uncommunicativeness


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Here, in a text whose intricate structure and syntax reflect the author's obsessive reprise and rescrutiny of the same painful data, he evokes his difficult relationship with a father whose remoteness and uncommunicativeness seem to have verged on the pathological.
The most consistent fact reported about Seung-Hui Cho was his uncommunicativeness, as was reported from a number of sources, including The New York Times, which printed a biographical piece and summary of events:
The narration typically presents the super-ego as communicative, while the id flaunts its uncommunicativeness.