is a whole other area, as well.
Mary Lindemann continues the underlying theme of sexuality with her insightful analysis of "the multiple identities of Maiden Heinrich" (131), a woman who openly admitted to transvestism
Nowadays, the shock waves have been replaced by an acceptance of homosexuality, transvestism
and sex change surgery.
In this runaway hit thriller about Charlie, a pyrokinetic tot, and her warmhearted left-wing dad on the run from the government, King makes the classic mistake of confusing transvestism
with homosexuality, personified here in "slightly effeminate" scientist Dr.
Obviously, in another setting it would be crucial to study each such variant, but the fundamental similarity of children within these various northern groups who were anointed in their roles by parents, which involve long-term transvestism
, and the performance of tasks customary for the opposite sex, can hardly be gainsaid.
During her travels with her uncle Alberic, each time Zapinette opened a cupboard, she found a skeleton of his: his past girlfriends, his aristocratic youth, his bisexuality, his transvestism
Bondage gear, transvestism
and gun-toting all feature in the surreal world they encounter.
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Twain's next depiction of transvestism
would come eight years after "A Medieval Romance," in the 1876 portion of Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, a novel where all of the main characters (Huckleberry, Jim, and Tom) don female dress at different junctures.
105); equally, the pervasive jet-powered idiom can demonstrate the art of sinking (Kristina Straub 'would question whether the homophobic exclusions of ambiguous masculinity in eighteenth-century theatrical transvestism
[sic] were quite as totalizing as they would appear at first glance', so, I believe, would we all).
was immoral and scandalous in the real world; but a woman dressing as a man, forbidden in reality, was somehow tantalizing if not erotic to both male and female audiences in the theatre.
For critical tools in my analysis, then, I will be drawing on certain important works in psychoanalytic theory and criticism: by Joan Riviere(3) and by Mary Anne Doane,(4) on masquerade; and by Marjorie Garber in Vested Interests, her recent encyclopedic work on transvestism