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Erotic Politics: Desire of the Renaissance Stage by  Susan. (editor) Zimmerman - Hardcover - 1992 - from Pilgrim Reader Books - IOBA and

Erotic Politics: Desire of the Renaissance Stage

by Zimmerman, Susan. (editor)

Condition: Near Fine with no dust jacket

New York.: Routledge.. Near Fine with no dust jacket. 1992. Hardcover. 0415066468 . 8vo - 23.5 x 15 cm.; ix - 198 pp. Black cloth over boards with silver gilt lettering on spine and front board. Contents: 1 - "The subtexts of The Roaring Girl" by Stephen Orgel, 2 - "Twins and travesties: gender, dependency and sexual availability in Twelfth Night" by Lisa Jardine, 3 - "Disruptive desire: artifice and indeterminacy in Jacobean comedy" by Susan Zimmerman, 4 - "Transvestism and the 'body beneath': speculating on the boy actor" by Peter Stallybrass, 5 - "Desire's excess and the English Renaissance theatre: Edward II, Troilus and Cressida and Othello" by Catherine Belsey, 6 - "Lawless desires well tempered" by Kathleen McLuskie, 7 - "Making a Difference: male/male 'desire' in tragedy, comedy and tragi-comedy" by Bruce R. Smith, 8 - "The (in)significance of lesbian desire in early modern England" by Valerie Traub, 9 - "Sex and social conflict: the erotics of The Roaring Girl" by Jean E, Howard. Previous owner's name on the front free end paper, otherwise the book appears to have never been used. .


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