Genders (The New Critical Idiom)

The thought of gender remains to be a valuable factor in literary and cultural experiences, with a importance that crosses disciplinary barriers and provokes vigorous debate. during this totally revised and up to date moment version, David Glover and Cora Kaplan supply a lucid and illuminating creation to ’gender’ and its implications, together with:

  • an evaluation of the serious language and ideas surrounding gender from their historic inception to modern debates
  • discussions of the most important theorists within the box up-to-date and prolonged assurance of lesbian and queer idea
  • a new thesaurus of phrases necessary to an knowing of the controversy on gender in modern concept.

With its extraordinary breadth and intensity of insurance, this quantity bargains not just a accomplished background of this complicated time period, but in addition exhibits its ongoing presence in literary and cultural concept and the recent instructions it's taking.

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171 heteronormativity seventy three, 132, 133, 186 Krafft-Ebing, Richard von 7–9, fifty eight, 116 Hitchcock, Alfred 124 Kramnick, J. B. 153–4 Homos (Bersani) 139–46 Kristeva, J. 32 homophobia fifty five, 121, 124, 126, one hundred forty Kroeber, Alfred and Theodora sixty nine homosexuality fifty eight, 73–81; 114–46, 176, 177–8, 179, 183; and Lacan, J. 36–7 anticommunitarian impulses 142; Lady’s Museum (Lennox) 156 masculine/feminine rhetorics 28, seventy seven; Lane, C. 112 derogatory terminology 121 Laplanche, J. 10, one hundred forty four Hornby, Nick a hundred and fifteen Laqueur, T. five, 35, 119 Horney, okay. 36 Larsen, Nella 61–4, seventy three Hovey, J. fifty four, fifty six The final September (Bowen) 52–3, fifty four, Hume, David a hundred sixty four Hurston, Zora Neale 59–60 League of girls electorate 168 Huyssen, A. 109, 159 Leavis, Q. 161–3 INDEX 201 The Left Hand of Darkness (LeGuin) Mosse, G. L. 89–92, ninety eight, 183 1111 68–71, 72–3 Mouffe, C. 19 2 LeGuin, Ursula ok. 68–71, 72–3 Mulvey, L. 176–7 three Lennox, Charlotte 156 four lesbian 21, 28, fifty four, fifty six, 73–81, 121, 122, Nashe, T. 119 134–7, 139–40, 182–3; gown codes Neale, S. 176–7 five seventy seven; novel fifty six, 73–81, 134–9; Negt, O. and Kluge, A. 172, one hundred seventy five 6 ‘pulp’/crime fiction 73–4, seventy eight, 166; New Gender Politics 24, 184 7 bildungsroman seventy six, seventy nine; presses seventy eight Newsweek 129 eight Les Guérillès (Wittig) 23–4 New Yorker 81–2 nine libraries 161–2 ny instances booklet evaluate 169 gentle, A. 54–5 Nietzsche, F. 109 1011 literacy 147–51, 161 Nightwood (Barnes) 134–9 1 Livingston, J. one hundred twenty Nussbaum, F. 100–102 2 London magazine 1762–1763 (Boswell) 3111 99–102 Oliphant, Mrs Margaret 157 four lengthy, E. 168–70 Olive (Craik) forty-one Lorde, Audre 76–7, 134 L’Opponax (Wittig) 22–3 five Oranges usually are not the one Fruit 6 McAleer, J. 161 (Winterson) 78–80 7 McDowell, D. 60–1, sixty two, sixty three Orlando (Woolf) 52–4, fifty six, sixty two, sixty six, seventy nine eight McKeon, M. ninety eight orphaned heroines 43–4 911 McLuhan, M. 147 Othello (Shakespeare) three Male Fantasies (Theweleit) 106–8 20111 manly perfect 89–91, ninety eight, 103, 183 Pacteau, F. 70 1 masculinity 86–113 passim; and the ‘Padlock legislation’ (1927) 122 2 battlefield 86–109 passim; Paré, Ambroise 5–6 three ‘degeneration’ ninety three Paris is Burning (film) one hundred twenty four masculinity complicated sixty six Passing (Larsen) 61–3 masquerade sixty six, sixty seven, seventy five, 129, 183 the fervour (Winterson) seventy nine five masturbation 90–1 passivity 27–8, forty six, 111, 176 6 Mayne, J. 173 previous and current (Carlyle) 105–6 7 melodrama, Victorian eighty Pater, Walter 116 eight males Behaving Badly (TV) ninety six persistence and Sarah (Routsong) 74–5 Merck, M. 145–6 Penley, C. 71–2, 178–9 nine Mercury 154–5 performativity sixty six, seventy five, a hundred thirty, 138, 181 30111 The Metamorphosis (Kafka) 109–12, 114 periodical press 151–61 1 Meyer, S. forty four Petro, P. 173 2 Millett, Kate 14, 35, seventy seven phantasmatic 106, 186 three generators & Boon sixty five Pickford, Mary 173 misogyny 29, 30, sixty eight, seventy four, 88, 117 Piercy, Marge 82–3 four Mitchell, J. 36 Pilgrimage (Richardson) 24 35 mollies 119–20 Poovey, M. 38, forty-one, forty two 6 Monroe, Marilyn 129 pornography 38, seventy three, eighty, 178, 179 7 morality, sexual forty three pre-Raphaelites one zero five 811 Morning usher in 2–3 Presley, Elvis 129 202 INDEX pronouns 21–4 Routsong, Alma seventy four Proust, Marcel 141, 148 Rubin, G.

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