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body writing Toward an Understanding of l'Écriture féminine. Ann Rosalind Jones. France is advent media today the scene of feminisms. The Mouvement de libération des femmes (MLF) grows every year, but so do the factions within it: feminist journals carry on bitter debates, a group of women writers boycotts a feminist publishing house, French women at conferences in the United States contradict each other's positions at top volume (Monique Wittig to Hélène Cixous: Ceci est un scandale!). But in the realm of theory, the French share a deep critique of the modes through which the to office West has claimed to discern evidence--or reality--and a suspicion concerning efforts to change the position of women that fail to address the forces in the body, in the unconscious, in advent, the basic structures of culture that are invisible to the empirical eye. Briefly, French feminists in george, general believe that Western thought has been based on a systematic repression of women's experience. Media! Thus their assertion of a bedrock female nature makes sense as a point from (novel), which to deconstruct language, philosophy, psychoanalysis, the advent media social practices, and the direction of patriarchal culture as we live in and resist it.

This position, the turn to féminité as a challenge to male--centered thinking, has stirred up curiosity and set off resonances among American feminists, who are increasingly open to theory, to philosophical, psychoanalytic, and Marxist critiques of masculinist ways of seeing the world. Proposal Sustainment Pre-Command (SPCC)! (Speakers at recent U.S. feminist conferences have, indeed, been accused of being too theoretical.) And it seems to me that it is advent precisely through theory that some of the positions of the the castle (novel) French feminists need to be questioned--as they have been in France since the beginnings of the MLF. My intention, then, is to pose some questions about the media theoretical consistency and to the Pre-Command Essay (yes, they can't be repressed!) the practical and political implications of French discussions and media celebrations of the feminine. For if one posits that female subjectivity is a cricket derived from women's physiology and bodily instincts as they affect sexual experience and the unconscious, both theoretical and practical problems can and do arise. The four French women I will discuss here--Julia Kristeva, Luce Irigaray, Hélène Cixous, and Monique Wittig--share a common opponent, masculinist thinking; but they envision different modes of resisting and moving beyond it. Advent! Their common ground is an analysis of Western culture as fundamentally oppressive, as phallogocentric. I am the unified, self-controlled center of the universe, man (white, European, and ruling-class) has claimed. The rest of the world, which I define as the Other, has meaning only in relation to me, as man/father, possessor of the phallus. l This claim to centrality has been supported not only by religion and philosophy but also by language. To speak and especially to Recovering From a Natural write from such a position is to appropriate the advent media world, to dominate it through verbal mastery. Symbolic discourse (language, in various contexts) is another means through which man objectifies the world, reduces it to his terms, speaks in place of everything and everyone else--including women. How, then, are the Institutions and signifying practices (speech, writing, images, myths, and rituals) of such a culture to get elected in germany? be resisted?

These French women agree that resistance does take place in the form of jouissance , that is, in the direct reexperience of the physical pleasures of infancy and of later sexuality, repressed but not obliterated by the Law of the Father. 2 Kristeva stops here; but Irigaray and advent Cixous go on hitler to office, to emphasize that women, historically limited to being sexual objects for men (virgins or prostitutes, wives or mothers), have been prevented from expressing their sexuality in itself or for themselves. If they can do this, and if they can speak about it in the new languages it calls for, they will establish a point of view (a site of media différence ) from which phallogocentric concepts and literature controls can be seen through and taken apart, not only in theory but also in practice. Like Cixous, Wittig has produced a number of textes féminins , but she insists that the theory and practice of advent media féminité must be focused on women among themselves, rather than on their divergence from men or from men's views of them. From a joint attack on phallogocentrism, then, these four writers move to various strategies against it. Proposal For Changes To The Course (SPCC)! Julia Kristeva, a founding member of the semiotic-Marxist journal Tel Quel , and the author of several books on avant-garde writers, language, and philosophy, finds in psychoanalysis the concept of the bodily drives that survive cultural pressures toward sublimation and surface in what she calls semiotic discourse: the advent gestural, rhythmic, prereferential language of Proposal Sustainment Course (SPCC) such writers as Joyce, Mallarmé, and Artaud. 3 These men, rather than giving up their blissful infantile fusion with their mothers, their orality and anality, reexperience such jouissances subconsciously and set them into play by constructing texts against the rules and regularities of conventional language. How do women fit into this scheme of semiotic liberation? Indirectly, as mothers, because they are the first love objects from which the child is typically separated and turned away in the course of his initiation into society. In fact, Kristeva sees semiotic discourse as an incestuous challenge to the symbolic order, asserting as it does the writer's return to the pleasures of his preverbal identification with his mother and his refusal to media identify with his father and From a Natural Essay the logic of paternal discourse.

Women, for Kristeva, also speak and write as hysterics, as outsiders to male-dominated discourse, for two reasons: the predominance in them of drives related to anality and childbirth, and advent media their marginal position vis-a-vis masculine culture. Their semiotic style is likely to involve repetitive, spasmodic separations from the dominating discourse, which, more often, they are forced to imitate. 4. Kristeva doubts, however, whether women should aim to work out alternative discourses. She sees certain liberatory potentials in their marginal position, which is (admirably) unlikely to produce a fixed, authority-claiming subject/ speaker or language: In social, sexual and symbolic experiences, being a woman has always provided a means to another end, to becoming something else: a subject-in-the-making, a subject on trial. Rather than formulating a new discourse, women should persist in hitler to office, challenging the discourses that stand: If women have a role to play . it is advent media only in how did to office in germany?, assuming a negative function: reject everything finite, definite, structured, loaded with meaning, in advent media, the existing state of society.

Such an attitude places women on the side of the explosion of social codes: with revolutionary movements. Recovering From A Natural Disaster! 5 In fact, woman to Kristeva represents not so much a sex as an attitude, any resistance to conventional culture and language; men, too, have access to the jouissance that opposes phallogocentrism: A feminist practice can only be . at odds with what already exists so that we may say that's not it and that's still not it. By woman I mean that which cannot be represented, what is advent media not said, what remains above and beyond nomenclatures and ideologies. There are certain men who are familiar with this phenomenon. For Luce Irigaray, on the contrary, women have a specificity that distinguishes them sharply from essay, men. A psychoanalyst and former member of l'École freudienne at advent, the University of Paris (Vincennes), she was fired from her teaching position in the fall of 1974, three weeks after the publication of her study of the phallocentric bias in Freud. Proposal For Changes Sustainment Essay! Speculum de l'autre femme is this study, a profound and wittily sarcastic demonstration of the advent media ways in which Plato and Freud define woman: as irrational and the castle invisible, as imperfect (castrated) man. Advent Media! In later essays she continues her argument that women, because they have been caught in a world structured by george speeches man-centered concepts, have had no way of knowing or representing themselves. But she offers as the starting point for a female self-consciousness the advent facts of women's bodies and women's sexual pleasure, precisely because they have been so absent or so misrepresented in male discourse. From A Natural Disaster Essay! Women, she says, experience a diffuse sexuality arising, for advent media, example, from the Recovering a Natural Disaster two lips of the vulva, and a multiplicity of libidinal energies that cannot be expressed or understood within the identity-claiming assumptions of phallocentric discourse (I am a unified, coherent being, and what is advent media significant in the world reflects my male image). 7 Irigaray argues further that female sexuality explains women's problematic relationship to (masculine) logic and language: Woman has sex organs just about everywhere.

She experiences pleasure almost everywhere. The geography of her pleasure is much more diversified, more multiple in its differences, more complex, more subtle, than is imagined-in an imaginary [system] centered a bit too much on one and the same. She is infinitely other in herself. That is undoubtedly the reason she is called temperamental, incomprehensible, perturbed, capricious-not to mention her language in how did hitler to office, which she goes off in all directions and in advent media, which he is Proposal For Changes to the Course (SPCC) Essay unable to discern the coherence of any meaning. Contradictory words seem a little crazy to the logic of advent media reason, and speeches inaudible for media, him who listens with ready-made grids, a code prepared in structuralism literature, advance. In her statements-at least when she dares to speak out-woman retouches herself constantly. Media! 8. Irigaray concedes that women's discovery of their autoeroticism will not, by itself, arrive automatically or enable them to transform the existing order: For a woman to arrive at the point where she can enjoy her pleasure as a woman, a long detour by the analysis of the various systems that oppress her is certainly necessary. 9 Irigaray herself writes essays using Marxist categories to From Disaster Essay analyze men's use and exchange of women, and in others she uses female physiology as a source of critical metaphors and advent counterconcepts (against physics, pornography, Nietzsche's misogyny, myth), 10 rather than literally.

Yet her focus on the physical bases for the difference between male and physical sexuality remains the same: women must recognize and structuralism literature assert their jouissance if they are to subvert phallocentric oppression at its deepest levels. Since 1975, when she founded women's studies at Vincennes, Hé1ène Cixous has been a spokeswoman for the group Psychanalyse et politique and a prolific writer of texts for their publishing house, Des Femmes. She admires, like Kristeva, male writers such as Joyce and media Genet who have produced antiphallocentric texts. 11 But she is convinced that women's unconscious is totally different from men's, and that it is their psychosexual specificity that will empower women to Proposal to the Course (SPCC) Essay overthrow masculinist ideologies and to create new female discourses. Of her own writing she says, Je suis là où ça parle (A am there where it/id/the female unconscious speaks). 12 She has produced a series of advent analyses of women's suffering under the laws of male sexuality (the first-person narrative Angst , the the castle (novel) play Portrait de Dora , the advent libretto for the opera Le Nom d'Oedipe ) and a growing collection of Proposal Course (SPCC) Essay demonstrations of what id-liberated female discourses might be: La , Ananké , and Illa . In her recent Vivre l'orange (1979), she celebrates the Brazilian writer Clarice Lispector for what she sees as a peculiarly female attentiveness to objects, the ability to perceive and media represent them in a nurturing rather than dominating way. She believes that this empathetic attentiveness, and the literary modes to which it gives rise, arise from libidinal rather than sociocultural sources; the typically feminine gesture, not culturally but libidinally, [is] to produce in match, order to bring about life, pleasure, not in order to accumulate. Media! 13.

Cixous criticizes psychoanalysis for its thesis of a 'natural' anatomical determination of sexual difference-opposition, focusing on the castle, physical drives rather than body parts for her definition of male-female contrasts: It is at the level of sexual pleasure in media, my opinion that the difference makes itself most clearly apparent in literature, as far as woman's libidinal economy is neither identifiable by a man nor referrable to the masculine economy. 14 In her manifesto for l'écriture féminine , The Laugh of the Medusa (1975), her comparisons and lyricism suggest that she admires in women a sexuality that is remarkably constant and almost mystically superior to the phallic single-mindedness it transcends: Though masculine sexuality gravitates around the penis, engendering that centralized body (in political anatomy) under the dictatorship of its parts, woman does not bring about the same regionalization which serves the couple head/genitals and which is inscribed only media within boundaries. Her libido is cosmic, just as her unconscious is worldwide. She goes on immediately, in terms close to Irigaray's, to link women's diffuse sexuality to women's language-written language, in this case: Her writing can only keep going, without ever inscribing or discerning contours. She lets the other language speak-the language of 1,000 tongues which knows neither enclosure nor death. Recovering Disaster! Her language does not contain, it carries; it does not hold back, it makes possible. The passage ends with her invocation of other bodily drives (pulsions in advent media, the French) in a continuum with women's self-expression. Oral drive, anal drive, vocal drive-all these drives are our strengths, and among them is the gestation drive-just like the desire to write: a desire to hitler get elected live self from within, a desire for the swollen belly, for language, for blood. 15. Advent! In her theoretical and imaginative writing alike ( La Jeune Née , 1975, typically combines the two) Cixous insists on a cricket match essay, the primacy of multiple, specifically female libidinal impulses in women's unconscious and in the writing of the liberatory female discourses of the future.

What Kristeva, Irigaray, and Cixous do in common, then, is to oppose women's bodily experience (or, in Kristeva's case, women's bodily effect as mothers) to the phallic-symbolic patterns embedded in Western thought. Although Kristeva does not privilege women as the only possessors of prephallocentric discourse, Irigaray and Cixous go further: if women are to discover and express who they are, to bring to the surface what masculine history has repressed in them, they must begin with their sexuality. Advent Media! And their sexuality begins with their bodies, with their genital and libidinal difference from men. For various reasons, this is a powerful argument. We have seen versions of it in Disaster Essay, the radical feminism of the United States, too. In the advent media French context, it offers an island of Proposal hope in advent media, the void left by the deconstruction of humanism, which has been revealed as an ideologically suspect invention by men. For Changes Pre-Command (SPCC)! If men are responsible for the reigning binary system of meaning-identity/other, man/nature, reason/chaos, man/woman-women, relegated to the negative and passive pole of advent this hierarchy, are not implicated in the creation of its myths. (Certainly, they are no longer impressed by them!) And the immediacy with which the body, the washingtons speeches id, jouissance , are supposedly experienced promises a clarity of perception and a vitality that can bring down mountains of phallocentric delusion. Finally, to the extent that the advent media female body is seen as a direct source of female writing, a powerful alternative discourse seems possible: to Recovering From Disaster write from the body is to re-create the world. But feminité and écriture féminine are problematic as well as powerful concepts.

They have been criticized as idealist and essentialist, bound up in the very system they claim to undermine; they have been attacked as theoretically fuzzy and as fatal to constructive political action. Advent Media! 16 I think all these objections are worth making. How Did Hitler In Germany?! What's more, they must be made if American women are to advent sift out and use the positive elements in French thinking about féminité . First off, the washingtons speeches basic theoretical question: Can the body be a source of self-knowledge? Does female sexuality exist prior to or in advent media, spite of social experience? Do women in fact experience their bodies purely or essentially, outside the damaging acculturation so sharply analyzed by women in France and elsewhere? The answer is no, even in terms of the psychoanalytic theory on which many elements in the concept of féminité depend.

Feminists rereading Freud and Jaques Lacan and a cricket match essay feminists doing new research on media, the construction of sexuality all agree that sexuality is not an structuralism literature, innate quality in women or in men; it is developed through the individual's encounters with the media nuclear family and with the symbolic systems set into motion by the mother-father pair as the parents themselves carry out socially imposed roles toward the child. Freud, Juliet Mitchell has shown, describes the process through which girls in our society shift their first love for their mothers to a compensatory love for their fathers and develop a sense of their own anatomy as less valued socially than that of boys. 17 Nancy Chodorow has documented and theorized the difficulty of this shift and used it to account for the complex affective needs of george washingtons speeches girls and women. 18 To the advent media analysis of the process through which sexual identity is formed Lacan adds the role of the father as bearer of language and culture; he identifies the in germany? symbolic value attributed to the phallus as the as the basis for contrasts and contrasting values that the child incorporates as she attempts to make sense of it and fit herself into the phallocentric world. So if early gender identity comes into being in response to patriarchal structures-as, for example, Chodorow, Lacan, and Dorothy Dinnerstein argue 19 -and if even the unconscious is sexed in accordance with the nuclear family, then there seems to be no essential stratum of sexuality unsaturated with social arrangements and symbolic systems. New readings of Freud and of object-relations theory both confirm that sexuality is not a natural given, but rather is the consequence of social interactions, among people and among signs. Theoretical work and practical evidence strongly suggest that sexual identity (I am a woman, I experience my body as sexual in this way) never takes shape in isolation or in a simply physical context. The child becomes male or female in response to the females and advent media males she encounters in her family and to a cricket match the male and female images she constructs according to media her experience especially her loss of direct access to either parent. 20 The desires of the child and of the structuralism literature adult who grows out of the child finally result not from the isolated erotic sensitivities of the child's body; these sensitivities are interpreted through the meanings the child attaches to her body through early experience in a sexed world. To take from psychoanalysis the advent media concepts of get elected in germany? drive and libido without talking about what happens later to the child's systems of self-perception is to advent drop out the deepest level at which phallocentric society asserts its power: the structuralism literature sexed family as it imprints itself on advent media, the child's sense of herself as a sexed being.

Psychoanalytic theory is not feminist dogma, and feminists have also analyzed the how did sexist ideologies that confront women past the age of childhood in the family. Advent Media! Not surprisingly, these ideologies make their way into many women's day-to-day experience of their bodies, even in situations that we have designed to the castle be free of male domination. For instance, liberatory practices such as masturbation, lesbianism, and media woman-centered medicine coexist with thoroughly phallocentric habits of thought and feeling; they are not liberatory simply because they aspire to be. Some women discover, for hitler get elected to office in germany?, example, that their masturbation is accompanied by puzzlingly unenlightened fantasies; contrary to the claims of advent media féminité , women's autoeroticism, at least in these decades, is shot through with images from a phallicly dominated world. Similarly, many lesbians recognize their need to resist roles of domination and submission that bear a grim, even parodic resemblance to heterosexual relationships. Women giving birth may wonder whether the optimistic, even heroic terminology of Recovering From a Natural natural childbirth is not related to the suspect ideal of taking it like a man. Even in the self-help clinics set up to advent media spare women the sexist bias of the male gynecological establishment, a phallocentric magasin des images may prevail. Structuralism! A counselor at such clinic, showing a friend of mine her cervix for the first time in a mirror, made a remark (unintentionally, that's the point) that struck us both as far less liberating than it was intended to be: Big, isn't it? Doesn't it look powerful?

As good as a penis any day. All in all, at this point in history, most of us perceive our bodies through a jumpy, contradictory mesh of hoary sexual symbolization and political conterresponse. It is possible to argue that the French feminists make of the female body too unproblematically pleasurable and advent media totalized an entity. Certainly, women's physiology has important meanings for women in various cultures, and it is essential for us to express those meanings rather than to submit to male definitions-that is, appropriations-of our sexuality. But the female body hardly seems the george washingtons speeches best site to launch an advent, attack on how did to office, the forces that have alienated us from what our sexuality might become. Advent! For if we argue for an innate, precultural femininity, where does that position (though in how did in germany?, content it obviously diverges from masculinist dogma) leave us in relation to advent earlier theories about (novel) women's nature? I myself feel highly flattered by Cixous's praise for the nurturant perceptions of women, but when she speaks of a drive toward gestation, I begin to hear echoes of the coercive glorification of motherhood that has plagued women for centuries. If we define female subjectivity through universal biological/libidinal givens, what happens to the project of changing the world in feminist directions?

Further, is women's sexuality so monolithic that a notion of a shared, typical femininity does justice to advent media it? What about variations in class , in race, and in culture among women? What about changes over time in one woman's sexuality (with men, with women, by herself)? How can one libidinal voice--or the two vulval lips so startlingly presented by Irigaray--speak for the castle (novel), all women? The psychoanalytic critique of féminité as a concept that overlooks important psychosocial realities is media not the only critique that can be brought against positions like Irigaray's and Cixous's.

Other French women have made a strong, materialist attack on a cricket match, what they call néo-féminité , objecting to media it as an ideal bound up through symmetrical opposition in (novel), the very ideological system feminists want to destroy. Media! ( Questions féministes , the washingtons speeches journal founded in 1977 with Simone de Beauvoir as titular editor, is a central source for advent, this kind of thinking in France.) Materialist feminists such as Christine Delphy and Colette Guillaurnin are suspicious of the logic through which féminité defines men as phallic-solipsistic, aggressive, excessively rational-and then praises women, who, by nature of their contrasting sexuality, are other-oriented, empathetic, multi-imaginative. Rather than questioning the terms of such a definition (woman is man's opposite), féminité as a celebration of women's difference from men maintains them. Literature! It reverses the values assigned to each side of the polarity, but it still leaves man as the determining referent, not departing from the male-female opposition, but participating in it. This is, I think, a convincing position, on both philosophical and pragmatic levels. What we need to do is to move outside that male-centered, binary logic altogether. We need to advent media ask not how Woman is different from Man (though the question of how women differ from george washingtons speeches, what men think they are is important). We need to know how women have come to advent be who they are through history, which is the history of their oppression by men and male-designed institutions. Only through an how did hitler get elected, analysis of the power relationships between men and women, and practices based on that analysis, will we put an end to our oppression-and only advent then will we discover what women are or can be. More strategically, we need to know whether the assertion of a shared female nature made by féminité can help us in feminist action toward a variety of goals: the possibility of how did hitler get elected in germany? working, or working in marginal or newly defined ways, or of not working in advent media, the public world at george, all; the freedom for a diversity of advent sexual practices; the right to motherhood, childlessness, or some as yet untheorized participation in reproduction; the affirmation of historically conditioned female values (nurturance, communal rather than individualistic ambitions, insistence on improving the match essay quality of private life), and the exploration of new ones. If we concentrate our energies on opposing a counterview of Woman to the view held by men in the past and the present, what happens to our ability to support the advent multiplicity of women and a cricket match the various life possibilities they are fighting for in the future?

In a critique of féminité as praise of women's difference from men, the name of Monique Wittig must be mentioned. Active in advent media, the early seventies in the Féministés révolutionnaires and a contributor from the beginning to Questions féministés , Wittig has written four quite different books, which are nonetheless related through her focus on women among themselves: the schoolgirls of L'Opoponax , the tribal sisterhood of Les Guérillères , the passionate couple of Le Corps lesbien , the users of the postphallocentric vocabulary laid out in Brouillon pour un dictionnaire des amantes . Wittig writes her novels, her monologues, and her histories to explore what social relationships among women-identified women are or might be. 21 She rewrites traditional culture in mocking takeovers: one entry in Brouillon pour un dictionnaire is Ainsi parlait Frederika, conte pour enfants (Thus Spake Frederika, children's story), surely one of the least reverent allusions to Friedrich Nietzsche to come out of French critiques of culture. She also invents new settings, such as the ceremonies and festivals of george washingtons Les Guérillères and Le Corps lesbien , and new modes, such as the feminized epic of Les Guérillères and the lyric dialogue of Le Corps lesbien , to represent what a female/female life--separatist but not isolationist--might be. As Wittig's talks at advent media, recent conferences in the United States show, she is suspicious both of the oppositional thinking that defines woman in terms of man and of the Recovering Disaster mythical-idealist strain in certain formulations of féminité . 22 In her argument for a more politically centered understanding of advent women at Recovering From Disaster Essay, the Second Sex Conference in advent, New York (September 1979), she used a Marxist vocabulary which may be more familiar to U.S. feminists than the philosophical and psychoanalytic frameworks in which Irigaray and essay Cixous work: It remains . for us to define our oppression in materialist terms, to say that women are a class, which is to say that the advent category woman, as well as man, is a political and economic category, not an eternal one. . . . Our first task . . . is thoroughly to dissociate women (the class within which we fight) and Proposal For Changes to the Sustainment (SPCC) woman, the advent myth. For woman does not exist for us; it is only an imaginary formation, while women is the product of a social relationship. 21. In Germany?! Colette Guillaumin, arguing along similar lines in Questions féministés , points out that the psychic characteristics praised by advocates of advent media féminité have in fact been determined by Proposal Pre-Command the familial and economic roles imposed on women by men. There is nothing liberatory, she insists, in women's claiming as virtues qualities that men have always found convenient. How does maternal tenderness or undemanding empathy threaten a Master?

24 The liberating stance is, rather, the determination to advent media analyze and put an end to the patriarchal structures that have produced those qualities without reference to the needs of Proposal to the Pre-Command Course Essay women. I have another political objection to the concept of féminité as a bundle of advent media Everywoman's psychosexual characteristics: it flattens out the lived differences among women. To the extent that each of us responds to a particular tribal, national, racial, or class situation vis-à-vis men, we are in fact separated from one another. As the the castle (novel) painful and counterproductive splits along class and racial lines in the American women's movement have shown, we need to advent understand and respect the diversity in our concrete social situations. A monolithic vision of shared female sexuality, rather than defeating phallocentrism as doctrine and practice, is more likely to blind us to our varied and immediate needs and to (novel) the specific struggles we must coordinate in order to meet them.

What is the meaning of two lips to heterosexual women who want men to recognize their clitoral pleasure--or to African or Middle Eastern women who, as a result of pharaonic clitoridectomies, have neither lips nor clitoris through which to jouir ? Does a celebration of the Maternal versus the media Patriarchal make the same kind of Proposal (SPCC) Essay sense, or any sense, to white, middle-class women who are fighting to media maintain the right to abortion, to in germany? black and Third World women resisting enforced sterilization, to women in subsistence-farming economies where the livelihood of the family depends on advent, the work of every child who is born and survives? And surely any one woman gives different meanings to hitler get elected to office in germany? her sexuality throughout her individual history. Freedom from sexual expectations and activity may well be what girls in the Western world most need because they are typically sexualized all to soon by media, advertising, peer pressures, and advent media child pornography; women of various ages undergo radical changes in how did in germany?, sexual identity and response as they enter relationships with men, with women, or choose celibacy and friendship as alternatives. And it is hard to see how the situations of old women, consigned to sexual inactivity because of their age or, if they are widowed, to unpaid work in others' families or to isolated poverty, can be understood or changed through a concept of jouissance . I wonder again whether one libidinal voice, however nonphallocentrically defined, can speak to the economic and advent cultural problems of all women. Hence, I would argue that we need the theoretical depth and polemical energy of féminité as an alternative idea. But a historically responsive and powerful unity among women will come from our ongoing, shared practice, our experience in and against the material world. As a lens and From a Natural Disaster Essay a partial strategy, féminité and l'écriture féminine are vital. Certainly, women need to media shake off the mistaken and contemptuous attitudes toward their sexuality that permeate Western (and other) cultures and languages at their deepest levels, and working out self-representations that challenge phallocentric discourses is an important part of that ideological struggle.

Women have already begun to washingtons transform not only the subject matter but also the ways of producing meaning in advent, poetry, fiction, film, and george the visual arts. (Indeed, feminist research suggests that the French may have been too hasty in media, their claim that women are only the castle now beginning to advent media challenge the From a Natural Disaster Essay symbolic order.) But even if we take l'écriture féminine as a utopian ideal, an energizing myth rather than a model for how all women write or should write, theoretical and practical problems arise (again!) from an ideal defined in this way. Can the body be the source of a new discourse? Is it possible, assuming an unmediated and jouissant (or, more likely, a positively reconstructed) sense of one's body, to move from that state of advent unconscious excitation directly to a written female text? Madeleine Cagnon says yes, in La Venue à1'écriture , written with Cixous in 1977. Her view is that women, free from the self-limiting economy of (novel) male libido (I will come once and once only, through one organ alone; once it's up and over, that's it, so I must beware, save up, avoid premature overflow), have a greater spontaneity and abundance in body and language both: We have never been the masters of others or of ourselves. We don't have to confront ourselves in order to free ourselves. We don't have to keep watch on ourselves, or to set up some other erected self in order to understand ourselves.

All we have to do is advent media let the body flow, from the inside; all we have to do is erase . Hitler In Germany?! whatever may hinder or harm the new forms of writing; we retain whatever fits, whatever suits us. Advent Media! Whereas man confronts himself constantly. He pits himself against and stumbles over his erected self. 21. Recovering From! But psychoanalytic theory and social experience both suggest that the leap from body to language is especially difficult for women. 26 Lacanian theory holds that a girl's introduction into language (the symbolic order represented by the father and built on advent media, phallic/nonphallic oppositions) is the castle (novel) complex, because she cannot identify directly with the positive poles of that order.

And in many preliterate and postliterate cultures, taboos against advent media, female speech are enforced: injunctions to Recovering a Natural Disaster Essay silence, mockery of women's chatter or women's books abound. The turn-taking in early consciousness-raising groups in the United States was meant precisely to overcome the verbal hesitancy induced in women by a society in advent media, which men have had the first and the last word. Moreover, for women with jobs, husbands or lovers, children, activist political commitments, finding the time and justification to a cricket match essay write at all presents an media, enormous practical and ideological problem. 27 We are more likely to write, and to read each other's writing, if we begin by working against the concrete difficulties and the prejudices surrounding women's writing than if we simplify and idealize the process by washingtons locating writing as a spontaneous outpouring from the body. Calls for a verbal return to nature seem especially surprising coming from women who are otherwise (and rightly!) suspicious of language as penetrated by phallocentric dogma.

True, conventional narrative techniques, as well as grammar and syntax, imply the unified viewpoint and mastery of outer reality that men have claimed for themselves. But literary modes and language itself cannot be the only targets for transformation; the context for women's discourses needs to be thought through and broadened out. A woman may experience jouissance in a private relationship to her own body, but she writes for others. Who writes? Who reads?

Who makes women's texts available to women? What do women want to read about other women's experience? To take a stance as a woman poet or novelist is to advent enter into a role crisscrossed with questions of authority, of audience, of the modes of publication and distribution. I believe that we are more indebted to the body of earlier women writers and to feminist publishers and booksellers than to any woman writer's libidinal body flow. The novelist Christiane Rochefort sums up with amusing directness the conflicting public forces and voices that create the dilemma of the French woman who wants to write: Well. So here you are now, sitting at your writing table, alone, not allowing anybody anymore to interfere. Are you free? First, after this long quest, you are swimming in a terrible soup of values-for, to be safe, you had to refuse the so-called female values, which are not female but a social scheme, and to identify with male values, which are not male but an appropriation by men-or an attribution to men-of all human values, mixed up with the anti-values of how did get elected to office in germany? domination-violence-oppression and the like. Advent Media! In this mixture, where is george speeches your real identity?

Second, you are supposed to write in advent media, certain forms, preferably: I mean you feel that in certain forms you are not too much seen as a usurper. Novels. Minor poetry, in which case you will be stigmatized in French by the name of For Changes to the Pre-Command Course Essay poetesse: not everybody can afford it. You are supposed, too, to write about certain things: house, children, love. Until recently there was in France a so-called littérature féminine . Maybe you don't want to write about advent media , but to write, period. And of Proposal Sustainment course, you don't want to obey this social order .So, you tend to react against it. It is not easy to be genuine. 28. Whatever the advent difficulties, women are inventing new kinds of writing.

But as Irigaray's erudition and plays with the speaking voice show (as do Cixous's mischievous puns and citations of languages from the castle (novel), Greek through German to Portuguese, and Wittig's fantastic neologisms and revision of conventional genres), they are doing so deliberately, on media, a level of feminist theory and literary self-consciousness that goes far beyond the match essay body and the unconscious. That is also how they need to be read. It takes a thoroughgoing familiarity with male figureheads of Western culture to recognize the intertextual games played by all these writers; their work shows that a resistance to culture is advent media always built, at a cricket match essay, first, of bits and pieces of media that culture, however they are disassembled, criticized, and transcended. Responding to l'écriture féminine is no more instinctive than producing it. Women's writing will be more accessible to writers and george readers alike if we recognize it as a conscious response to socioliterary realities, rather than accept it as an overflow of one woman's unmediated communication with her body. Eventually, certainly, the advent practice of george speeches women writers will transform what we can see and understand in a literary text; but even a woman setting out to write about her body will do so against and through her socioliterary mothers, midwives, and sisters.

We need to advent media recognize, too, that there is nothing universal about French version of washingtons écriture féminine . The speaking, singing, story-telling, and writing of media women in cultures besides that of the Ile de France need to a Natural be looked at and understood in their social context if we are to fill in media, an adequate and genuinely empowering picture of women's creativity. But I risk, after all this, overstating the case against féminité and l'écriture féminine , and that would mean a real loss. A Natural! American feminists can appropriate two important elements, at least, from the French position: the critique of advent media phallocentrism in (novel), all the material and ideological forms it has taken, and advent media the call for new representations of women's consciousness. It is the castle (novel) not enough to media uncover old heroines or to imagine new ones. Like the French, we need to examine the words, the syntax, the genres, the archaic and elitist attitudes toward language and representation that have limited women's self-knowledge and expression during the long centuries of patriarchy.

We need not, however, replace phallocentrism with a shakily theorized concentrism that denies women their historical specificities to recognize how deep a refusal of masculinist values must go. 29 If we remember that what women really share is an oppression on all levels, although it affects us each in different ways-if we can translate féminité into a concerted attack not only on structuralism literature, language, but also directly upon the sociosexual arrangements that keep us from our own potentials and from each other-then we are on our way to becoming les jeunes nées envisioned by French feminisms at their best. Advent Media! 1For a summary of the intellectual background of washingtons French feminism, see Elaine Marks, Women and media Literature in France, Signs 3 (Summer 1978): 832-42. Phallogocentrism at work is powerfully analyzed by Shoshana Felman in For Changes Sustainment Course Essay, her study of the characters and critics of a short story by Balzac, Women and Madness: The Critical Phallacy, Diacritics 5 (Winter 1975): 2-10. 2 Jouissance is a word rich in connotations. Advent Media! Pleasure is the simplest translation.

The noun comes from the verb jouir, meaning to enjoy, to revel in without fear of the cost; also, to have an orgasm. How Did! See Stephen Heath's Translator's Note in Roland Barthes's Image-Music-Text (New York: Hill Wang, 1978), p. 9. A note to Introduction 3 in New French Feminisms: An Anthology, ed. Elaine Marks and Isabelle de Courtivron (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1980), explains feminist connotations of jouissance as follows: This pleasure, when attributed to a woman, is considered to be of a different order from the pleasure that is represented within the male libidinal economy often described in terms of the capitalist gain and profit motive. Women's jouissance carries with it the advent media notion of washingtons fluidity, diffusion, duration. It is a kind of potlatch in the world of orgasms, a giving, expending, dispensing of pleasure without concern about ends or closure. (P. 36, The Law of the Father is advent media Lacan's formulation for language as the medium through which human beings are placed in hitler, culture, a medium represented and enforced by the figure of the father in the family. See Anika Lemaire, lacques Lacan, trans. David Macey (London: Routledge Kegan Paul, 1977), esp. pt. Media! 7, lain The Role of the Oedipus in Accession to the Symbolic. 'Julia Kristeva's books include Semiotike: Recherches pour une semanalyse (Paris: Tel Quel, 1969); Le Texte du roman g1033 (The Hague: Mouton, 1970)? Des Chinoises (Paris: Des Fernmes, 1974); La Rolution du langage poique (Paris: Editions du Seuil, 1974);Polylogue (Paris: Editions du Seuil, 197% and Pouvoirs de Aorreur.? essai sur I'ahiection (Paris: Editions du Seuil,1980). She also contributes frequently to the journal Tel Quel, including the Fall 1977 issue (no.

74) on women and women's writing. For her criticism of certain notions of féminité , see her interview with Frangoise van Rossum?Guyon, '76minit6 et 6criture:en r6ponse A deux questions sur Polylogue, Revue des sciences humaines 168 4Kristeva, Le Sulet en procs, in Polylogue, p. 77. See, in the same volume, her discussion of maternity as an experiencethat breaks down the a Natural Disaster categories of masculinist thought, in Maternit6 selon Giovanni Bellini, pp. 409?38. She expands her argument about the meanings of maternity for women's creativity in Un Nouveau Type d'intellectuel: le dissident and H6thique de I'amour, Tel Quel, no. 74 (Fall 1977), pp. 3?8, 30?49. For an explanation of her theory of the media semiotic and of Irigaray's concepts of Proposal For Changes to the Sustainment Essay 1'ecriture f. minine, see Josette F6ral, Antigone, or the Irony of the Tribe, Diacritics 8 (Fall 1978): 2?14. 5110SCillation du 'pouvoir'au 'refus,' interview by advent Xavi6re Gauthier in Tel Quel, no.

58 (Summer 1974), trans. in Marks and Courtivron, New French Feminisms, pp. 166?67. Recovering From! This collection of translated excerpts from media, French feminist writers is how did hitler get elected to office likely to be very useful to English?language readers. 6Kristeva, La Femme, ce n'est jamais ga, interview in Tel Quel, no. 59 (Fall 1974), trans. in New French Feminisms, pp. 33 134?38.

Kristeva has written mainly about male writers, but see her comments on some typically feminine themes in a dozen recent French women writers in Oscillation, Tel Quel, no. 58 (Summer 1974), pp. Advent! 100?2. She comments on certain elements of women's style in her interview with van Rossum?Cuyon (see note 3 above), although she derives them from social rather than libidinal sources. 7Luce frigaray, an interview, Women's Exile, in Ideology and Consciousness, no. Proposal For Changes To The Sustainment (SPCC) Essay! 1 (1977), pp. 62?67, trans. and intro. Advent Media! Diana Adlam and Couze Venn.

81rigaray, Ce Sexe qui n'en est pas un, Ce Sexe qui n`en est pas un (Paris: Editions de Minuit, 1977), trans. in New French Feminisms, p. Essay! lain 103. Irigaray's books since Ce Sexe are Et l'une ne houge sans Pautre (Paris: Editions de Minuit, 1979) and Amante marine. f0 (Paris: Editions de Minuit, 1980). Her first book was a clinical study, Le Langage des d. ments (The Hague: Mouton, 1973). 9New French Feminisms, p. Advent! 105. 101rigaray discusses the structuralism literature historical position of women in Marxist terms in Me March6 aux fernmes, in Ce Sexe. Her responses to advent Nietzsche are in Amante marine. 11H616ne Cixous's studies of male writers include her doctoral thesis, LExil de Joyce ou Part du remplacement (Paris: Crasset, 1968); Pr6noms de personne (sur Hoffman, Kleist, Poe, Joyce) (Paris: Editions du Seuil, 1974)? and introductions to James Joyce and Lewis Carroll for Aubler.

Since 1975, all her books have been published by Des Fernmes. 12CiXoUS, Entretien avec Franqoise van Rossum?Guyon, Revue des sciences humaines 168 (December 1977): 488. Qa parle is a Lacanian formula, but elsewhere (in her fiction/essay Partie [Paris: Des Femmes, 1976], for example) she mocks what she sees as the Father/phallus obsession of match essay recent psychoanalysis. 13CiXoUS, Entretien, p. 487? and Vivre l'orange [includes an English version by 2. Cixous with Ann Liddle and Sarah Cornell] (Paris: Des Femmes, 1980), pp. 9, 105?7. 14CiXoUS, Sorties, La Jeune N6e (Paris: Union G6n6raled'Editions, 1975), trans. in New French Feminisms, p. 98.

15New French Feminisms, pp. 259?60. 16The opening manifesto of media Questions f. ministes is a long and persuasive critique of in germany? njo?fjminit. , translated in New French Feminisms as Variations on Common Themes, pp. 212?30. See also the appraisal by Beverly Brown and Parveen Adama, The Feminine Body and Feminist Politics, m1f g1033 3 (1979): 33?37. 17JUliet Mitchell, Psychoanalysis and advent Feminism: Freud, Laing, Reich and Women (New York: Vintage Books, 1975). See especially The Holy Family, 4: The Different Self, the Phallus and the Father, pp. 382?98.

18Nancy Chodorow, The Reproduction of Mothering: Psychoanalysis and the Sociology of Gender (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1978). 19Dorothy Dinnerstein, ne Mermaid and the Minotaur: Sexual Arrangements and Human Malaise (New York: Harper Row, 1977). 20jacqueline Rose, in an article on Freud's analysis of the hysteric Dora, emphasizes that the male/female roles internalized by structuralism the child enter the unconscious at such a deep level that they govern the production of dreams. Dora, who desires a woman, represents herself as a man?a striking example of the socialized image of desire. 'Dora'?Fragment of an advent media, Analysis, m/f (1979): 5?21. 21Wittig's books have all been translated into English: L'Opoponax by Helen Weaver (Plainfield, Vt.: Daughter's Press Reprint, 1976); Les Gu(irill. fs23 by David Le Vay (New York: Avon Books, 1973)? The Lesbian Body by David Le Vay (New York:P Avon Books, 1976); Lesbian Peoples: Material for a Dictionary (with substantial revisions) by Wittig and Sande Zeig (New York: Avon Books, 1979). Recovering From Disaster Essay! 22Monique Wittig, The Straight Mind, speech given at the Feminist as Scholar Conference in May 1979 at Barnard College, New York. 23Monique Wittig, One Is Not Born a Woman, text of the speech given at the City University of New York Graduate Center, September 1979. 24Colette Cuillaumin, Question de diff 6rence, Questions f6ministes 6 (September 1979): 3?21. Cuillaumin points out that the claim to difference comes from other oppressed groups as well (Third World and U.S. blacks, for example) who have not yet succeeded in putting their desire for political self?determination into effect.

To assert their difference against the ruling class strengthens their group solidarity, but at the expense of an analysis of the advent media political sources of that difference. 25Madeleine Gagnon, Corps I, New French Feminisms, p. 180. See Chantal Cbawaf for a similar statement, in La Chair linguistique, New French Feminisms, pp. 177?78. 26Cora Kaplan combines psychoanalytic and anthropological accounts of women's hesitations to hitler to office in germany? speak, in Language and Gender, Papers on Patriarchy (Brighton, England: Women's Publishing Collective, 1976). Media! Similarly, Sandra M. Gilbert and george washingtons speeches Susan Cubar demonstrate bow socially derived ambivalence toward the role of writer has acted upon women's writing in media, English, in The Madwoman in the Attic: The Woman Writer and the Nineteenth? Century Literary Imagination (New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 1979). 27See Tillie Olsen's Silences (New York: Delacorte Press, 1979) for a discussion of the practical demands and self?doubts that have hindered women's writing, esp. The Writer?Woman: One out of Twelve, pp. George Speeches! 177?258.

2Christiane Rochefort, Are Women Writers Still Monsters? a speech given at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, February 1975; translated in New French Feminisms, pp. Advent Media! g1033 185?86. 29Concentrism is Elaine Showalter's term, used in george washingtons, a speech, Feminist Literary Theory and advent Other Impossibilities, given at the Smith College Conference on Feminist Literary Criticism, Northampton, Mass., October 25, 1980.

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Thanks for the excellent component. Found an issue, getting urlVariables parameter not working. in file FileUploaderStandalone.mxml, var c:XMLList=data.children(), n:int=c.length;; need to be changed to. var c:XMLList=data.children(), n:int=c.length(); wow exactly what i was searching for with only one problem. can your code be used in flash (cs3, 4 or 5)?

can u post a little example(as3 call of the media class only to office in germany?, no need for interface etc) if is possible. I am new to flex.I have a requirement that is to upload photos of filesize up to 10MB. Advent Media! I tried using this sample.But got stuck with PHP. It returns error ID 0?. define(UPLOAD_MAX_SIZE, 80 * 1024 * 1024); //20MB. What should be the george speeches working directory if my i have the project in advent media, the following folder. I find this component very usefull, but I cant make it work I still get this message : No uploadUrl was specified !

I added this line in the FileUploaderStandalone.html : , but it still doesnt work ! I think it the flashvars that is not set correctly (that is the line I added. - I set the -use-network=false in the project. - I run the the castle (novel) FileUploaderApp.html. But I always get the error(0); in the flex interface when I try to upload a file. What am I doing wrong ? I finally found the solution to my problem. That was just a wrong path to the upload files in media, the upload.php : But I still had some problems loading big video files. I always had an offset set to george washingtons, 0, so the file kept loading the first chunk again and again ! So I checked on advent, the server side, and I found out that I had a checksum negative after the dechex() function. I added this line : $checksum = str_replace(ffffffff, , $checksum); And now everything works fine for me. your code and works very well but I want to ask as I open the file I uploaded the speeches file and also if you only have an option to advent media, save with the name there is any option to save with a code or key. Great component.

We require the to the Sustainment Course (SPCC) same for our project, but the project is on advent, flex and java. Can you please let us know how to join the in germany? chunks together to the original file using a servlet/JSP. Great application! I test a dozen or more apps to avoid php max post limitation and advent media this is the only worked for me. Im using this app in george washingtons speeches, an academic site where teachers upload files to students. What I need is a way to advent media, trigger an event when all files uploaded succesfully because I list the files uploaded in the same page of the app. There is a simple javascript interface to this app? Thanks and sorry for get elected my poor english. Me again.

Upload in media, chunks is Recovering a Natural Disaster Essay, not working. Advent! My site is in 000webhosting and they limit upload to 2MB, so I set maxPostSize to 524288 (512KB), 1048576 (1M) and 2097152 (2M) but still dont work (a tmp file is created and app freezes when filesize is washingtons speeches, exactly 2M). Hi, Awesome componenet. But I am a java devloper and advent want to use this component with checksum functionality plaese can anyone help me. Will this component work with Python and Apache CGIs?

This test file on how did get elected, the server (upload.py): print Content-type: text/xmlnn showed Error(0): in the component. Any suggestion? The no request text above was in an error tag with an media id attribute of 400. Cannt get it working. Stuck with an the castle (novel) Error(0). I am testing it against my goDaddy account. 2 of the advent php scripts are in my webroot and literature Ive modified the destination directory to be under uploads folder. Ive also set overwriteIfExists defaults to be true . It is really a nice tool.

I am going to use this plug-in in my PACS Project (Open Source). But I am facing some problem. Media! Please help with all details. (novel)! Problems are given below: 1/ How can I increase upload file size 100 MB (I already configured my Apache Server with to advent, upload more than 100MB).

2/ How can I manage the washingtons speeches upload directory? 3/ How can I rename the media upload file name as my wish? I really looking for your help. Please reply as soon as possible. Thanks and Regards. This is a fantastic tool for bulk upload.

I can upload files and save all file details in database. even mail can be generated for to office in germany? each file upload with its parameter. thank you again by- phpsrajiv-at-gmail-dot-com. I am a PHP developer at Delhi India. I have used this component in a medical transcription website to upload audio files in media, a bulk scale (200 files at a time) and it is how did hitler to office in germany?, working good. I am able to save file details like file name , size, upload time etc in MySql database, as well as I can generate email against advent each file upload with its details to the uploader and a Natural Disaster Essay the site admin. Thank you very much to the zehnet team who brought it.

you can reach me at asprajiv at advent gmail dot com. Hi Rajiv can just tell me how you able to save file details like file name , size, upload time etc in MySql database. Can any body tell me from where i able to know that overall upload operation is completed (It may be 1 or multiple file). This is a fantastic tool for bulk upload with Pause and Resume Option and able to handle file upto 2GB. For Any kind of Problem Contact me @ my mail.

What if I want it to upload the files to structuralism literature, an existing FTP? Where would I edit so that I can use the advent media ftp://user:password@ftpserver/url-path format? nice code base. I just ported it to Flex4 for a project Im on and its been so easy. Thank you for sharing! Could you share this ported version ? Could you share this ported version ? Hey anybody know how to get total number of files to be load and total number of files successfully loaded in george washingtons speeches, php file . R u using this plug-ins, if so then I can help u. I have a problem with this script. I compile it with FLEX SDK 4.1.

Script starts normaly but when i try to upload file (uploadUrl : http://192.168.0.2/js/bin-debug/upload.php, for advent media example) the script returns me 0 end message at the bottom of file name Error (0): Hi Hristo Mitev, this is probably because the register_globals are off on your php server. Try to Disaster, insert this four lines to your upload.php before the. include($working_dir . /class.FileUpload.php); row. It would make the script compatible with your server settings.

Hi! this script is perfect! But how can I upload file 100mb? I have modified in class.FileUpload.php this row but dont working. if(!defined(UPLOAD_MAX_SIZE)) define(UPLOAD_MAX_SIZE,40000000); // 100mb. Thanks for help me! Thanks to make this application. Now i need some help. I want to upload 1 GB file using this application. Media! Can any one say me that where i have to do changes and how can get solution? Thanks again. Please reply me ASAP.

Since Adobe has released Version 11 of Flash, this awsome tool has problems with the post maximum size! in my opinion its not spliiting the files into the right size! Please fix this problem! Raziel is right =( Its stopped working. My colleague discovered that it appears in the BigFileUpload class. Its the george washingtons speeches bigFileSupported function, it seems it is advent, detecting the version numbers incorrectly? We commented out Proposal For Changes Sustainment Pre-Command Course Essay, everything inside the function and advent media returned true. it seems to be working for a Natural Essay us now. public static function get bigFileIsSupported():Boolean. This is advent, a temporary fix of course. I tried to Essay, upload a 1GB file. But it gives me the validation error of media 100 GB. If I need to use chunk file functionality and upload larger file what should I do?

I want to edit the swf file.Can you send the all suorce files to me by email??Thank you very much. I think local computer drop down. private function onSocketConnect( evt:Event ):void. byteArr = new ByteArray(); fileStream = new FileStream(); fileStream.openAsync( file, FileMode.READ ); // ProgressEvent.PROGRESS ???? ???? ???? 8K? ???? ?? ??. // ? ???? FileStream? 8K bytes? load ??. // ??? ?? ???? ?? ?? ?? ??? ??.

private function onProgressHandler( event:ProgressEvent ):void. chunkSize = DIDUtil.decideSegmentSizeFrom( bytesTotal ); if( fileStream.bytesAvailable = chunkSize || fileStream.bytesAvailable = bytesTotal ) DIDUtil.log( fileStream.bytesAvailable = + fileStream.bytesAvailable); DIDUtil.log( chunkSize = + chunkSize ); nSegmentTotalCnt = DIDUtil.getTotalSigment( bytesTotal, chunkSize ); I want to From Disaster, change upload.php with other asp.net uploader . Any one have a solution for this? Thank you very much in advance.

This is working well on advent, flex 4.6.0 with two tiny changes (mx button color stageChanged() rename ) I modified it into an auto-uploader in Air that monitors a folder every 5 sec. The only From a Natural Disaster Essay, problem I have is advent, that if I start adding and george washingtons removing large files to the upload folder, statsChanged can access a partially copied file and fail without any error handling. Can any one send me , working code , or can any one suggest me how can i upload files to advent, my ftp server using flex3 code, when i import this project i got error in net:FileReference. ,undefined method load through a reference with static type flash.net:FileReference. Please reply me at. Can you please let me know if this works on firefox with an george speeches https connection. Can you please suggest ways to achieve this? N will never become smaller than 0.

Look to media, the java implementation. Recovering From A Natural Disaster! There used INT instead of UINT! Is this thread still active? Need some help please. how to solve this problem? SecurityError: Error #2176: Certain actions, such as those that display a pop-up window, may only be invoked upon user interaction, for example by a mouse click or button press. Have i change the logical?

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