De Klerk, Eugene (2003) Paranoid metaphors: an examination of the discursive, theoretical, and sometimes personal, interaction between the psychoanalyst, Jacques Lacan, the surrealist, Salvador Dali, and the English poet, David Gascoyne. Masters thesis, Rhodes University.
This thesis examines the historical interaction of the psychoanalyst, Jacques Lacan, the surrealist, Salvador Dali, and the English poet, David Gascoyne. It traces the discursive, and sometimes personal, relationship between these figures which led to a psychoanalytic-based conception of paranoia that impacted on both surrealism and the surrealist-inspired poetry and theory of David Gascoyne. Furthermore it seeks to identify the potential ramifications of this conception of paranoia, and the artistic practice it engendered, for literary, Marxist and psychoanalytic theory.
|Item Type:||Thesis (Masters)|
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||Jacques Lacan d1901- , Salvador Dali d1904- , paranoia, David Gascoyne d1916-, surrealism|
|Subjects:||Y Unknown > Subjects to be assigned|
|Divisions:||Faculty > Faculty of Humanities > English|
|Supervisors:||Bunyan, David (Dr.)|
|Deposited By:||Rhodes Library Archive Administrator|
|Deposited On:||07 Aug 2006|
|Last Modified:||06 Jan 2012 16:17|
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