Writing down what no echo can ever repeat Public

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  • This thesis consists of an autoethnography of a sexual assault survivor written using poems, journal entries, annotations, photographs and song lyrics. The ethnography is a chronological record of feelings the author experienced during the day prior to the attack and emotions she navigated during the year and a half after the attack. The period of writing extends between January 27, 2006 and November 5, 2007. The author includes songs that inspired the poems and journal entries; these songs led to deeper reflections as the author weathered sensations of depression, anger and confusion. The author’s own photographic art visually represents steps she has taken on her emotional path of healing. The thesis was assembled in the third year following the incident as a reflection and healing process for the author.
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