How important are traditional institutions (parents, school, church, etc.) in the education of a child? What happens to a child’s education when these institutions leave empty spaces? The function they serve do not disappear, nor do their necessity or social importance. The dimension of the subject is presented as matter for analysis, starting from Lisa’s identification with her idol, Bleeding Gums, the vicissitudes of which allow her to travel a path distinct from the one of alienation and an unwanted image of herself.
[marron]Keywords:[/marron] Music - Capitalism - Education