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21) However, because of political interests between world powers like France and the United States and socialist countries like China and Vietnam, Song disguises his real self, and understanding Gallimard's psychosexuality, he embodies his deepest desires and in the process empowers himself.
Like an automaton, Ursa's mother followed the family dictates, even to the detriment to her own psychosexuality.
and other women writers the example of an open sexual narrative, while simultaneously maintaining the fiction of a rebel "author" whose unruly psychosexuality comprises the various songs of his deviant personae.
Was he heterosexual, bisexual, homosexual, or simply struggling with psychosexuality and the problem of Mabel?
Not only do Freud's accounts of "normal femininity" need to be dismantled; so too do the various psychoanalytic assumptions that "take as given a psychosexuality of normal heterosexual development in which deviation from this norm needs explanation but norm-following does not.
A Matter of Love or Death: Hemingway's Developing Psychosexuality in For Whorn the Bell Tolls.
For example, some of the developmental lines are cognition, object relations, morality, role taking, interpersonal, psychosexuality, affect, creativity, altruism, needs, spirituality, and worldview.
Putting Audience in Its Place: Psychosexuality and Perspective Shifts in The Awakening.