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Queering the Renaissance

Author: Jonathan Goldberg
Publisher: Durham : Duke University Press, 1994.
Series: Series Q.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jonathan Goldberg
ISBN: 0822313812 9780822313816 0822313855 9780822313854
OCLC Number: 911325489
Description: VI, 388 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction / Jonathan Goldberg Bowers v. Hardwick in the Renaissance / Janet E. Halley Homosexuality and the Signs of Male Friendship in Elizabethan England / Alan Bray The (In)Significance of "Lesbian" Desire in Early Modern England / Valerie Traub Fraudomy: Reading Sexuality and Politics in Burchiello / Alan K. Smith Practicing Queer Philology with Marguerite de Navarre: Nationalism and the Castigation of Desire / Carla Freccero Erasmus's "Tigeress": The Language of Friendship, Pleasure, and the Renaissance Letter / Forrest Tyler Stevens John Bale and Early Tudor Sodomy Discourse / Donald N. Mager "To Serve the Queere": Nicholas Udall, Master of Revels / Elizabeth Pittenger Into Other Arms: Amoret's Evasion / Dorothy Stephens Romeo and Juliet's Open Rs / Jonathan Goldberg The Epistemology of Expurgation: Bacon and The Masculine Birth of Time / Graham Hammill Pleasure and Devotion: The Body of Jesus and Seventeenth-Century Religious Lyric / Richard Rambuss My Two Dads: Collaboration and the Reproduction of Beaumont and Fletcher / Jeff Masten Fighting Women and Loving Men: Dryden's Representation of Shakespeare in All for Love / Marcie Frank New English Sodom / Michael Warner Afterword / Margaret Hunt Notes on Contributors Index
Series Title: Series Q.
Responsibility: edited by Jonathan Goldberg.

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