Materiality and Corporeality: The Body in Popular Fiction and Visual Culture

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Aina Marti, « Materiality and Corporeality: The Body in Popular Fiction and Visual Culture », For there she was..., ID : 10670/1.a7s25r


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“Contemplating the Male Body: From Aesthetics to Sexual Pleasure in Homosexual Literature”. Materiality and Corporeality: The Body in Popular Fiction and Visual Culture. University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth, 6 June 2013. In this paper I analyse the representations of male bodies in André Gide’s The Immoralist (1902), Thomas Mann’s Death in Venice (1912) and D.H. Lawrence’s Women in Love (1920), with a particular focus on the perception with which the perceiving subject beholds the body. The m...

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