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Sexual dissidence

Author: Jonathan Dollimore
Publisher: Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2018. ©2018
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Second editionView all editions and formats
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A wide-ranging study of sexual dissidence which returns to the early modern period in order to focus, question, and develop issues of postmodernity, linking writers as diverse as Shakespeare, Gide,  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jonathan Dollimore
ISBN: 9780198827054 0198827059
OCLC Number: 1034597947
Notes: "First edition published in 1991"--Title page verso.
Description: x, 440 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction to second edition --
Part 1 An encounter. 1. Wilde and Gide in Algiers --
Part 2. Perspectives. 2. Some parameters --
Part 3. Subjectivity, transgression, and deviant desire. 3. Becoming authentic ; 4. Wilde's transgressive aesthetic and contemporary cultural politics ; 5. Re-encounters --
Part 4. Transgression and its containment. 6. The politics of containment ; 7. Tragedy and containment --
Part 5. Perversion's lost histories. 8. Towards the paradoxical perverse and the perverse dynamic ; 9. Augustine : perversion and privation ; 10. Othello : sexual difference and internal deviation --
Part 6. Sexual perversion : pathology to politics. 11. Freud's theory of sexual perversion ; 12. Deconstructing Freud ; 13. From the polymorphous perverse to the perverse dynamic ; 14. Perversion, power, and social control ; 15. Thinking the perverse dynamic --
Part 7. Beleaguered norms and perverse dynamics. 16. Homophobia (1) : sexual/political deviance ; 17. Homophobia (2) : theories of sexual difference --
Part 8. Transgressive reinscriptions, early modern and post-modern. 18. Subjectivity and transgression ; 19. Early modern : cross-dressing in early modern England ; 20. Post/modern : on the gay sensibility, or the pervert's revenge on authenticity--Wilde, Genet, Orton, and others --
Part 9. Beyond sexual difference. 21. Desire and difference.
Responsibility: Jonathan Dollimore.

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