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" Europe - were useful as places to send wayward sons, superfluous populations of delinquents, poor people, and other undesirables, so the Orient was a place where one could look for sexual experience unobtainable in Europe. Virtually no European writer... "
Desiring Arabs - Sivu 9
tekijä(t) Joseph A. Massad - 2008 - 472 sivua
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No Man's Land: The Place of the Woman Writer in the Twentieth Century, Nide 2

Sandra M. Gilbert, Susan Gubar - 1991 - 476 sivua
...sex" — "the association is clearly made between the Orient and the freedom of licentious sex . . . the Orient was a place where one could look for sexual experience unobtainable in Europe" (p. 190) — is also very useful. 1 10 Preface to The Sotadic Zone, p. 10. 1 1 1 We are grateful to...
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Keats's Poetry and the Politics of the Imagination

Daniel P. Watkins - 1989 - 228 sivua
...various colonial possessions — quite apart from their economic benefit to metropolitan Europe — were useful as places to send wayward sons, superfluous...wrote on or traveled to the Orient in the period after 1800 exempted himself or herself from this quest." Orientalism, 190. In Keats's poem, of course, the...
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Virginal Sexuality and Textuality in Victorian Literature: Essays in ...

Lloyd Davis - 1993 - 257 sivua
...unlimited desire, deep generative energies." For the West, with its more rigid ethos of sexual behavior, "the Orient was a place where one could look for sexual experience unobtainable in Europe" — the sort of experience The Beetle's Paul Lessingham is pursuing when he wanders into the backstreet...
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Negotiating Lesbian & Gay Subjects

Monica Dorenkamp, Richard Henke - 1995 - 199 sivua
...As Edward Said observes in Orientalism, the Western viewer has tended to idealize the Near East as "a place where one could look for sexual experience unobtainable in Europe" ever since the Napoleonic conquest of Egypt reopened the East to the Occidental imagination two centuries...
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Text Into Image, Image Into Text: Proceedings of the Interdisciplinary ...

Jeffrey Morrison - 1997 - 353 sivua
...political and economic obligations of a detailed and certainly encumbering sort', the Orient became a place 'where one could look for sexual experience...in Europe. Virtually no European writer who wrote or travelled to the Orient in the period after 1800 exempted himself or herself from this quest.'14...
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Race and the Subject of Masculinities

Harry Stecopoulos, Michael Uebel - 1997 - 418 sivua
...a more searching analysis of this phenomenon. With Gide and many others in mind, Said observes that virtually no European writer who wrote on or traveled to the Orient in the period after 1800 exempted himself or herself from a quest for sexual experience unobtainable in Europe: "What they...
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Painting the Maple: Essays on Race, Gender, and the Construction of Canada

Veronica Strong-Boag - 1999 - 290 sivua
...the various colonial possessions - quite apart from their economic benefit to metropolitan Europe - were useful as places to send wayward sons, superfluous...look for sexual experience unobtainable in Europe' (190). The fear of miscegenation survived in the popular imagination and was subsequently reinforced...
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Post-traumatic Culture: Injury and Interpretation in the Nineties

Kirby Farrell - 1998 - 420 sivua
...contradictory qualities. 45. Kincaid, Child-Loving, 124-25. 46. "Just as [the colonies] were useful places to send wayward sons, superfluous populations...look for sexual experience unobtainable in Europe." Edward Said, Orientalism (New York, 1979), 190. Bargaining with his son "Bosie" to separate him from...
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The Imperialist Imagination: German Colonialism and Its Legacy

Sara Friedrichsmeyer, Sara Lennox, Susanne Zantop - 1998 - 370 sivua
...Oriental travelers, the association between the Orient and the freedom of licentious sex meant that "the Orient was a place where one could look for sexual...Europe. Virtually no European writer who wrote on or travelled to the Orient in the period after l800 exempted himself or herself from this quest" (Said,...
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Oriental Prospects: Western Literature and the Lure of the East

C. C. Barfoot, Theo d'. Haen - 1998 - 283 sivua
...of its most powerful stereotypes: it is exclusively sexual, picturing the Orient in Said's words as "a place where one could look for sexual experience unobtainable in Europe". 12 Kit does not speak Arabic, so that the two lovers can barely communicate with each other. In other...
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