Answer a question about Weinstein’s book, Unknowing. the answer should be from just chapter 4. the question is; Weinstein argues that, “Freudian thought articulates, conceptually, stances toward the subject in space/time that modernist writers configure and deploy, naturally” (82) do you see the Freudian senses of space and/or time operating equally among the texts created during the period of modernism ? If not, what are some particularly gripping examples of this concept?…………..

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