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reference of "its" Does "its relationship" in the second line of the following text mean "the relationship of the abject"? Text: As Foster has shown, Cindy Sherman’s work of the 1990s, particularly the Disgust series, both exemplifies this definition of the abject and demonstrates its relationship to another recently fashioned category: that of the informe or the formless, in which the body is not only made strange but is primarily represented by signifiers of disgust – ‘menstrual blood and sexual discharge, vomit and shit, decay and death’.
Aug 24, 2019 6:29 AM
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You are correct as long as you mean 'This relationship of the abject' and not 'THE relationship ...'.
August 24, 2019
Hallo
August 24, 2019
Exactly that
August 24, 2019
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