Andre Gide: Pederasty and Pedagogy by Naomi Segal

Andre Gide: Pederasty and Pedagogy

byNaomi Segal

Hardcover | October 1, 1998

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This book makes a powerful and somtimes contentious contribution to current debates in gender, feminist, and queer theory. Tracing the hydraulic image in a range of theoretical texts on pedagogy, pederasty, reproductive fantasy, and the anthropology of body fluids, Naomi Segal goes on toexamine this imagery in the writings of Andre Gide. Gide's sexuality was explicitly central to everything he wrote, but it was complex and diverse, motivated as much by undesire as by curiosity and the chase. The ventriloquism of the female voice, versions of triangularity, the potentially endless male chain, the desire of sun on skin, a sidewaysgenealogy, and the gratuity of crime, education, virtue, or playthese mobile patterns are found throughout his fiction and non-fiction. In Gide's polemic, it is always better to be loved by an uncle than an aunt; but all love is motivated by the fluidity of the swerve.

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Naomi Segal is at University of Reading.
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Title:Andre Gide: Pederasty and PedagogyFormat:HardcoverPublished:October 1, 1998Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198159765

ISBN - 13:9780198159766

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Table of Contents

1. Pedagogy, pederasty, difference, and desire2. Gide's body3. Her voice4. Male chains5. The dangerous individual6. Uncles and aunts7. Catherine and `Victor'8. AndrogydeSelect BibliographyIndex