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The practice of love : lesbian sexuality and perverse desire

Author: Teresa De Lauretis
Publisher: Bloomington : Indiana University Press, 1995.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd printView all editions and formats

Re-reads Freud and articulates a fresh model of "perverse" desire.


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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Teresa De Lauretis
ISBN: 0253316812 9780253316813 0253208785 9780253208781
OCLC Number: 610891961
Description: 331 Seiten
Contents: ACKNOWLEDGMENTSINTRODUCTIONPART ONE: PSYCHOANALYSIS AND LESBIAN SEXUALITY1. Freud, Sexuality, and Perversion2. Female Homosexuality RevisitedPART TWO: ORIGINAL FANTASIES, SCENARIOS OF DESIRE3. Recasting the Primal Scene: Film and Lesbian Representation4. The Seductions of Lesbianism: Feminist Psychoanalytic Theory and the Maternal Imaginary5. The Lure of the Mannish Lesbian: The Fantasy of Castration and the Signification of DesirePART THREE: TOWARD A THEORY OF LESBIAN SEXUALITY6. Perverse Desire7. Sexual Structuring and Habit ChangesWorks CitedFilms CitedGeneral IndexIndex of Films Citied
Responsibility: Teresa de Lauretis.


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" ... a work that builds a substantial bridge between Freudian psychoanalysis and radical feminist thought, particularly on the subject of lesbianism... Presenting a complex argument about an issue Read more...

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