Body and pubertal novelty. Body transformations in adolescence break in the child besides their simple formal disclosures. The pubertal novelty imposes itself as the real pubertal (real in the Lacanian sense), qualified as Feminine or coming from the other gender. This theoretical perspective inscribes itself in the pure continuity of the Freudian texts, as it is revealed by a new reading permitted by Lacan's and structuralism contributions. Two clinical situations (in fact two movie characters) will illustrate this report.
Pubertal novelty; pubertal real; structuralism; Lacan; Freud