By Jeffrey Merrick,Michael Sibalis
Homosexuality in French historical past and tradition explores episodes, styles, and photographs of same-sex charm in France from the 16th to the twenty-first century, from the essays of Michel de Montaigne to satisfaction parades in modern Paris. This groundbreaking e-book records the methods homosexuality has been named, skilled, regulated, understood, and imagined. During those centuries, homosexuality has been stigmatized as a sin, crime, or ailment, and denounced as a danger to social order and nationwide id. but the rhetoric of condemnation has continuously co-existed with the truth of toleration. This groundbreaking assortment analyzes the ways that persecutions, in addition to ameliorations inside of minority sexual subcultures, have highlighted stereotypes and anxieties approximately type and age modifications, gendered roles, and separatism. Homosexuality in French background and tradition bargains historic and literary stories in keeping with a wide selection of assets, including:
- novels, performs, and poetry
- gossip and satires
- police reports
- scientific texts
- go back and forth literature
- newspapers and periodicals
- memoirsHomosexuality in French heritage and tradition combines clean, inventive re-interpretation of regularly occurring texts with intriguing new explorations of overlooked ancient episodes and cultures. it's a landmark of meticulous scholarship and rigorous theoretical research, and an essential source for students of queer idea, French heritage and tradition, and literary criticism.
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Homosexuality in French History and Culture by Jeffrey Merrick,Michael Sibalis