In The Hydra's Tale, Robert Rawdon Wilson treats the experience of disgust not from the perspective of the disgusting object-in-the-world, but from its representation. Working through the spectrum of human response, culture, and art, Wilson teases out the assumptions that underpin the disgust response.However, there is an even stronger experience of self- disgust when your very being is called into question or has come ... of Julia Kristeva and turns upon an extended analysis of Doris Lessinga#39;s magnificent 1962 novel The Golden Notebook.
|Title||:||The Hydra's Tale|
|Author||:||R. Rawdon Wilson|
|Publisher||:||University of Alberta - 2002|