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THE PSYCHOLOGICAL IMPACT OF TERRORISM ON INDIVIDUALS IN KAMILA SHAMSIE'S BURNT SHADOWS (2009)

THE PSYCHOLOGICAL IMPACT OF TERRORISM ON INDIVIDUALS IN KAMILA SHAMSIE'S BURNT SHADOWS (2009)

THE PSYCHOLOGICAL IMPACT OF TERRORISM ON INDIVIDUALS IN KAMILA SHAMSIE'S BURNT SHADOWS (2009)

 
Yazar : Iman Saud Dhannoon    
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Baskı Yılı : 2021
Sayı : 61
Sayfa : 97-105
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Cite : Iman Saud Dhannoon , (2021). THE PSYCHOLOGICAL IMPACT OF TERRORISM ON INDIVIDUALS IN KAMILA SHAMSIE'S BURNT SHADOWS (2009). Route Education and Social Science Journal , 61, p. 97-105. Doi: 10.17121/ressjournal.2968.
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Özet
Significantly, the atomic bomb of Hiroshima (1945) changed the world. It is an odd effect on individuals; however, there are some other tragedies such as: the invasion of Afghanistan, the partition of India, the war on terror, and the last is 9/11 of America. The Pakistani author, Kamila Shamsie (1973), in Burnt Shadows (2009), succeeded in presenting ill experiences of women. She idealized life through portraying female characters whose existence is questionable. The Japanese protagonist, Hiroko Tanaka, witnessed the event, and was disfigured as a result. The effect is mostly psychological. The psychological impact is the core study of the paper. The paper will also examine the mixed cultures of women characters through the psychoanalytic approach. Alienation, displacement, strangeness are results of terrorism. The aim is to study the effect of the psychological damage caused by wars. The significance of the study is to explore the role of the contemporary trauma fiction in portraying real life. The paper consists of an introduction, background, the theoretical aspect, trauma fiction, identity and shattered self, the autobiographic element, and a conclusion.

Anahtar Kelimeler
Kamila Shamsie, Atomic, Disfigured, Alienation, Terrorism.

Abstract
Significantly, the atomic bomb of Hiroshima (1945) changed the world. It is an odd effect on individuals; however, there are some other tragedies such as: the invasion of Afghanistan, the partition of India, the war on terror, and the last is 9/11 of America. The Pakistani author, Kamila Shamsie (1973), in Burnt Shadows (2009), succeeded in presenting ill experiences of women. She idealized life through portraying female characters whose existence is questionable. The Japanese protagonist, Hiroko Tanaka, witnessed the event, and was disfigured as a result. The effect is mostly psychological. The psychological impact is the core study of the paper. The paper will also examine the mixed cultures of women characters through the psychoanalytic approach. Alienation, displacement, strangeness are results of terrorism. The aim is to study the effect of the psychological damage caused by wars. The significance of the study is to explore the role of the contemporary trauma fiction in portraying real life. The paper consists of an introduction, background, the theoretical aspect, trauma fiction, identity and shattered self, the autobiographic element, and a conclusion.

Keywords
Kamila Shamsie, Atomic, Disfigured, Alienation, Terrorism.

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