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Psychoanalysis and Cinema: the Imaginary Signifier
PART I THE IMAGINARY SIGNIFIER The Imaginary and the 'Good Object' in the Cinema and in the Theory of the Cinema The Investigator's Imaginary Identification, Mirror The Passion for PerceivingExpand
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Dual Identities: The Question of ‘Départementalisation’ in Michel Leiris's Contacts de civilisations en Martinique et en Guadeloupe
In Contocts de civilisations en Martinique et en Guadeloupe (1955) Leiris's support for ‘départementalisation’ and cultural assimilation contrasts surprisingly with his previous commitment toExpand
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Eating their Words
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The Myth of Creation
The opposition between production and representation analysed in the preceding chapter forms the main axis on which the political significance of the Nouveau Roman is founded. But textual productionExpand
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How to be Primitive: Tropiques, Surrealism and Ethnography
The review Tropiques, founded in Martinique by Aime Cesaire and colleagues in 1941, was heavily influenced by French surrealism, both for its emphasis on political liberation and its investment inExpand