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" Why the Orient seems still to suggest not only fecundity but sexual promise (and threat), untiring sensuality, unlimited desire, deep generative energies, is something on which one could speculate, (p. "
Desiring Arabs - Sivu 9
tekijä(t) Joseph A. Massad - 2008 - 472 sivua
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Displacing Homophobia: Gay Male Perspectives in Literature and Culture

Ronald R. Butters, John M. Clum, Michael Moon - 1989 - 313 sivua
...apologetic disclaimer that immediately follows his account of Flaubert's association of Egypt and sexuality: "Why the Orient seems still to suggest not only fecundity but sexual promise (and threat) ... is not the province of my analysis here, alas, despite its frequently noted appearance."20 And...

Virginal Sexuality and Textuality in Victorian Literature: Essays in ...

Lloyd Davis - 1993 - 257 sivua
...malleability."9 Located in the so-called matrix of civilization, the orient is a highly sexualized site, seeming to suggest "not only fecundity but sexual promise...sensuality, unlimited desire, deep generative energies." For the West, with its more rigid ethos of sexual behavior, "the Orient was a place where one could...
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U.S. Orientalisms: Race, Nation, and Gender in Literature, 1790-1890

Malini Johar Schueller - 2001 - 248 sivua
...there is a persistence of the association of the Orient with deviant sexuality. The Orient suggests "not only fecundity but sexual promise (and threat), untiring sensuality, unlimited desire." 20 Yet, as we examine many US Orientalist works, we see that the dramatic structure of the texts resists...
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Orientalism: A Reader

A. L. Macfie - 2000 - 382 sivua
...the neglected question of the alleged dichotomy between Oriental and Western sexuality. Says Said: 'Why the Orient seems still to suggest not only fecundity...energies, is something on which one could speculate. . . .'14 Without belaboring the point, anyone trying to teach Asian history to American students in...
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India: The Seductive and Seduced "Other" of German Orientalism

Kamakshi P. Murti - 2001 - 149 sivua
...deflowering the dark continent]) is unmistakable. It corroborates what Said says about the Orient seeming "still to suggest not only fecundity but sexual promise...sensuality, unlimited desire, deep generative energies" (Said, 1979, 188). August Wilhelm Schlegel's remarks parallel his brother's thoughts on the supremacy...
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Literature and Homosexuality

Michael J. Meyer - 2000 - 268 sivua
...further, in his pioneering study, Orientalism (1978). Said's decision serves as one of Boone's epigraphs: "Why the Orient seems still to suggest not only fecundity but sexual promise (and threat).. .is not the province of my analysis here, alas, despite its frequently noted appearance." 3. Out of...
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Radical Feminism Today

Denise Thompson - 2001 - 165 sivua
...motif in Western attitudes to the Orient. And indeed, the motif itself is singularly unvaried. ... Why the Orient seems still to suggest not only fecundity...energies, is something on which one could speculate, (p. 188) Said himself, however, refrains from doing so. He ends the discussion by saying: 'it is not...
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Britten and the Far East: Asian Influences in the Music of Benjamin Britten

Mervyn Cooke - 2001 - 279 sivua
...exploring the implications of the following remark in his influential study of cultural imperialism: 'Why the Orient seems still to suggest not only fecundity...threat), untiring sensuality, unlimited desire, deep generation energies, is something on which one could speculate.'6 The operative word here is, of course,...
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Fashion, Desire and Anxiety: Image and Morality in the 20th Century

Rebecca Arnold - 2001 - 144 sivua
...Orient, which to them seemed to offer the escapism of a luxuriant, sexual licence. In Said's words: 'the Orient seems still to suggest not only fecundity...untiring sensuality, unlimited desire, deep generative energies.'43 European fashion's history is dappled with references to other cultures. The start of...
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Palatable Poison: Critical Perspectives on The Well of Loneliness

Laura L. Doan, Jay Prosser - 2001 - 418 sivua
...by jungly overgrowth of all kinds. As Edward Said argues, "the East" (and here "Africa") represented "not only fecundity but sexual promise (and threat),...sensuality, unlimited desire, deep generative energies." 22 What is most fascinating about the Tenerife episode is what happens with gender, particularly given...
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