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VOLUME 6, ISSUE 1

Eroticisms/Erotismes

Spring 2002

Guest Co-Editor: Gerald Prince

6.1
Cover photo by Richard Lewis

Interviews
Catherine Breillat
THE ABSOLUTE OPACITY OF INTIMACY

Mathieu Belezi
THE EMOTIONS OF THE FLESH: CRUE (THE SWELL)

Photography
PHOTOS BY TADEUSZ PACZULA; PRESENTED BY ERNST BENS

Articles and Essays
Jarrod Hayes
BARTHES’ CAMPY FAG LOVE

Gwen Wells
ACCOUTREMENTS OF PASSION: FASHION, IRONY, AND FEMININE P.O.V. IN CATHERINE BREILLAT’S ROMANCE

Lydie Moudileno
PAS DE ROMANCE SANS FINANCE: LA CONSTRUCTION DU COUPLE MODERNE DANS LES ROMANS SENTIMENTAUX DE L’AFRIQUE DE L’OUEST

Richard Stamelman
THE EROS AND THANATOS OF SCENTS

Jean-Paul Guichard
“LA MARIÉE MISE À NU PAR…”: CORPS DE FEMMES, REGARDS DE FEMMES DANS LA LITTÉRATURE AU TOURNANT DU SIÈCLE

Melisse Lafrance
UNCERTAIN EROTIC: A FOUCAULDIAN READING OF HERCULINE BARBIN DITE ALEXINA B

Gaëtan Brulotte
L’ARS EROTICA DE L’OCCIDENT

Lynn Huffer
MASTURBATING DYKES: CIXOUS, IRIGARAY, LEDUC

Michel Jarrety
LA FEMME ET LE PANTIN: UN ÉROTISME DU DÉFI

Larry Schehr
WRITING BAREBACK

Christine Fiszer-Guinard
D’UN “SITE” À L’AUTRE

Nicholas Hanlon
IS THERE A SADEAN EROTICISM AT THE HEART OF BAUDRILLARD?

Questionnaire

Eroticism, or what could be called “the erotic effect” seems to be posited on a certain degree of opacity, of concealment, of ambivalence. In view of this, how can we explain its proliferation in an age of post-modern transparency and an ethic of full disclosure?

Serge Gavronsky, Claude Lanzmann, Marilyn Jaye Lewis, Françoise Rey, Abdouraham A. Waberi

Fiction and Poetry
Béatrice Libert
PETITE MORT/LITTLE DEATH

Françoise Rey
INTRODUCTION, JOUISSANCE ET EXTASE/PLEASURE AND ECSTASY