by Fradenburg, Louise & Freccero, Carla, edited by.
Octavo, paper covers, xxiv, 276 pp., notes
With the assistance of Kathy Lavezzo. Introduction: "Caxton, Foucault, and the Pleasures of History," Fradenburg and Freccero. Articles are "The History That Will Be," Jonathan Goldberg, "In Search of the Black Stud," Jose Piedra, "The Queen's Too Bawdies: En burlador de Sevilla and the Teasing of Historicity," Maria Carrion, "Henry's Desires," Richard Corum, "'Ut cum muliere' A Male Tansvestite Prostitute in Fourteenth Century London," Ruth Mazo Karras and David Lorenzo Boyd, "The Hermaphrodite and the Orders of Nature: Sexual Ambiguity in Earty Modern France," Lorraine Daston and Katherine Park, "Don't Ask, Don't Tell: Murderous Plots and Medieval Secrets," Karma Lochrie, "Straight Minds/ 'Queer' Wishes in Old French Hagiography: La Vie de Sainte Euphrosine," Simon Gaunt, "Sobe and Sighs Between Women: The Homoerotics of Compassion in The Book of Margery Kempe," Kathy Lavezzo, "Virile Style," Patricia Parker, "Explicit ink," Elizabeth Pittenger, "Sodomy and Resurrection: The Homoerotic Subject of the Divine Comedy," Bruce W. Holsinger.
Language: English Language
Condition: Very Good
Book Id: 15815