pertinaciousness


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Malmgren, "Exhumation: The Dead Father" (the part entitled: Examining the Corpse); Michael Zeitlin, "Father Murder and Father-Rescue: The Post-Freudean Allegories of Donald Barthelme"; Regis Durand, "On the Pertinaciousness of the Father, the Son, and the Subject: The Case of Donald Barthelme.
Regis Durand examining the Father, the Son, and the Subject in Donald Barthelme's works goes as far as stating that, thoroughly familiar with the catchwords of psychoanalysis, Barthelme "is determined to beat it at its own game" (Regis Durand, "On the Pertinaciousness of the Father, the Son, and the Subject: The Case of Donald Barthelme," in Critical Angles: European Views on Contemporary American Literature, ed.