Gaze and Voice as Love Objects

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Žižek, S. and Salecl, R. (eds) (1996) Gaze and Voice as Love Objects, Durham: Duke University Press.

This fascinating collection of essays (mainly written by Žižek's co-conspirators in the Slovenian school of Lacan) contains two contri- butions from Žižek. The first article discusses the gaze and the voice (and indeed just about everything else). The second article focuses on Wagner and proceeds from the basic Lacanian thesis that 'there is no