Cultural politics-- queer reading
"Cultural Politics - Queer Reading is a challenge to the assumptions that have shaped the study of English literature. It offers a widely influential investigation of the principles and practice that may inform dissident reading and a compelling argument for intellectual allegiances beyond the academy."--BOOK JACKET.
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Art as Cultural Production
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