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Wish I were

felt pathways of the self

Published by Atwood in Madison, WI .
Written in English.

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Table of Contents

Foreward / Linda J. Rogers
Preface. Semioticizing the self : social therapy as transformation / Peter McLaren
1. Journeys of a non-voluntary pilgrim : "I have speech-not your speech, but I have speech" / Linda J. Rogers
2. The ecology of a research relationship / Jeff Dykhuizen and John Rossiter
3. Writing lives : writing life / Linda J. Rogers
4. The role of time in the management of disabilities : conflicts of home and school / Nancy S. Haas
5. Beyond Schultz : absence face to face / Richard M. Carp
6. Inside passages to the self : Deaners and pilgrimages in Fairmount / James F. Hopgood
7. The sealing of wounds and the restoration of vagueness / Linda J. Rogers
8. Healing : a journey forward after a crisis / Sarah Rae Mechem
9. "Never, without her gladiator" : Christina Rossetti, Mary Magdalen, and the disguises of desire / Phyllis Passariello
10. The felt self : life into fiction, fiction into life / Linda J. Rogers
11. Blood is / Linda J. Rogers
Epilogue. The forms of representations and communication / Marcel Danesi.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Other Titles
Felt pathways of the self

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
302.2
Library of Congress
P99 .R555 1998

The Physical Object

Pagination
xvi, 213 p. :
Number of pages
213

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL6900186M
Internet Archive
wishiwerefeltpat0000roge
ISBN 10
1891859242
LC Control Number
00710335
OCLC/WorldCat
39976428
Goodreads
2838842
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