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Neo-/Victorian biographilia and James Miranda Barry : a study in transgender and transgenre

Author: Ann Heilmann
Publisher: [Cham, Switzerland] : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018] ©2018
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Senior colonial officer from 1813 to 1859, Inspector General James Barry was a pioneering medical reformer who after his death in 1865 became the object of intense speculation when rumours arose  Read more...

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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: ebook version :
Named Person: James Barry; James Barry
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ann Heilmann
ISBN: 331971385X 9783319713854
OCLC Number: 1007078364
Description: xxii, 402 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
Contents: Writing Barry - Writing Gender/Genre Crossing: An Introduction ; (Self-)Representations: Gender, Genre and Transgression; Meta/Textual Impersonations: Neo-Victorian Biographilia ; Passing Reflections and Structures --
'Tell Me Your Secret, Doctor James': A Cultural History of James Barry ; A 'Creature of Shadowed Origin': In Search of James Barry ; Writing Games with Doctor James: Sexual/Textual Hybridities ; The Barry Archive: Victorian to Neo-Victorian Life-Writing and the Construction of the Barry Mythos ; Pronomial (Mis)Appropriations: 'I Must Still Use the "Masculine"'/'I Must Retain the Feminine Gender' --
Myths and Afterlives: Foundation Stories and Body Plots ; Narrative Archetypes of Barry Biographilia: Celebration, Appropriation and Sensation ; Body Mnemonics: Barry In and Out of the Looking Glass --
Performances in Gender and Genre: Barry in Contemporary Postmodernist Biodrama, Biography and Biofiction ; 'The Mourner of Myself': Duality, Conflict and Redemption in Biodrama ; The Biographer's Tale: The Authorial Self-Staging of Biographiction ; 'There Are No Truths, There Are Only Layers of Lies': Performing Barry in Postmodernist Biofiction --
TransFormations: Transgender and Transgenre in Victorian and Neo-­Victorian Life-Writing - A Conclusion ; Appendices.
Other Titles: Study in transgender and transgenre
Responsibility: Ann Heilmann.

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