By Camille Roman, Suzanne Juhasz, Christine Miller
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Cristanne. PI20. 4' 4' 082dc2093-7642 CIP British Cataloging-in-Publication information available This collection copyright © 1994 by Rutgers, The Stare University For copyrights to individual pieces, please see first page of each essay. All rights reserved Manufactured in the United Stares of America CONTENTS ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ix INTRODUCTION Camille Roman, Suzanne Juhasz. and Cristanne Miller 1 PART ONE Female Sexual Drives, Subjectivity, and Language: The Dialogue with/ beyond Freud and Lacan Camille Roman 7 "Femininity" from New Introductory Lectures on Psycho-Analysis (1933) SIGMUND FREUD 20 "The Signification of the Phallus" from Écrits (1977) JACQUES LACAN 37 excerpts, "The Semiotic and the Symbolic" from Revolution in Poetic Language (1984) JULIA KRISTÉVA 45 "Mama's Baby, Papa's Maybe: An American Grammar Book" (1987) HORTENSE J.
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