situations sometimes occurred in Italian opera, but usually only when males dressed as women, for example, Amalta in Monteverdi's L'incoronazione di Poppea (1642/1643) and Aristea in Cesti's Orontea (1656).
Here, she characterizes Clarissa as the paradigmatic homoerotic
gift-giver, whose generous exchanges with shop-women, as well as her conception of party-giving as an "offering," represent the continued outpouring initiated by Sally Seton's original gift at Bourton.
The show gathered together an odd archive of imagery that crossed the boundaries from artistic to commercial, underscoring the pervasiveness of homoerotic
That the vast majority of homoerotic
youth do not self-label as gay has profound implications for research in adolescent development.
Rather than characterize the company simply through the analysis of plot and generic style (as traditional repertory studies often do), Bly unravels a complex thesis about how the King's Revels exploited its managerial and play-wrighting skills to create a market for a unique product, one that appealed, at least in part, to a particular erotic community that might be expected to be found around the stews and brothels of Whitefriars: men who were interested in homoerotic
humor and, perhaps, other men as well.
Broadly speaking, Stephen Guy-Bray's Homoerotic
Space is a study of what Adrienne Rich has called "writing as re-vision": the way writers widely separated by time and culture from their predecessors can make use of those predecessors in their own contexts.
Wright could include the homoerotic
joking, their violent fantasies and even their discussions of bowel movements.
Brad Fraser's homoerotic
sex comedy Leaving Metropolis and Rodrigue Jean's mournful road movie Yellowknife rounded out the list of local films.
A new book - 'The Man Jesus Loved: Homoerotic
Narratives From the New Testament' - claims that Jesus was gay and had a boyfriend.
He disliked the 'Nazi' art displayed in Troost's Munich gallery--except for the homoerotic
statuary--and he was, apparently, an early twentieth--century admirer of Angelica Kauffmann.
Visually imitating the Americanized Cantonese dish for which it's named, peripatetic photographer and filmmaker Bruce Webers "Chop Suey" bids to whip homoerotic
iconography into something palatable for those suspicious of the cuisine.
Monumental Anxieties: Homoerotic
Desire and Feminine Influence in