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Freids theory of the uncanny because experiencing return of the reressed- thing u didn’t know you knew that physicic has put away- things that allow u to function as a huan being - Blindness: having sand thrown in ur eyes or having buttons thrown in eyes- symbol for castration o Other mother is a castrating mother - Books, do they address the adult and the child reader, but harry potter doesn’t addres adult reader in a way separate from child reader - Adults reading harry potter allows them to become a child but not in a good way - Abject: what disturbs identity, system, or order o Not sure of the status of other mother, half human, ghost doll? Threatening tobeak dwn the border between the living child and doll with the button eyes - Her world is and isn’t coraline’s real world - Bloody corpse- the lood that should be inside the body that keeps you alive is outside the body - The vampire who shud be dead but is alive- not quite alive not quite dead - Horror of object is opposed to eye or individual subject - End of the book- seeing things as they really are - Coraline, line lyra has moment where she cant believe this happened-how does other mother look like her own mother - But in coralline its key to distinguishing other mother as bad mother, having dealt with the other mother, the world is visible as the world to coralline o Appreciation for the real world after psychic fantasy o And identity, seeing thing as individual things - Coralline is sustained, armed on her trip with certain memories of her father- how he save dher from stepping on wasp’s nest Harry Potter
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