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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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Postcolonial, Queer: Theoretical Intersections

John C. Hawley, Dennis Altman - 2001 - 334 sivua
...York: Praeger, 1986. CHAPTER TWO VACATION CRUISES; OR, THE HOMOEROTICS OF ORIENTALISM JOSEPH BOONE 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. — Edward...
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Palatable Poison: Critical Perspectives on The Well of Loneliness

Laura L. Doan, Jay Prosser, Professor 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),...untiring sensuality, unlimited desire, deep generative energies."22 What is most fascinating about the Tenerife episode is what happens with gender, particularly...
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Reload: Rethinking Women + Cyberculture

Mary Flanagan, Austin Booth - 2002 - 581 sivua
...in his famous discussion of orientalism, "the Orient seems to suggest [to the Western imagination] not only fecundity but sexual promise (and threat),...sensuality, unlimited desire, deep generative energies" (1978, 188). This description identifies the Oriental stereotype as essentially female—as opposed...
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Reading Arab Women's Autobiographies: Shahrazad Tells Her Story

Nawar Al-Hassan Golley - 2003 - 236 sivua
..."Orientalism."6 He refers to such theoretical absence in his own discourse in the following passage: Why the Orient seems still to suggest not only fecundity...analysis here, alas, despite its frequently noted appearance.7 After Said, many theorists (such as Spivak, Chandra Mohanty, and Homi Bhabha) have developed...
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Gender and diffenrence in the Middle Ages

Sharon A. Farmer, Carol Braun Pasternack - 354 sivua
...Curiously, though, Said stops short of elaborating the full implications of orientalist 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." 11 Yet, within...
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Dancing Fear and Desire: Race, Sexuality, and Imperial Politics in Middle ...

Stavros Stavrou Karayanni - 2006 - 264 sivua
...desire" (197). Edward Said echoes Praz's equation but exposes the tensions implicit in such a formula: "Why the Orient seems still to suggest not only fecundity...energies, is something on which one could speculate" (188). However, what particularly interests me is how this equation of exoticism and eroticism modifies...
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Gothic: Nineteenth-century Gothic : at home with the vampire

Fred Botting, Dale Townshend - 2004 - 346 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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Dubliners' Dozen: The Games Narrators Play

Gerald Doherty - 2004 - 181 sivua
...sexualization of the Orient has been a persistent motif in Western narratives. As Edward Said notes, "[t]he Orient seems still to suggest not only fecundity but sexual promise (and threat), untiring sexuality, unlimited desire, deep generative energies" (Orientalism [London: Routledge & Kegan Paul,...
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Queering the Pitch: The New Gay and Lesbian Musicology

Philip Brett, Elizabeth Wood, Gary Thomas - 2006 - 406 sivua
...(207); and of sexuality. In a sentence that indicates one of Said's few failures of nerve, he writes: "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" (188). Nineteenth- and early twentieth-...
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Relocating Consciousness: Diasporic Writers and the Dynamics of Literary ...

Daphne Grace - 2007 - 252 sivua
...through its women. In Orientalism Edward Said writes that for the western man, the Orient suggests "not only fecundity but sexual promise (and threat), untiring sensuality, unlimited desire" (1979: 146). Salih's protagonist directly reverses this view, seeing Europe as the location to unleash...
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