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  • Title: Nerve Language
  • Author: BrianHenderson
  • ISBN: 9781897141137
  • Page: 167
  • Format: Paperback

  • The new work centres on the Memoirs of Daniel Paul Schreber, perhaps the most written about of mental patients, as well as one of the most articulate The Memoirs formed the basis of Freuds theory of paranoia, the interpretation of which was a primary cause of the split between Jung and Freud, was the basis of Bleulers definition of schizophrenia which is till operative tThe new work centres on the Memoirs of Daniel Paul Schreber, perhaps the most written about of mental patients, as well as one of the most articulate The Memoirs formed the basis of Freuds theory of paranoia, the interpretation of which was a primary cause of the split between Jung and Freud, was the basis of Bleulers definition of schizophrenia which is till operative today and has been subjected to many other readings such as Canettis attempt to connect paranoia and proto fascist power and Wildens to see a proto feminism in a revolt against the forensic psychiatry and ideas of the masculine of the day It has been a prompt to examine his relationship to his family, where other researchers have claimed to have found abuse Und so veiter In 1894, Daniel Paul Schreber had become a high ranking judge in Leipzig before being plunged into breakdown He entered an asylum voluntarily but after six months was committed by his wife, his doctor and his former employer, at which point his worst experiences began Nonetheless, he also began to work towards his release, which he achieved on appeal to the very court in which he was once the President.During his madness and even after his release , he believed God spoke to him directly by way of what he called nerve language His God had become the two central gods of ancient Persia He believed that a terrible disaster had befallen the universe and that he was the last person alive His task was to restore the cosmos by nerve contact with divine rays In order for this to occur he had to enter the world of female voluptuousness, which would unman him.Henderson s poems enter this world of mad logic and real thought, of immense suffering, ofvision and transformation, where love and freedom are just over the horizon of dark and clashing light.
    BrianHenderson
    Brian Henderson is the author of eleven volumes of poetry, the most recent of which is OR from Talonbooks Sharawadji Brick Books, 2011 , was nominated for the Canadian Authors Association Award for Poetry Nerve Language Pedlar Press, 2007 was a finalist for the Governor General s Literary Award Henderson s work, both critical and poetic, has appeared in a number of literary journals He holds a PhD in Canadian literature, is the past director of Wilfrid Laurier University Press, and lives in Grey Highlands, Ontario, with his wife, Charlene.


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    Mike
    In the late 19th century, Daniel Paul Schreber was a respected judge in Leipzig when the onset of a psychosis landed him in a German asylum, where he remained until he died in 1911. He chronicled his condition in the book Memoirs of My Nervous Illness, which became influential in psychology, having even been analyzed (though never interviewed) by Sigmund Freud.The title of the book, Nerve Language, refers to the method, Schreber explained, that God used to communicate to him. As such, Brian Hend [...]

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