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Father– daughter incest and the economics of exchange
Jenny DiPlacidi

moments’ in dreams with a man she has never met but on whose picture she gazes continually, making her father the object of her female gaze in a fixation of desire that functions in two important ways. First, it exemplifies what Judith Butler describes as the failure of the incest taboo, the existence of which: ‘appears to suggest that desires, actions, indeed, pervasive social practices of incest are

in Gothic incest
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Cousins and the changing status of family
Jenny DiPlacidi

Cynthia Klekar, ‘The obligations of form: social practice in Charlotte Smith’s Emmeline ’, Philological Quarterly , 86:3 (2007), 271. 45 Klekar, 269–70. 46 Klekar, 277. 47

in Gothic incest