Elizabeth Jelin clarifies the debates about the nature of memory and, among many others, the issue of truth in testimony and traumatic remembrance. Her book exposes the consequences of repression for social processes in Latin America, and enriches our understanding of the conflicted nature of memory. As societies struggle to come to terms with the past this wise book offers guidance.
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