Barbara, femme coûte que coûte. Regard psychanalytique

Florent Poupart

Abstract


Psychoanalysis has always needed myths and literature to explain the mysteries of human psychology. This is particularly true for the feminine part of our personality. By means of autobiographical statements and song texts by Barbara, the author shows how this French singer and poet has succeeded in putting images and words on the feminine: receptiveness, concavity, affectivity, sensibility, sensuality, etc. But Barbara’s work also testifies to a subversion of the feminine following a traumatic sexual experience, which then could turn into a form of melancholy.



DOI: https://doi.org/10.15203/ATeM_2018_2.05

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