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" We may as well recognize that for nineteenth-century Europe, with its increasing embourgeoisement, sex had been institutionalized to a very considerable degree. On the one hand, there was no such thing as 'free' sex, and on the other, sex in society entailed... "
Desiring Arabs - Sivu 9
tekijä(t) Joseph A. Massad - 2008 - 472 sivua
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Keats's Poetry and the Politics of the Imagination

Daniel P. Watkins - 1989 - 228 sivua
..."We may as well recognize that for nineteenth-century Europe, with its increasing embourgeoisemenl, sex had been institutionalized to a very considerable...encumbering sort. Just as the various colonial possessions — quite apart from their economic benefit to metropolitan Europe — were useful as places to send...
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Text Into Image, Image Into Text: Proceedings of the Interdisciplinary ...

Jeffrey Morrison - 1997 - 353 sivua
...core example of the oriental travelogue. As Edward Said says in his study Orientalism, in an age where 'sex in society entailed a web of legal, moral, even...obligations of a detailed and certainly encumbering sort', the Orient became a place 'where one could look for sexual experience unobtainable in Europe. Virtually...
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Queer Nations: Marginal Sexualities in the Maghreb

Jarrod Hayes - 2000 - 307 sivua
...We may as well recognize that for nineteenth-century Europe, with its increasing embourgeoisement, sex had been institutionalized to a very considerable...encumbering sort. Just as the various colonial possessions — quite apart from their economic benefit to metropolitan Europe — were useful as places to send...
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Orientalism: A Reader

A. L. Macfie - 2000 - 382 sivua
...We may as well recognize that for nineteenth-century Europe, with its increasing embourgeoisement, sex had been institutionalized to a very considerable...encumbering sort. Just as the various colonial possessions - quite apart from their economic benefit to metropolitan Europe - were useful as places to send wayward...
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Queer Nations: Marginal Sexualities in the Maghreb

Jarrod Hayes - 2000 - 307 sivua
...We may as well recognize that for nineteenth-century Europe, with its increasing embourgeoisement, sex had been institutionalized to a very considerable...certainly encumbering sort. Just as the various colonial possessions—quite apart from their economic benefit to metropolitan Europe—were useful as places...
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Bram Stoker and Russophobia: Evidence of the British Fear of Russia in ...

Jimmie E. Cain, Jr. - 2006 - 215 sivua
...of sexual fantasy." Because of the "increasing embourgeoisemenf of middle-class Victorian culture, "sex had been institutionalized to a very considerable degree. On the one had, there was no such thing as 'free' sex, and on the other, sex in society entailed a web of legal,...
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