Part II of this Note will discuss what exactly a repressed
No one's trying to prove that repressed
memory doesn't exist," lawyer Robert Shaw Jr.
They have developed relationships with these women because of illicit desires, traumatic memories, and shameful experiences that are incompatible with their self-images yet cannot be entirely mastered and repressed
Researchers and clinical psychologists have wrestled for decades over the idea of repressed
For one, he argues that Van Overbeke and his social circle were protobohemians whose concerns with jests were part of a developing alternative to the mainstream of Dutch bourgeois culture, an alternative that was repressed
or lost by the nineteenth century with the triumph of bourgeois moralism.
Bailey revives the long-dead notion--as scientifically dead as the psychoanalysis that spawned it--that gender crossers are repressed
I had repressed
that knowledge in order to be able to continue as a faculty member.
And yet in another part he laments the injustice of the popular television depiction of nuns as "caricatures of saccharin-like and sexually repressed
It is inspired by a play which portrays Barrie as a repressed
homosexual with an unnatural love for boys and focuses on his relationship with the children who inspired Peter Pan.
But it was only at the expense of dissociation and repression of aspects of the self deemed unacceptable -- namely, the oppressed classes of the world as well as the repressed
unconscious of the Western mind.
Faulkner: The Return of the Repressed
(Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1997).
She began to verbally release some repressed
emotions, while frequently stroking Bridget's head.