God Between Their Lips: Desire Between Women in Irigaray, Brontë, and Eliot

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Stanford University Press, 1994 - 273 من الصفحات
This book explores desire between women as a form of "spiritual materialism" in writings by Luce Irigaray, Charlotte Brontë, and George Eliot. To begin with the study's underlying paradox, "spiritual materialism": the author wishes to understand why the act of grasping materialities a sob in the body or the body itself has so often required a spiritual discourse; why materialism, as a way of naming matter-on-its-own-terms, and material relations that still lie submerged, hidden from view, evoke the shadowy forms we call "spiritual."
 

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Poststructuralist Feminists
3
Irigarays Erotics of
40
Labour Is Ever
61
Interlude
93
Recollecting Charlotte Brontë
99
Recognizing George Eliot
166
The Saint at Home with Men
174
Cooking Feuerbach
186
The Domestication
193
Postlude
251
Works Cited
259
Index
269
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