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Flirtations : rhetoric and aesthetics this side of seduction

Author: Daniel Hoffman-Schwartz
Publisher: New York, NY : Fordham University Press, 2015.
Series: JSTOR EBA.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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What is flirtation, and how does it differ from seduction? In historical terms, the particular question of flirtation has tended to be obscured by that of seduction, which has understandably been a major preoccupation for twentieth-century thought and critical theory. Both the discourse and the critique of seduction are unified by their shared obsession with a very determinate end: power. In contrast, flirtation is  Read more...
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Flirtations
(DLC) 2014048472
(OCoLC)891121876
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Hoffman-Schwartz
ISBN: 9780823264926 0823264920 9780823264933 0823264939
OCLC Number: 906575758
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: ACKNOWLEDGMENTS --
"ALMOST NOTHING --
ALMOST EVERYTHING": AN INTRODUCTION TO THE DISCOURSE OF FLIRTATION --
META- FLIRTATIONS --
BARELY COVERED BANTER: FLIRTATION IN DOUBLE INDEMNITY --
THE ART OF FLIRTATION: SIMMEL'S COQUETRY WITHOUT END --
"THE DOUBLE- SENSE OF THE 'WITH' ": RETHINKING RELATION AFTER SIMMEL --
RHETORIC'S FLIRTATION WITH LITERATURE, FROM GORGIAS TO ARISTOTLE: THE EPIDEICTIC GENRE --
PLAYING WITH YOURSELF: ON THE SELF- REFERENCE OF FLIRTATION --
FLIRTATION WITH THE WORLD --
STAGING APPEAL, PERFORMING AMBIVALENCE --
LIFE IS A FLIRTATION: THOMAS MANN'S FELIX KRULL --
THE "IRREDUCIBLY DOUBLED STROKE": FLIRTATION, FELICITY, AND SINCERITY --
FRILL AND FLIRTATION: FEMININITY IN THE PUBLIC SPACE --
LEARNING TO FLIRT WITH DON JUAN --
FLIRTATION AND TRANSGRESSION --
THREE TERRORS OF FLIRTATION --
THE LUXURY OF SELF- DESTRUCTION: FLIRTING WITH MIMESIS WITH ROGER CAILLOIS --
WAR TIME LOVE AFFAIRS AND DEATHLY FLIRTATION: FREUD AND CAILLOIS ON IDENTIFYING WITH LOSS --
BESTIALITY: MEDIATION MORE FERARUM --
DOING IT AS THE BEASTS DID: INTERTEXTUALITY AS FLIRTATION IN GRADIVA --
NOTES --
CONTRIBUTORS --
INDEX.
Series Title: JSTOR EBA.
Responsibility: edited by Daniel Hoffman-Schwartz, Barbara Natalie Nagel, and Lauren Shizuko Stone.

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Flirtations: Rhetoric and Aesthetics This Side of Seduction, opens by asking a fundamental first question: What is flirtation, and how does it differ from seduction? The essays thereby address the  Read more...

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