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"SELF-OBSESSED AND INCOMPREHENSIBLE." RE-MEMBERING (POST)COMMUNIST TRAUMAS IN THE AMERICAN IMAGINARY
University of Bucharest Review Literary and Cultural Studies Series
Engaging scholarship pointing to the neocolonial patterns of perception built into East-West relations before and after the fall of the Iron Curtain, as well as compelling questions pertaining to the quasi-colonial status of the countries beyond the Iron Curtain vis-à-vis the Soviet Empire, this paper will focus on the manner in which (post)communist identity in fact forms at the intersection of these sometimes competing, sometimes complementary scenarios of power. Moreover, drawing on Caruth'sdoaj:33b060fa832142a4843f7cff19741b2e fatcat:ulgnxpy5zbemlmdz5loko7st5u