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Vice versa : bisexuality and the eroticism of everyday life

Author: Marjorie B Garber
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, ©1995.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In this witty, learned, and scrupulously researched book, the author examines bisexuality and its many modes through a variety of critical lenses: cultural, literary, and psychological. Bisexuality is a monumental inquiry into what "normal" might mean, and just how difficult it is to make claims about sexuality, someone else's or one's own.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Garber, Marjorie B.
Vice versa.
New York : Simon & Schuster, ©1995
(OCoLC)623399768
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marjorie B Garber
ISBN: 0684803089 9780684803081
OCLC Number: 32051401
Description: 606 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: Bi words --
Bi sexual politics --
Fatal attractions --
No scandal in Bohemia --
Bisexuality and celebrity --
The secret of Tiresias --
Freud and the golden Fliess --
Androgyny and its discontents --
Ellis in Wonderland --
Standard deviations --
The return to biology --
On the other hand --
Normal schools --
Erotic education --
"It's a phase" --
Family values --
Marriages of inconvenience --
Erotic triangles --
Jealousy --
The bisexual plot --
Threesomes --
Vice verses.
Responsibility: Marjorie Garber.

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In this witty, learned, and scrupulously researched book, the author examines bisexuality and its many modes through a variety of critical lenses: cultural, literary, and psychological. Bisexuality is a monumental inquiry into what "normal" might mean, and just how difficult it is to make claims about sexuality, someone else's or one's own.
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