body, mind, and spirit." -Susie Kuszmar, LMFT, Creator and Director of nationally awarded FOOTSTEPS Hospital Bereavement program ★★★★★ "Being a mother who lost her son to cancer, and has been through grief counseling and grief groups, this particular grief workbook goes deeper into the pit of emotional and spiritual pain and shines a bright light on the path-way out of that dark place."- Lacene Downing, former Manager of international funeral services company and grief group facilitator ★★★★★ "It brings the grief group experience, that so many in our hospice and community have benefited from, directly to your home and heart." - Mary Wall, RNC, the President of the Board for Kauai Hospice ★★★★★ "I have been touched and educated by this #1 new release on Amazon. I highly recommend this workbook to anyone who has experienced a loss."- Mark Whitacre, Ph.D., Executive Director Coca-Cola Consolidated, Inc. ★★★★★ "What a masterpiece... thorough, practical, tender, and personal! There is so much honoring of the deceased in the healing process. This could be used privately, but also it would be powerful to walk through with either a counselor or small group."- Leah Green, Navigators Marriage Getaway Co-Director
Publisher :Oxford University Press Release Date :2009-08-18 ISBN 13:9780199744978 Total Pages :224 pages Rating :4.4/5 (744 users download) GO BOOK!
Summary Book and excerpt Approaching an Auschwitz Survivor :
Download or Read book Approaching an Auschwitz Survivor written by J?rgen Matth?us and published by Oxford University Press. This book was released on 2009-08-18 with total page 224 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt/Synopsis: Among sources on the Holocaust, survivor testimonies are the least replaceable and most complex, reflecting both the personality of the narrator and the conditions and perceptions prevailing at the time of narration. Scholars, despite their aim to challenge memory and fill its gaps, often use testimonies uncritically or selectively-mining them to support generalizations. This book represents a departure, bringing Holocaust experts Atina Grossmann, Konrad Kwiet, Wendy Lower, J?rgen Matth?us, and Nechama Tec together to analyze the testimony of one Holocaust survivor. Born in Bratislava at the end of World War I, Helen "Zippi" Spitzer Tichauer was sent to Auschwitz in 1942. One of the few early arrivals to survive the camp and the death marches, she met her future husband in a DP camp, and they moved to New York in the 1960s. Beginning in 1946, Zippi devoted many hours to talking with a small group of scholars about her life. Her wide-ranging interviews are uniquely suited to raise questions on the meaning and use of survivor testimony. What do we know today about the workings of a death camp? How willing are we to learn from the experiences of a survivor, and how much is our perception preconditioned by standardized images? What are the mechanisms, aims, and pitfalls of storytelling? Can survivor testimonies be understood properly without guidance from those who experienced the events? This book's new, multifaceted approach toward Zippi's unique story combined with the authors' analysis of key aspects of Holocaust memory, its forms and its functions, makes it a rewarding and fascinating read.
Publisher :Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Release Date :2008 ISBN 13:0152061541 Total Pages :347 pages Rating :4.5/5 (152 users download) GO BOOK!
Summary Book and excerpt Life as We Knew it :
Download or Read book Life as We Knew it written by Susan Beth Pfeffer and published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. This book was released on 2008 with total page 347 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt/Synopsis: Through journal entries, sixteen-year-old Miranda describes her family's struggle to survive after a meteor hits the moon, causing worldwide tsunamis, earthquakes, and volcanic eruptions.
Publisher :Cornell University Press Release Date :2018-07-05 ISBN 13:1501730053 Total Pages :288 pages Rating :4.0/5 (51 users download) GO BOOK!
Summary Book and excerpt Fantasies of Witnessing :
Download or Read book Fantasies of Witnessing written by Gary Weissman and published by Cornell University Press. This book was released on 2018-07-05 with total page 288 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt/Synopsis: Fantasies of Witnessing explores how and why those deeply interested in the Holocaust, yet with no direct, familial connection to it, endeavor to experience it vicariously through sites or texts designed to make it "real" for nonwitnesses. Gary Weissman argues that far from overwhelming nonwitnesses with its magnitude of horror, the Holocaust threatens to feel distant and unreal. A prevailing rhetoric of "secondary" memory and trauma, he contends, and efforts to portray the Holocaust as an immediate and personal experience, are responses to an encroaching sense of unreality: "In America, we are haunted not by the traumatic impact of the Holocaust, but by its absence. When we take an interest in the Holocaust, we are not overcoming a fearful aversion to its horror, but endeavoring to actually feel the horror of what otherwise eludes us." Weissman focuses on specific attempts to locate the Holocaust: in the person of Elie Wiesel, the most renowned survivor, and his classic memoir Night; in videotaped survivor stories and Lawrence L. Langer's celebrated book Holocaust Testimonies; and in the films Shoah and Schindler's List. These representations, he explains, constitute a movement away from the view popularized by Wiesel, that those who did not live through the Holocaust will never be able to grasp its horror, and toward re-creating the Holocaust as an "experience" nonwitnesses may put themselves through. "It is only by acknowledging the desire that gives shape to such representations, and by exploring their place in the ongoing contest over who really 'knows' the Holocaust and feels its horror, that we can arrive at a more candid assessment of our current and future relationships to the Holocaust," he says.
Publisher :Xlibris Corporation Release Date :2013-09-04 ISBN 13:1483688828 Total Pages :251 pages Rating :4.8/5 (483 users download) GO BOOK!
Summary Book and excerpt My Porcelain Doll :
Download or Read book My Porcelain Doll written by Sherry Anne Coombe and published by Xlibris Corporation. This book was released on 2013-09-04 with total page 251 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt/Synopsis: My Porcelain Doll is Sherry Coombe's, poignant tribute to her late daughter and a moving memoir about walking side by side through Heathers struggles and triumphs during cancer. Sherry traces the journey she and Heather shared through some of the toughest challenges and sweetest moments of fighting cancer. Genuine, intimate and unconditional love, My Porcelain Doll is a story of hope, joy and sadness that only a mother could write. "Then came a bunch of words like aggressive, really bad, tumor, spinal taps and on and on. Of course it still didn't sink in how bad he thought it was until he started talking about transplant team and City Of Hope. I knew then I was a really sick lil gal. I think that was the first time I was really, truly scared that it might be too late." -Heather Coombe
Publisher :Yale University Press Release Date :2020-09-29 ISBN 13:0300255853 Total Pages :355 pages Rating :4.0/5 (3 users download) GO BOOK!
Summary Book and excerpt Survivors :
Download or Read book Survivors written by Rebecca Clifford and published by Yale University Press. This book was released on 2020-09-29 with total page 355 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt/Synopsis: Shortlisted for the 2021 Wolfson History Prize and a finalist for the 2021 Cundill History Prize Told for the first time from their perspective, the story of children who survived the chaos and trauma of the Holocaust—named a best history book of 2020 by the Daily Telegraph ?"Impressive, beautifully written, judicious and thoughtful. . . . Will be a major milestone in the history of the Holocaust and its legacy."—Mark Roseman, author of The Villa, the Lake, the Meeting How can we make sense of our lives when we do not know where we come from? This was a pressing question for the youngest survivors of the Holocaust, whose prewar memories were vague or nonexistent. In this beautifully written account, Rebecca Clifford follows the lives of one hundred Jewish children out of the ruins of conflict through their adulthood and into old age. Drawing on archives and interviews, Clifford charts the experiences of these child survivors and those who cared for them—as well as those who studied them, such as Anna Freud. Survivors explores the aftermath of the Holocaust in the long term, and reveals how these children—often branded “the lucky ones”—had to struggle to be able to call themselves “survivors” at all. Challenging our assumptions about trauma, Clifford’s powerful and surprising narrative helps us understand what it was like living after, and living with, childhoods marked by rupture and loss.