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Queer philologies : sex, language, and affect in Shakespeare's time / Jeffrey Masten.

Author/creator Masten, Jeffrey author.
Format Book and Print
Publication Info Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, 2016.
Copyright Notice ©2016
Descriptionxii, 353 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm.
Series Material texts
Material texts. ^A486421
Contents Chapter 1. Spelling Shakespeare : early modern "orthography" and the secret lives of Shakespeare's compositors -- Lexicon 1. Friendship. Chapter 2. "Sweet persuasion," the taste of letters, and male friendship -- Chapter 3. Extended "conversation" : living with Christopher Marlowe; a brief history of "intercourse" -- Lexicon 2. Boy-desire. Chapter 4. Reading "boys" : performance and print -- Chapter 5. "Amorous Leander," boy-desire, gay shame; or, straightening out Christopher Marlowe -- Lexicon 3. Sodomy. Chapter 6. Is the fundament a grave? Translating the early modern body -- Chapter 7. When genres breed : "mongrell tragicomedie" and queer kinship -- Editing philologies. Chapter 8. All is not glossed : editing sex, race, gender, and affect in Shakespeare -- Chapter 9. More or less queer : female "bumbast" in Sir Thomas More.
Bibliography noteIncludes bibliographical references and index.
Genre/formCriticism, interpretation, etc.
LCCN 2015038860
ISBN9780812247862 alkaline paper
ISBN0812247868 alkaline paper
Standard identifier# 40026238098

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