Here’s a cool little clip that I just found that exemplifies Kristeva’s theory of abjection. Be careful; it’s graphic. I betcha can’t make it through the whole thing.
And here’s another one that’s a little cheesier, but kinda funny. You can find the text for this one on page 2 of “Powers of Horror,” where she talks about food loathing being one of the first and most elemental forms of fear.
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