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eBook Rereading Heterosexuality: Feminism, Queer Theory and Contemporary Fiction ePub

by Rachel Carroll

  • ISBN: 0748639551
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Rachel Carroll
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Edinburgh University Press; 1 edition (April 4, 2012)
  • Pages: 168
  • ePub book: 1801 kb
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  • Rating: 4.6
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Rachel Carroll makes us 'see' heterosexuality in new and different ways so that we can no longer take it as read.

Rachel Carroll makes us 'see' heterosexuality in new and different ways so that we can no longer take it as read. The novels chosen for discussion make interesting bedfellows and the analysis is distinctive and fresh: this will be essential reading for anyone working in contemporary fiction, gender and sexuality. -Dr Susan Watkins, School of Cultural Studies, Leeds Metropolitan University.

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Book Description: Heterosexuality in contemporary novels, re-examined using the frameworks of feminism and queer theoryDrawing on feminist and queer theories of sex, gender and sexuality, this study focuses on female identities at odds with heterosexual norms

Book Description: Heterosexuality in contemporary novels, re-examined using the frameworks of feminism and queer theoryDrawing on feminist and queer theories of sex, gender and sexuality, this study focuses on female identities at odds with heterosexual norms. In particular, it explores narratives in which the conventional equation between heterosexuality, reproductive sexuality and female identity is questioned.

Rereading Heterosexuality: Feminism, Queer Theory and Contemporary Fiction. Heterosexuality in contemporary novels, re-examined using the frameworks of feminism and queer theory. Contemporary debate and speculation about the prospect of reproductive cloning reveals the way in which such beings, as ‘copies’ of human originals, challenge notions of the human, especially in relation to issues of individuality, authenticity and origin

Rereading Heterosexuality. Feminism, Queer Theory and Contemporary Fiction

Rereading Heterosexuality. Feminism, Queer Theory and Contemporary Fiction.

Heterosexuality in contemporary novels, re-examined using the frameworks of feminism and queer theory. Drawing on feminist and queer theories of sex, gender and sexuality, this study focuses on female identities at odds with heterosexual norms

Heterosexuality in contemporary novels, re-examined using the frameworks of feminism and queer theory. Drawing on feminist and queer theories of sex, gender and sexuality, this study focuses on female identities at odds with heterosexual norms. About the Author: Rachel Carroll is Principal Lecturer in English at the Teesside University

Rereading heterosexuality: Feminism, queer theory and contemporary fiction. Introduction: Feminism, Queer Theory and Heterosexuality Part One: Revisiting the spinster 1. 'Becoming my own ghost': spinsterhood and the 'invisibility' of heterosexuality in Sarah Waters'. More). Reprint of Carroll, R. (2009) 'Queer beauty: illness, illegitimacy and visibility in Dickens's Bleak House and its 2005 BBC adaptation', Journal of Adaptation in Film & Performance, 2 (1), pp. 5-18. Curricula constructions of race and gender: Reading African-American masculinity.

Queer heterosexuality is heterosexual practice that is controversially called queer. The concept was first discussed in the mid-1990s, critically within radical feminism, and as a positive identification by Clyde Smith in a paper delivered at a conference in Amsterdam in 1997; most papers cite these two as their entry point into the discussion.

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Heterosexuality in contemporary novels, re-examined using the frameworks of feminism and queer theory. Drawing on feminist and queer theories of sex, gender and sexuality, this study focuses on female identities at odds with heterosexual norms. In particular, it explores narratives in which the conventional equation between heterosexuality, reproductive sexuality and female identity is questioned.