Imperial Desire: Dissident Sexualities and Colonial Literature

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The Sublimation of Desire to Apocalyptic Passion in Defoes Crusoe Trilogy
3
Lady Mary Wortley Montagus Sapphic Vision
21
The Guise of Friendship
44
Queering the New Imperialism
63
Lingering Pleasures Perverted Texts Colonial Desire in Kiplings AngloIndia
65
Fantasies of Lady Pioneers between Narrative and Theory
90
Redressing the Empire Anthony Trollope and British Gender Anxiety in The Banks of the Jordan
115
Centurys End Conrads Queer Indirections
133
Homoerotic Heroics Domestic Discipline Conrad and Fords Romance
172
Other Colonialisms
193
Only Cathect Queer Heirs and Narrative Desires in Howards End
195
Unarm Eros Adventure Homoeroticism and Divine Order in Prester John
223
Many Lips Will I Kiss The Queer Foreplay of the East in Russian Aestheticism
241
SexRace Wars on the Frontier Homosexuality and Colonialism in The Golden Notebook
261
Rethinking Colonial Discourse Analysis and Queer Studies
295
Contributors
323

From Mimicry to Menace Conrad and LateVictorian Masculinity
135
Girl What? Did I Mention a Girl? The Economy of Desire in Heart of Darkness
152

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