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Kimberly Lamm

those objects. In other words, drives appear in the virtual space of the psyche.36 Jean Laplanche argues that drives and sexuality are coextensive of each other, and the drives’ re-presentations are perverse, as perversions are deviations from instinct. In a detailed description of the process by which the instincts become perverted by the drive (and therefore sexuality), Laplanche writes: ‘Now sexuality, in its entirety, in the human infant, lies in a movement which deflects the instinct, metaphorizes its aim, displaces and internalizes its object, and concentrates

in Addressing the other woman
Department stores and the trade in interior decoration designs
Anca I. Lasc

magasin de nouveautés Au Petit St-Thomas, Au Bon Marché became a thriving and successful commercial enterprise by the 1870s. The store added a new building between 1869 and 1872 at the intersection of the rue de Sèvres and the rue Velpeau, constructed according to the plans of the architect Alexandre Laplanche (1839–1910). Yet another set of extensions were made between 1872 and 1874 under the supervision of Louis-Charles Boileau (1837–1914).26 The monumental entrances, grand staircases, and immense galleries filled with merchandise dazzled the aesthetically inclined

in Interior decorating in nineteenth-century France