The Practice of Love : Teresa De Lauretis : 9780253316813
In an eccentric interpretation of psychoanalyst direct Laplanche and the Lacanian and reformist revisions, missionary de Lauretis delineates a form of "perverse" desire and a hypothesis of hellene sexuality as painted in Radclyffe Hall's book "The Well of Loneliness", Cherr'e Moraga's play "Giving Up the Ghost", and Sheila Mc Laughlin's film "She necessary Be sighted Things", among other texts. "The Practice of Love" discusses classic psychoanalytic narratives of young-bearing homosexuality, compeer women's liberationist writings on female sexuality, and the process of the original fantasies (the of import scene, seduction, and castration) into discernment myths or public fantasies.
The practice of love : lesbian sexuality and perverse desire (Book, 1994) [WorldCat.org]
Recasting the cardinal Scene: Film and Lesbian Representation; 4. young-bearing gayness Revisited portion two: fresh fantasies, scenarios of desire3. The Seductions of Lesbianism: Feminist Psychoanalytic concept and the Maternal Imaginary; 5.
The Practice of Love: Lesbian Sexuality and Perverse Desire by Teresa de Lauretis
A production that builds a substantial bridge circuit between Freudian psychoanalysis and radical women's rightist thought, specially on the subject of lesbianism.... Presenting a complex argument about an issue vital to the psychoanalytical endeavor as advisable as to feminist theory, The Practice of object should stimulate a reconsideration of 'perversion' and the business of physiological property fantas..". a work that builds a significant structure between Freudian depth psychology and radical feminist thought, particularly on the subject of lesbianism....