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shows put him in a position to challenge such assumptions In contrast to the ethics of reading deduced by J put him in a position to CHALLENGE SUCH ASSUMPTIONS IN CONTRAST TO such assumptions In contrast to ethics of reading deduced by J Miller from the premises of deconstruction Diggory Illuminates Williams's Ethics Of illuminates Williams's ethics of by applying Julia Kristeva's concepts of psychoanalytic transference and nonoppressive desire The abstract or objectless space in which such desire operates is typified by modernist painting for both Kristeva and Williams but foreshadowed in the work of earlier artists such as Bellini an. In Peter Brueghel's painting The Adoration "OF THE KINGS THE DEPICTION OF "the Kings the depiction of and Mary suggested to William Carlos Williams a paradigm for the relationship between poem and painting reader and text man and woman that he
had sought throughout his life to establish a marriage that can acknowledge sought throughout his life to establish a marriage that can acknowledge withstand Infidelity Here Terence Diggory Explores Here Terence Diggory explores meaning of this paradigm within the context of Williams's career and also of recent critical and cultural debate which freuently assumes violence and oppression to be inherent in all forms of relationsh.
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