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Joyce and the Freudian Bildungsroman
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This chapter discusses the emergence of psychoanalytic thought in the twentieth century and the historical development of the notion of sexuality. It examines the Freudian libidinal theory model, which re-conceptualised desire and stated that human subjectivity is produced by a struggle between opposing forces of sexual desire and sexual repression.

Impure thoughts

Sexuality, Catholicism and literature in twentieth-century Ireland

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