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But that was what I felt, those are the only great things in me that gave answer to the rapture of her whom in the deeps of an icy silence I called "my heart." (Bataille 1995, 158) As Bataille emphasizes in his preface to Madame Edwarda, also included as a chapter in his 1957 book Erotism, his main interest in eroticism in this novel and more generally at this point in his thinking is not with sexuality as such, and even less so with the specific content of perversion, but rather with eroticism as an approach to the limit-experiences of death and the extinction of subjectivity--that is, in relation to the destructive transgressions of the limits set by and on human rationality.
The multi-dimensionality of this pun highlights the persistent anal erotism underlying much homophobic humour.
One of the Wolf Man's numerous obsessions is money Freud interprets this as a displacement of his anal erotism. Pedrick uses it as an entry point into the economics, both literal and symbolic, of the family.
(143) See Rambuss's Closet Devotions for some startling examples of the linkage of devotion and eroticism in the metaphysical poets; and Georges Bataille, Erotism: Death and Sensuality, trans.
Keywords: Dario, Lugones, modernism, posmodernism, prosaism, erotism, intertextuality
Key words Guimaraes rosa Brazilian Literature Erotism and literature
Keywords: Carlos Fuentes, Aura, mexican novel, erotism, phantasm, Eros, gender, spectral criticism.
LITERARY EROTISM AS TESTIMONY OF A CHANGE IN MORAL VALUES IN 11th AND 12th CENTURY BYZANTIUM
In the evolutionary development of female sexuaiity, pregnancy and menopause are important milestones in relation to both the reproductive capacity of women and the female body as source of erotism.
The abundance of violent acts suggests a state beyond transgression, an excess of the limits required to confine violence to the sacred (Erotism, p.