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Textuality and Sexuality. Reading theories and practices, Judith Still and Michael Worton (eds)

Manchester University Press, 1993

Acknowledgements

Introduction
Judith Still and Michael Worton

Sexual knowledge: the once and future texts of the 'Romance of the Rose'
Sarah Kay

Cultural memory and the art of the novel: gender and narrative in eighteenth-century France
Nancy K. Miller

Gender, conversation and the public sphere in early eighteenth-century England
Lawrence E. Klein

Four bodies on the Beagle: touch, sight and writing in a Darwin letter
Gillian Beer

George and Georgina Sand: realist gender in 'Indiana'
Sandy Petrey

Reading states of climax: masculine expression and the language of orgasm in the writings of the Surrealist philosopher and poet André Breton
Jennifer Patterson

The injured sex: Hemingway's voice of masculine anxiety
Gregory Woods

The fourth form girls go camping: sexual identity and ambivalence in girls' school stories
Jan Montefiore

Messing around: gayness and loiterature in Alan Hollinghurst's 'The Swimming Pool Library'
Ross Chambers

So what's all this about the mother's body? The aesthetic, gender and the polis
Isobel Armstrong

List of contributors

Index

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