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Merely Being There Is Not Enough: Women's Roles in Autobiographical Texts by ... - Page 6
by Heike Mlakar - 2008 - 196 pages
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The Nightmare Considered: Critical Essays on Nuclear War Literature

Nancy Anisfield - History - 1991 - 201 pages
...the hipster, as the only properly human response to "the suppressed knowledge.. .that we might still be doomed to die as a cipher in some vast statistical operation... a death by deus ex machina in a gas chamber or a radioactive city" (np). Norman O. Brown, tracing the...
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"Daddy's Gone to War": The Second World War in the Lives of America's Children

William M. Tuttle - Social Science - 1993 - 384 pages
...suppressed knowledge that the smallest facets of our personality . . . could mean . . . that we might . . . die as a cipher in some vast statistical operation...itself would be unknown, unhonored, and unremarked ... in a gas chamber or a radioactive city " More than that, the "Second World War presented a mirror...
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Friendly Fire : American Images of the Vietnam War: American Images of the ...

Riverside Katherine Kinney Associate Professor of English University of California - Literary Criticism - 2000 - 240 pages
Hundreds of memoirs, novels, plays, and movies have been devoted to the American war in Vietnam. In spite of the great variety of mediums, political perspectives and the ...
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Writing Back: Sylvia Plath and Cold War Politics

Robin Peel - History - 2002 - 289 pages
...indeed the absence of ideas and the absence of personality could mean equally well that we might still be doomed to die as a cipher in some vast statistical...would be saved, but our death itself would be unknown, unhonoured, and unremarked, a death which could not follow with dignity as a possible consequence to...
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Blessed Are the Uncool: Living Authentically in a World of Show

Paul Grant - Religion - 2009
...most minor projection of our ideas, or indeed the absence of personality could mean equally well that we might be doomed to die as a cipher in some vast statistical operation in which our teeth might be counted, and our hair would be saved, but our death itself would be unknown, unhonored, and...
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Prosthetic Culture: Photography, Memory and Identity

Celia Lury - Social Science - 1997 - 248 pages
...the ahsence of ideas and the ahsence of personality could mean equally well that we miglu still he doomed to die as a cipher in some vast statistical operation in which our teeth would he counted. and our hair would he saved. hut our death itself would he nnknown. nnhonored and unremarked....
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