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About what remained: Freudian mourning in The Crying of Lot 49
In the half-century since its initial publication, Thomas Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 has proven infamously resistant to systematization. While the novel's preoccupation with a uniquely American construction of death ...
From cell to subject: The rhetoric of freud's phylogenetic imagination in Beyond the Pleasure Principle
The aim of this thesis, firstly, is to identify the dominate scholarly reactions to the biological writing of Sigmund Freud, particularly regarding his 1920 text, Beyond the Pleasure Principle. Considering the cluster of ...