Silence can be injurious similar to words, yet different. This
study uses the perspectives of literary and cultural studies to
examine the violence of silence in the works of Thomas Bernhard,
K?b? Abe, Ingeborg Bachmann, and Kenzabur? ?e. Close readings yield
concrete illustrations of current theories regarding subtle forms
of violence and interrogate silence in the context of gender,
politics, economy, and cultural memory."
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