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  1. Graphic Therapy: Session 2 | Obsessions

    [...] Graphic Therapy: Notes From the Gap Years, is a hit from here to Croatia. Now you can check out Session 2: Is Mundanity Progress?, in which Emily Steinberg tackles Nazis, game shows, Peter Pan, war movies, Brooklyn, cocaine, and [...]

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  3. The Jewish Culture Log of Arts » Blog Archive » Graphic Therapy - Notes from the Gap Years

    [...] pit. Images of naked men, being forced to lie down and be whipped by fully dressed S.S. officers. http://www.smithmag.net/graphictherapy/2008/07/14/chapter-2/5/ Mom and Dad told me they wanted to have a lot of children to off set the loss of the Jews in the [...]

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