sublimate

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sublimate

Chem the material obtained when a substance is sublimed
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As the title of Chapter 8 implies, Hogle continues to examine 'Different Phantoms for Different Problems' as writers of all genres continue to be drawn to the richness of Leroux's novel's Gothic sublimations and emphasize those that most accurately reflect their own society's development and anxieties.
The Undergrounds of The Phantom of the Opera: Sublimation and the Gothic in Leroux's Novel and its Progeny, by Jerrold E.
"More so than men who are coaxed toward social success, toward sublimation, women are body" writes Helene Cixous (1976, 257), thus articulating a problematic relation between women's greater proximity to the body and cultural production that still provokes theoretical controversy.