Masculine Desire: The Sexual Politics of Victorian Aestheticism

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UNC Press Books, 1990 - 276 páginas
Beginning with Tennyson's In Memoriam and continuing by way of Hopkins and Swinburne to the novels of Oscar Wilde and Thomas Hardy, Richard Dellamora draws on journals, letters, censored texts, and pornography to examine the cultural construction o

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Tennyson the Apostles and In Memoriam
16
Spousal Love in the Poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins
42
Pater at Oxford in 1864 Old Mortality and Diaphaneite
58
Poetic Perversities of A C Swinburne
69
Hopkins Swinburne and the Whitmanian Signifier
86
Arnold Winckelmann and Pater
102
John Ruskin and the Character of Male Genius
117
Leonardo Medusa and the Wish to Be Woman
130
Theorizing Homophobia Analysis of Myth in Pater
167
Homosexual Scandal and Compulsory Heterosexuality in the 1890s
193
The Subject of Sexual Indifference
218
Notes
224
Bibliography
246
Index
263
Permissions
272
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The New Chivalry and Oxford Politics
147

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Richard Dellamora is professor of English and Cultural Studies at Trent University in Ontario.

Richard Dellamora is professor of English and Cultural Studies at Trent University in Ontario.

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