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In the mirror stage and generated with her image, the father's This desire for the father (by becoming seems to represent a secondary, It is the identification with in the Oedi- phallus can be what she thinks he desires) Oedipal desire, one installed by narrative, by the which Lotman codes as woman, movement: which Lotman codes Grave, cave, house, are nothing coded through the immovable, the narrative grave, cave, house; and added as man, action, transgressIon but codes for woman, obstacle, of woman is the closed space.

Irigaray suggests herself the father's Why is she so scared to unveil the phal- in Speculum that, in order to question phallic given and does not arise from nowhere) leads Gallop and Irigaray to the conclu- power, one should lift the mantle of the law, reveal the naked penis, unveil the sion that a female homosexual economy has to be erected that would give birth to 'truly' female subjects with a feminine language. phallus. This does not mean that the father should make love to the daughter, but that it was necessary to question the incest taboo.

Outside' why is Maxim de him as 'the Father' in thinking ignores (m)other will always reproduce wlthm who, as figure, introduc~s is that the phallic a creat1l1g a mythIcal to the sexual union of mother and daughter, that could 'work', not exist. en: and hence, the union of mother and daughter as constitutive of a temlmst world would always be seriously thwarted. In other words, the heroine's desire for an enigmatic, desire for Rebecca (which I too would argue is the beautiful woman) is, according one hand the desire for 'the Mother' to de Lauretis, as image: as love-object, on the as that with which Let us return to Lotman: narrative produces Oedipus, because it has incorporated the mythical, a union is craved, that which the child wants to possess.

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