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Beyond Binaries, Borders, and Boundaries

Mapping the City in John Rechy's City of Night

Eir-Anne Edgar

demarcate sexuality with “gay” and “straight” boundary lines are futile, as are police efforts to differentiate between “legal” and “illegal” activity. Anticipation about the novel from publishers helped make the book a projected New York Times

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Modernist Embodiment

Sisyphean Landscape Allegory in Cinema

David Melbye

incline for an extended duration, mobilized by the psychological anticipation of a realizable goal, only to have that goal fail repeatedly. Of course, any ancient Greek or postclassical consumer of this depicted scenario must be willing to suspend the

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Anxious Breath

An Autoethnographic Exploration of Non-binary Queerness, Vulnerability, and Recognition in Step Out

Lara Bochmann and Erin Hampson

sense of control and its anticipation in approaching and crossing physical and metaphorical thresholds and the implications this can have for us. Although, while our experience of violence instigated the making of the film and has been an important

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Looking for Something to Signify

Something to Signify Gender Performance and Cuban Masculinity in Viva

David Yagüe González

, then, the performativity of gender revolves around this metalepsis, the way in which the anticipation of a gendered essence produces that which it posits as outside itself. Secondly, performativity is not a singular act, but a repetition and a ritual

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Eliza Deac

words in an electronic space” ( this writing ). Writing, in this feminine interpretation, becomes a means of giving life, in marked contrast with the dominant view of the major romantic poets, for whom the process of inscription is an anticipation of

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Shadows, Screens, Bodies, and Light

Reading the Discursive Shadow in the Age of American Silent Cinema

Amy E. Borden

the magical. … One English boy later recalled the delicious anticipation of seeing his first film show as ‘yet another glimpse of the supernatural in a world half shrouded in a fog of myth’” (1999: 179). By surveying articles and records printed in