n English in Africa - Mother, missus, mate : bisexuality in Tatamkhulu Afrika's Mr Chameleon and Bitter Eden
|Article Title||Mother, missus, mate : bisexuality in Tatamkhulu Afrika's Mr Chameleon and Bitter Eden|
|© Publisher:||Institute for the Study of English in Africa (ISEA)|
|Journal||English in Africa|
|Publication Date||Oct 2005|
|Pages||185 - 211|
Bisexuality marks the spot where all our questions about eroticism, repression, and social arrangements come to crisis. (Marjorie Garber 1995, 368) The discourse of the body is not a matter of Lawrentian ganglions and suave loins of darkness, but a politics of the body, a rediscovery of its sociability through an awareness of the forces which control and subordinate it. (Terry Eagleton 1983, 215)
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