Relativity: the Key To Human Understanding by Lloyd Geering

The Silence: How Tragedy Shapes Talk by Ruth Wajnryb

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Silence is often the most powerful form of communication and it is silence that still dominates the homes of Holocaust survivors and their families, even after half a century. Through interviews with children of survivors, this book explores communication in survivor families from the perspective of the postwar generation. Explaining the effects of trauma on communication, this book offers an understanding of the language of silence that often becomes the first step to healing. This book also touches on different types of trauma, such as the loss of a family member and survivors of child abuse. This 2002 Allen & Unwin Paperback is in Very Good condition.

ISBN: 9781865085128 SKU: 1254869 Note: Any image shown is from a stock photo and is not the actual book.