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Le sexuel infantile a-t-il une langue ?

Abstract : Does the infantile sexual have a language? Favouring dramatisation and word-plays, in literature the work of the infantile sexual manifests itself best in poetry. Poetic language also offers the trace of the link between a child’s sexuality and infantile sexuality. The analyst’s familiarity with literary language, raised further in poetry, contributes to the analyst’s listening to struggles with that which cannot be formulated or grasped by the chimera.
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Laurence Aubry. Le sexuel infantile a-t-il une langue ? . Revue Française de Psychanalyse, Presses Uniiversitaires de France, 2016, 80 (1), pp.226-231. ⟨10.3917/rfp.801.0226⟩. ⟨hal-01384364⟩



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