Steely Dan’s Donald Fagen: A Case of Mistaken Self-Identity, Corrected by Self-Reformulation

@inproceedings{Kelley2020SteelyDD,
  title={Steely Dan’s Donald Fagen: A Case of Mistaken Self-Identity, Corrected by Self-Reformulation},
  author={James L. Kelley},
  year={2020}
}
Throughout Donald Fagen’s life, he used the concept of bohemianism to position himself vis-a-vis his family, peers, and the mainstream culture as a whole. A psychobiographical examination of the subject with an object relations emphasis found that Fagen used his role as a successful musician to confer on himself a sense of legitimacy and to distance himself from the strictures of conventional, “bourgeois” existence. However, by the end of the first phase of his band Steely Dan’s recording… Expand

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