Word of Mouth: Food and Fiction After Freud

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Psychology Press, 2002 - Psychology - 168 pages
An exploration of the significance of oral experiences in literature and in cross-cultural texts takes us on a tour of the pervasive pleasured, dreads, desires and dramas of the mouth.

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Selected by Routledge as an "outstanding dissertation", this book transcends typical, dry, dissertation fare. It is at once a probing critique of classical Freudianism, an epic tour of well-known ... Read full review

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Chapter
11
Chapter
41
Chapter Three
67
Chapter Four
101
Afterword
137
Bibliography
153
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