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The Art of the Ridiculous Sublime

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=====Book Description=====
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The Art of the Ridiculous [[Sublime ]] is first of all the detailed [[reading ]] of [[David Lynch]]'s The Lost Highway, based on the premises of [[Lacanian ]] [[psychoanalysis]]. Lynch's unique [[universe ]] of the "ridiculous sublime" is [[interpreted ]] as a simultaneous playful staging and [[traversing ]] of the fundamental [[ideological ]] [[fantasies ]] that sustain our late [[capitalist ]] [[society]].
A [[master ]] of reversals, [[Zizek ]] invites the reader to reexamine with him easy assumptions, received opinion, and current critical trends, as well as pose tough questions [[about ]] the ways in which we [[understand ]] our [[world ]] and [[culture]]. He offers provocative readings of [[Casablanca]], Schindler's [[List]], and [[Life ]] Is Beautiful in the [[process ]] of examining topics as diverse-and as closely linked-as [[ethics]], [[politics]], and [[cyberspace]].
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|width="100%"| * [[Slavoj Žižek|Zizek, Slavoj]]. '''''[[The Art of the Ridiculous Sublime|The Art of the Ridiculous Sublime: On David Lynch's Lost Highway (Occasional Papers (Walter Chapin Simpson Center for the Humanities), 1.)]]'''''. Seattle: Walter Chapin Simpson Center for the Humanities, [[University ]] of Washington Press. June 2000, Paperback, 48 pages, [[Language]]: [[English]], ISBN: 0295979259. <small>Buy it at [], [], [], [] or [].</small>
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