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L'ÉCRIVAIN ET LE DÉSIR DE VOIR
No. 90, LITTÉRATURE ET PSYCHANALYSE: NOUVELLES PERSPECTIVES (MAI 1993), pp. 8-20
Published by: Armand Colin
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41713219
Page Count: 13
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Literary criticism and psychoanalysis have been rather blind to the eye. And yet, if the unconscious is structured by "sexual sight", the scopic impulse is fundamental to art's attempt to recreate presence beyond representation and knowledge.
Littérature © 1993 Armand Colin