I Choose Elena

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'A fierce, eloquent meditation on trauma, #MeToo, the body, pain and memory.' Sinead Gleeson

Aged 15 and on track to be an Olympic gymnast, Lucia Osborne-Crowley was violently raped on a night out, sparking a series of events that left her devastatingly ill for more than ten years of her life. Her path to healing began a decade later, when she told someone about her rape for the very first time. Eventually finding solace in writers like Elena Ferrante, this is a work about rediscovering vulnerability and resilience in the face of formerly unbearable trauma.

Osborne-Crowley explores what has been proved, but is not yet widely known, about trauma, bringing to our attention its cyclical, intergenerational nature; how trauma intersects with deeply-held beliefs about the credibility of women; and how trauma is played out again and again in the fabric of our cultures, governments, judicial systems, and relationships.

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£7.99  £7.43
Publisher
The Indigo Press
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Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781999683399
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