Powers of Horror: An Essay on Abjection Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:


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


Kristeva quotes Celine as saying his aim was to do what to language? (from Chapter 10, In the Beginning and Without End . . .)


Whose writings does Kristeva encounter in "the black, romantic rage"? (from Chapter 6, Celine: Neither Actor Nor Martyr)


Kristeva says Celine is a convenient example of abject literature because he is what? (from Chapter 11, Powers of Horror)


What act in Jewish laws makes women impure for weeks? (from Chapter 4, Semiotics of Biblical Abomination)

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