TITLE

The New Instinctivism (A Duet in Creative Violence)

AUTHOR(S)
Miller, Henry; Perlèes, Alfred
PUB. DATE
November 2007
SOURCE
Nexus: The International Henry Miller Journal;2007, Vol. 4, p3
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article focuses on the New Instinctivism which, according to the authors, is nothing more and nothing less than being for or against instinctively. According to them, the old instinctivism has died away together with the people's appetite for raw meat and fig leaves and caverns and fear of gods. The authors also mentioned several issues they are against such as the use of preservatives, farmers and too healthy people, as well as exhibition of freaks either for profit or public instruction.
ACCESSION #
33933532

 

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