A Lover's Discourse: Fragments Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:


What is the enemy of "thus.," according to the author? (from Pages 183 through 234)


How does the lover react to the effects of reverberation? (from Pages 183 through 234)


Where does the name Gradiva derive from? (from Pages 75 through 128)


In Love's Obscenity/Obscene, what is the author's first example of obscenity? (from Pages 129 through 182)


According to the author, what is always involved in every discourse on love, whether philosophical, gnomic, lyric, or novelistic? (from Pages 38 through 74)

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