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A Theology of Failure could be described as a book about taking responsibility. The responsibility that is denied by cleaving to these symbolic demands and falling into their snares is much harder to respond to. This maxim speaks to the central importance of the concepts of desire and drive and their distinction in A Theology of Failure. The point of this work, Marika tells us, is to read Christian theology according to the logic of drive versus desire
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She has a PhD degree in American literature. With this sentence Williams introduces a possible starting point for an analysis of the Southern belle myth. The figure of the Southern belle is founded on a canonized discourse, resting on a cultural and social personification — a description, a code, a stereotype — which legitimizes and authorizes the interpretation of culture and nature, masculinity and femininity, superiority and inferiority, power and subordination. Additionally, this Southern woman stereotype is both a literature-generating principle, often supporting the very concept of Southern fiction, and a social construct, supporting the writing of Southern history and culture. First, its appearance was tied to the Southern antebellum chivalry and masculinity code origin of which can be looked for in attempts to preserve English moral standards in the U.
African-American boxers are well aware that they are exploited and they use the language of prostitution and slavery to express their awareness. But although they lead a tough, ascetic life, they rarely protest at the poor rewards and resign themselves to being bodily merchandise. In reality, professional boxers are hyperconscious of entering into a universe of no-holds-barred exploitation in which deception, manipulation, concealment, and mistreatment are the normal order of things, and bodily damage and personal disrepair a customary consequence of the trade. The first likens the fighter-manager combo to the duet formed by the prostitute and her pimp; the second depicts the ring as a plantation and promoters and matchmakers as latter-day slave masters and drivers; the third intimates that boxers are treated in the manner of dogs, pigs, stallions, and other commercially valued livestock. All three idioms simultaneously enounce and denounce the immoral, indeed inhumane, merchandising of disquiescent live bodies.
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