By Magdalena Cieslak, Agnieszka Rasmus
Opposed to and past: Subversion and Transgression in Mass Media, pop culture and function is a suite of fourteen essays via students representing a couple of disciplines discussing transgression and subversion in movie, tv, song, theatre and electronic media. relocating throughout significant political and cultural hobbies of the twentieth century, the e-book addresses an international want for transgression and subversion in our instances. utilizing theories of Freud, Lacan, Kristeva, Foucault, Adorno and Horkheimer, Deleuze and Guattari, and Butler, the amount is a vital contribution to figuring out the mechanisms and capabilities of subversion and transgression in modern media and pop culture and gives crucial examining for all these trying to pass opposed to and past.
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The song tells him what he shall have been for in the process of what he is becoming (2002b, 94), to paraphrase Lacan. It forces him to re-write his possible pasts to create the future(s) that he can become. One of the last lines sung is “remember who you say you are:” Turner (both as Flowers and as Chas’s conditional past creating his possible futures) smashes the mirror. The affect of this is not felt until later in the film: it is repressed, to return later. Chas’s sexuality is released and he goes to Lucy5 and the two of them make love.
Chas’s narcissism places him as desire, despite his interest in Turner, creating a constant struggle both inwardly and towards Turner. In the same seminar, Lacan suggests that the double relationship with himself that is created for man 40 Come Together: 1968, Performance, and the Utopian Spirit of Merging in the mirror gives rise to a state where “all the objects of his world are always structured around the wandering shadow of his own ego” (166). What we have here then, relevant to both Chas and Turner, is the lack felt in the mirror, that which is other, given structure within the external world, obviously leading to more lack.