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Disturbing the Sleep of Bachelors. The Angel Must Hang. Back Matter Pages About this book Introduction This book explores the construction of male ot in nineteenth-century American literature and comes up with some startling findings.

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Far from desiring heterosexual sex and wishing to bond with other men through fraternity, the male protagonists of classic American literature mainly want to be left. Greven makes the claim that American men, eschewing both marriage and male friendship, strive to remain emotionally and sexually inviolate.]Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle The men of Greven.

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This book explores the construction of male sexuality in nineteenth-century American literature and comes up with some startling findings. Far from desiring heterosexual sex and wishing to bond with other men through fraternity, the male protagonists of classic American literature mainly want to be left.

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Greven makes the claim that American men, eschewing both marriage and male friendship, strive to remain emotionally and sexually inviolate. Examining the work of traditional authors - Hawthorne, Poe, Melville, Cooper, Irving, Greve - Greven discovers highly untraditional and transgressive representations of desire and sexuality. Objects of desire from both women and other men, the inviolate males discussed in this study overturn established gendered and sexual categories, just as this study overturns archetypal assumptions about American manhood and American literature.

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