The art of narrative construction and reconstruction in the care of the bereaved A film narrative analysis

Julio Enrique Correa

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This article describes the narrative construction and reconstruction in the care of the bereaved. Clinical examples are given for the narrative training on the story selection as based on interpersonal and intercultural communication issues. This view is assayed at the aesthetic narrative approach of a Canadian film --Monsieur Lazhar (2011) -- by analyzing the bereaved stories that are told among the professor and children at a school environment. Narrative experiences connected to an art outlook, concerning the Montreal socio-cultural environment are also explored: an interview made to a Canadian art theory professor on the issue of multicultural narrative development and Montreal urban groups, as expressed by citizens gathered through claims on sociocultural alienation done through literature and pictorial design. It is postulated that aesthetic narratives of bereavement ease the interpersonal sharing and understanding of deep emotional pain of grief in the group

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Narrative; Story recreation; Bereavement; Aesthetics; Film analysis

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