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Jane Campion

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Introduction: authorship, creativity, and personal cinema -- Origins of a problematic: the Campion family -- The "tragic underbelly" of the family: fantasies of transgression in the early films -- Living in the shadow of the family tree: Sweetie -- "How painful it is to have a family member with a problem like that": authorship as creative adaptation in An angel at my table -- Traumas of separation and the encounter with the phallic other: The piano -- The misfortunes of an heiress: The portrait of a lady -- Exacting revenge on "cunt men": Holy smoke as sexual fantasy -- "That which terrifies and attracts simultaneously": Killing daddy in the cut -- Lighting a lamp: loss, art, and transcendence in The water diary and Bright star -- Conclusion: theorizing the personal component of authorship.


New statesman

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Disguise in George Sand s Novels

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Sandian heroines swirl around men in their sororal and sartorial disguises like moths around candle flames. However, as Disguise in George Sand’s Novels illustrates, the disguise is not an instrument to seduce men but rather to assert the heroines’ true selves. The portrayal of female and androgynous protagonists in Rose et Blanche (1831), Indiana (1832), Lélia (1833/39), Gabriel (1839), Consuelo (1842), and La Comtesse de Rudolstadt (1844) is a metaphor to demonstrate the continuity of identities before and after the disguise as George Sand stipulates in her theory of the ménechme. Disguise in George Sand’s Novels explores the maturation process of Romantic and artistically inclined heroines and highlights the spiritual meaning of the disguise as a rite of passage for the birth of a new type of protagonist: spiritual, self-assertive, and dedicated to erasing gender inequality and helping the poor.


Continental Latin American and Francophone Women Writers

Author: Wichita State University Conference on Foreign Literature
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This is a collection of essays selected from papers given at conferences held at Wichita State University in 1986 and 1987. The literary works discussed were written in three languages, and originated in both Germanies, France, Canada, Spain, Guadeloupe, Senegal, Vald'Aoste, and Latin America from the early Renaissance to the 1980s. Both well-known writers and authors relatively unknown in the U.S. are presented.


L tre Et Le N ant

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tudes Inuit studies

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Continental Latin American and Francophone Women Writers 1986 1987

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This is a collection of essays selected from papers given at conferences held at Wichita State University in 1986 and 1987. The literary works discussed were written in three languages, and originated in both Germanies, France, Canada, Spain, Guadeloupe, Senegal, Vald'Aoste, and Latin America from the early Renaissance to the 1980s. Both well-known writers and authors relatively unknown in the U.S. are presented. The themes and the methodologies informing their discussion vary from Wittgenstein's positivism to a discussion of silence as signifier; from archetypes to utopian consciousness; from seizing oral tradition's power of the word to a re-examination of the female rite of passage; from madness as a metaphor of powerlessness to prison imagery in Renaissance works.


Roland Barthes

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Cold water shielded

Author: Salah Stétié
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This collection has been chosen by UNESCO for their Collection of Representative Works. Salah Stetie has published forty books and was awarded Le Grand Prix de la Francophonie in 1995. In his exquisite, soberly beautiful poems, Western culture merges with Oriental and Arabic traditions. His writing has a swirling metaphysical dimension, which never ceases to root itself in earthy, sensuous experience. His poems evoke a deep, half-questioning, half-serene meditation of all that is "hanging on the other side of being" -- "the great soft lion's track in the invisible" -- which still captures the swarming particularities of our daily presence in the world.


Psychanalyse

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Cent ans après la publication par Freud de L'interprétation des Rêves, il importe de dissiper songes et cauchemars pour interroger la modestie des faits. Il n'est pas inutile d'y voir clair car, si les psychanalystes sont souvent irritants, qu'en serait-il d'un monde intime livré aux seuls concepts de la neurochimie ? Ou d'un univers thérapeutique laissé exclusivement aux soins des spécialistes de l'ingénierie comportementale ? " Psychanalyse, que reste-t-il de nos amours ? " Sous ce titre résolument pluriel sont réunis divers auteurs dont la plupart estiment qu'il ne faut pas jeter Freud avec l'eau du bain.* Nourris dans le sérail ou totalement étrangers à la maison, ils interrogent sans complaisance la réalité psychanalytique : sa spécificité théorique, sa récupération culturelle, sa scientificité controversée, sa pratique protéiforme. Autour de Jean Laplanche, dont l'œuvre restitue à Freud rigueur et tranchant, des voix aussi différentes que celles d'un anthropologue, un écrivain, un ethnologue africain, un magistrat, un physicien, un neuro-psychologue, des psychiatres et psychanalystes de tous bords, interrogent les rapports kaléidoscopiques de la psychanalyse à l'épistémologie, la mythologie, la psychiatrie, la justice pénale, la féminité, l'homosexualité, l'interculturalité, la santé mentale... - et ce, par-delà tout dictionnaire des idées reçues.