By Jarrod Hayes, Margaret R. Higonnet, William J. Spurlin
Those leading edge essays take a comparative method of queer reviews whereas at the same time queering the sector of comparative literature, strengthening the interdisciplinarity of both. by means of focusing not just on comparative praxis, but additionally on interrogating our assumptions and different types of research, relatively Queer powerfully transforms the paradigms of comparability.
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And, a paragraph later, “the active sex shudders in disgrace as it sees itself degenerate into the passive sex. A man turned woman blackens the fair name of his sex” (Alan of Lille 67–68). For Alanus de Lille, language and sexuality are intricately bound together because all patterns of gender, sexuality, and language originate with Nature. He approaches his discussion through the figures of Venus and Nature, a Nature whom Alanus, unlike his predecessors in the tradition, sexualizes in such a way that she becomes more suitable as the übermatrix of heterosexuality (see Newman 67).
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Zeikowitz, Richard E. Homoeroticism and Chivalry: Discourses of Male Same-Sex Desire in the 14th Century. New York: Palgrave, 2003. 1057/9780230113442 - Comparatively Queer, Edited by William J. Spurlin, Jarrod Hayes and Margaret R. 1057/9780230113442 - Comparatively Queer, Edited by William J. Spurlin, Jarrod Hayes and Margaret R.
Comparatively Queer: Interrogating Identities across Time and Cultures by Jarrod Hayes, Margaret R. Higonnet, William J. Spurlin