Date of Degree

2-2014

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

M.A.

Program

Liberal Studies

Advisor(s)

Robert Singer

Subject Categories

Communication | Esthetics | Music

Keywords

1960s, Biography, Memory, Trauma, Vietnam War, Woodstock

Abstract

This thesis has been written based on my retrieved memory, as it concentrates on autobiographical memories and the lives of two politically opposing men, from the American sixties. I discuss the effect of music and the war in Vietnam as it was experienced by these men--a moderately angry veteran and a "hippie." I examine how their stories were "retold" to me, which in turn created new memories. This is a study in the memory of memories.

 
 

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