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autochthonous

[ȯ′täk·thə·nas]
(ecology)
Pertaining to organisms or organic sediments that are indigenous to a given ecosystem.
(geology)
Having been formed or occurring in the place where found.
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The serpent, in rising to transgender an autochthonic vagina, merely replicates a prior transgendering achieved by Old Ben.
The autochthonic manoeuvres of this tradition are entirely in keeping with the oedipal model it support s; the self-birthing father-son dyad is powerfully woven into the oedipal myth as Jean-Francois Lyotard notes in his provocative discussion of the differences between repression and foreclosure in 'Figure Foreclosed,.
Selections from Gasoline, The Happy Birthday of Death, Long Live Man, Elegiac Feelings American, and Herald of the Autochthonic Spirit are to be found in Mindfield (1989), which is the best sampling of poetry from Corso's career.