Three Stages Of Projected Memory In the documentary by Marianne Hirsch, she talks about how things were during the Holocaust through the lives of the people. Projected memory is used, which is to link the past and the present. This essay will talk about Past Memory as well as Projected Memory. Both will give examples of how you see a picture and understand what is meant just by hearing about from either your parents, grandparents, or teachers. Past Lives shows how everything was during the Holocaust. How the kids were in the concentration camps as well as the adults.
This is about a picture taken of children in Izieu. You can see that they are all very sad and do not want to be there at all. This is where the triangulation appears. Where you would see the victims through a childs point of view and an adults point of view.
The child may just see it as like they would not want to be in that position and not want to get in the way of something bad that is happening. Whereas the adult would see this totally different. The adult would feel sad about seeing the victim in pain and sorrow and want to memory, about, photo, projected, past, holocaust, times, through, remember, parents, essay, during, because, told, taken, shows, just, happening, happened, example, children, adults, without, way, view, very, understand, things, talk, something, seeing, saw, sad, relationship, really, point