By MarÃlia P. Futre Pinheiro; Marilyn B. Skinner; Froma I. Zeitlin
Regardless of the new explosion of scholarly curiosity within the box of historical sexuality, inquiry into significant shifts in erotic attention remains to be in a initial degree. The essays during this assortment, which concentration upon the illustration of the wanting topic in prose fiction, strengthen our knowing significantly as they probe the ambiguities surrounding the ostensible competition of female and male in such texts. the quantity will offer a wanted aspect of departure for next learn into adjustments to gender frameworks at a time of social transition.
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