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Table of Contents 1. Introduction: From the Retold to the Performed Story Lars-Christer Hydén and Jens Brockmeier 2. Language, Experience, and the "Traumatic Gap": How to Talk About 9/11? Jens Brockmeier 3. Broken and Vicarious Voices in Narratives Lars-Christer Hydén 4. Talking About the Unthinkable: Neurotrauma and the "Catastrophic Reaction" Maria I. Medved & Jens Brockmeier 5. Stories That Are Ready to Break Cheryl Mattingly 6. Globally Distributed Silences, and Broken Narratives about HIV Georg Drakos 7. Taking Care of the Dead: Broken Narratives of Internment Arthur W. Frank 8. "You Have to Ask a Little": Troublesome Storytelling about Contested Illness Pia Bülow 9. Break-Up Narratives Margareta Hydén 10. Beyond Narrative: Dementia's Tragic Promise Mark Freeman Contributors Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Discourse analysis, Narrative.
Attitude to Health.