Territories of Desire in Queer Culture: Refiguring Contemporary Boundaries
David Alderson, Linda R. Anderson
Manchester University Press, 2000 - Literary Criticism - 246 pages
This book engages with, and develops, current debates about desire and sexual identification by focusing on a wide selection of contemporary literature, film, and theory. These texts range from the novels of Alan Hollinghurst and Paul Magrs to the work of Pedro Almodovar, RuPaul, Derek Jarman, and Camille Paglia, as well as TV programs like Ellen and Shinjuku Boys, and individual films such as Collard's Savage Nights.
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