Powers of Horror: An Essay on Abjection Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:


Chapter 11 "Powers of Horror" begins with a Celine quote, in which he says what kind of Kirghiz can cook up tricks? (from Chapter 11, Powers of Horror)


Kristeva says that the reader is thrown into what kind of state when reading Celine? (from Chapter 6, Celine: Neither Actor Nor Martyr)


In which of Celine's works is dizziness a motif? (from Chapter 7, Suffering and Horror)


Kristeva says Judaism always conceived of impurity as what kind of reality? (from Chapter 5, . . . Qui Tollis Peccata Mundi)


How does Celine often depict maternal figures? (from Chapter 8, Those Females Who Wreck the Infinite)

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