Victorian Sexualities: Victorian Sexualities Victorian Studies v. 36, No. 3
"Victorian Sexualities", a special issue of "Victorian Studies" (volume 36, number 3), edited by Andrew Miller, brings together some of the best work being done on conceptions of sexuality in the Victorian period. The essays integrate the analysis of sexuality with a wide range of interrelated topics and methods of study - with criminality, queer theory, feminist theory, political economy and class consciousness, the status and tactics of representation in narrative, Victorian anti-semitism, the origins of psychoanalysis, and late-Victorian aestheticism. The contents include: Jeffery Nunokowa - "Silas Marner and the Sexual Possibilities of the Commodity"; Camilla Townsen - "I am the Woman for Spirit: A Working Woman's Gender Transgression in Victorian London"; Ed Cohen - "The Double Lives of Man: Narrations and Identification in the Late Nineteenth-Century Representation of Eccentric Masculinities"; Judith Halberstam - "Technologies of Monstrosity: Bram Stoker's Dracula"; and Theis Morgan - "Reimagining Masculinity in Victorian Criticism: Swinburne and Pater".
- 171 x 254 x 12.7mm | 500g
- 01 Jun 1994
- Indiana University Press
- Bloomington, IN, United States