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Alice Doesn't: Feminism, Semiotics, Cinema
PREFACE ACKNOWLEDGMENTS INTRODUCTION 1. THROUGH THE LOOKING-GLASS 2. IMAGING 3. SNOW ON THE OEDIPAL STAGE 4. NOW AND NOWHERE 5. DESIRE IN NARRATIVE 6. SEMIOTICS AND EXPERIENCE NOTES INDEX
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Mythical Intentions in Modern Literature
The Description for this book, Mythical Intentions in Modern Literature, will be forthcoming.
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Artaud and After
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Risking Who One Is: Encounters with Contemporary Art and Literature
Susan Suleiman sets forth in this work an exchange with contemporary writers and artists. Simone de Beauvoir, Helene Cixous, Elie Wiesel, Mary Gordon, Max Ernst, Angela Carter, and others enterExpand
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French theatre, 1918-1939
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Women in myth
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A Jungian approach to literature
This book is the first to apply systematically Jungian psychology to the study of literature throughout the ages. The ten essays are purposefully different, illustrating the universality of JungianExpand
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Death and representation
Death is a subject of increasing interest in virtually all academic disciplines, yet there is surprisingly little theoretical work on the representation of death in literary contexts. Death andExpand
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The Theatre of the Holocaust
This second volume of "The Theatre of the Holocaust", when combined with the first, represents an international collection of plays on the Shoah. Editor Skloot presents and comments on six plays thatExpand
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