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➜ [KINDLE] ❆ Opacity and the Closet: Queer Tactics in Foucault, Barthes, and Warhol By Nicholas De Villiers ➦ – 17th-century.co Opacity and the Closet interrogates the viability of the metaphor of the closet when applied to three important ueer figures in postwar American and French culture the philosopher Michel Foucault the Opacity and the Closet interrogates the viability of the metaphor of the closet when applied to three important ueer figures in postwar American and French culture the philosopher Michel Foucault the literary critic Roland Barthes and the pop artist Andy Warhol Nicholas de Villiers proposes a new approach to these cultural icons that accounts for the ueerness of their works and public personas Rather.

Than reading their self presentations as closeted de Villiers suggests that they invent and deploy productive strategies of opacity that resist the closet and the confessional discourse associated with it Deconstructing binaries linked with the closet that have continued to influence both gay and straight receptions of these intellectual and pop celebrities de Villiers illuminates the philosophical im.

opacity pdf closet: ebok queer mobile tactics kindle foucault pdf barthes kindle warhol free Opacity and ebok the Closet: kindle the Closet: Queer Tactics book and the Closet: free and the Closet: Queer Tactics ebok Opacity and the Closet: Queer Tactics in Foucault Barthes and Warhol PDF/EPUBThan reading their self presentations as closeted de Villiers suggests that they invent and deploy productive strategies of opacity that resist the closet and the confessional discourse associated with it Deconstructing binaries linked with the closet that have continued to influence both gay and straight receptions of these intellectual and pop celebrities de Villiers illuminates the philosophical im.

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