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Title: Displacing the Father: Male Homosexual Desire and Identity in Cernuda's Later Love Poetry
Authors: Martin-Clark, Philip
Issue Date: 2000
Publisher: La Trobe University
Citation: Martin-Clark, Philip 2000. Displacing the Father: Male Homosexual Desire and Identity in Cernuda's Later Love Poetry, ‘Antípodas: Journal of Hispanic and Galician Studies (Melbourne)', vols. 11-12, 91-100.
Abstract: This article is part of a wider project which aims to introduce a range of new issues and theoretical perspectives into critical writing on Luis Cernuda's poetry. One of the main objectives of this project is to stimulate further analysis and a greater understanding of male homosexual desire and identity as they are represented in Cernuda's later poetry. In this article, I draw on Leo Bersani's account of the modulation of sadism by masochism in male homosexual desire and argue that, in Cernuda's later love poetry, gay male identity is not fixed within the oppressively disciplinarian limitations of identity.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2328/1019
ISSN: 0113-2415
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