By Laura P. Claridge, Elizabeth Langland
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If we can't see God with our personal eyes, for what goal will we photo God in paintings? through the center a long time, the second one Commandment's caution opposed to idolatry was once mostly put aside because the energy of pictures turned boldly and visibly obvious. by means of the 12th century, one Byzantine authority may well even provide his personal revision of the Commandment: "Thou shalt paint the likeness of Christ Himself.
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Higonnet 197 Henry James and the Uses of the Feminine William Veeder 219 Gesturing toward an Open Space: Gender, Form, and Language in E. M. Forster's Howards End Elizabeth Langland 252 The Resentments of Robert Frost Frank Lentricchia 268 Faulkner's Fictional Photographs: Playing with Difference Judith L. Sensibar 290 Mappings of Male Desire in Durrell's Alexandria Quartet: Homoerotic Negotiations in the Colonial Narrative Joseph A. Boone 316 Page ix Acknowledgments We welcome the opportunity to acknowledge those whose ideas helped inspire this project and those whose encouragement helped bring it to fruition.
Rather, the movement suggests the first step in a Derridean deconstruction in which the hierarchies are reversed preliminary to dismantling the hierarchical structure. That is, writers work through the coded oppositions to deconstruct them, in a gesture reminiscent of the Derridean space of writing as différance where signification is produced not through opposition alone but through an interplay between presence and absence and through the endless deferral of meaning. The question that remainsand that we hope our book opens, though not answersis how to proceed from this first deconstructive moment in gender demystification.
Happily, since most subsequent male writers have had to confront him as the patriarchal bogey, Milton begins our collection, with Joseph Wittreich complicating the varying historical perspectives that have been imposed upon readings of Paradise Lost. Wittreich reveals a Milton far more subversive of traditional hierarchical gender positions than has been previously allowed. In fact, if Harold Bloom is correct in positing Milton as the father figure against which all the later sons, at least, must react, it would be interestingin another study and another timeto question to what extent these indebted male authors spin gender paradigms from their period's particular historical understandings of gender in Milton.
Out of bounds: male writers and gender(ed) criticism by Laura P. Claridge, Elizabeth Langland