- Masochistic Performance and Female Subjectivity in "Letter from an Unknown Woman"
- Gaylyn Studlar
- Cinema Journal, Vol. 33, No. 3 (Spring, 1994), pp. 35-57
- Subjects: Film Studies, Feminist & Women's Studies, Performing Arts
- Key terms: masochistic, stefan, masochism, oedipal, woman, female, letter, perverse, object, zweig, desire, fantasy, subjectivity, apartment, doane, unknown, deleuze, perversion, child, sexual, pleasure, sach, freud, mother, spring
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