In Listening Awry, David Schwarz illustrates how German music spanning two centuries refracts changes in society and culture, as well as the impacts of concepts introduced by psychoanalysis. Structured around four themes—trauma, the other/Other, the look/gaze binary, and Judaism—Listening Awry explores post-Enlightenment music and shows how post-Lacanian psychoanalysis can be applied to ideological interpellation that connects psychoanalysis to culture.
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