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Title

Abjection in Ernest Hemingway’s A Moveable Feast

Document Type

Essay

Citation

Vanouse, Donald. “Abjection in Ernest Hemingway’s A Moveable Feast.” In Literature and Psychology, edited by Frederico Preira, 27-31. Lisbon, Portugal: Instituto Superior Psicologia Aplicada, 1991.

Annotation

Draws on the psychoanalytical theories of Julia Kristeva’s Powers of Horror (1982) to examine Hemingway’s use of abjection in A Moveable Feast. Vanouse focuses specifically on the theme of hunger in relation to artistic identity, linking eating and corruption.

Published in

Literature and Psychology

Date

1991

Pages

27-31

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