|Title:||Somewhere in the Double Rainbow: Representations of Bisexuality in Post-Apartheid Novels|
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|Publisher:||University Of KwaZulu-Natal Press; 1 edition (July 1, 2007)|
933538 22. Personal Name: Stobie, Cheryl. Publication, Distribution, et. Scottsville, South Africa On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Somewhere in the double rainbow : representations of bisexuality in post-apartheid novels, Cheryl Stobie.
Representations of bisexuality in each of the texts I examine vary; however, together they form a crucial cartography of a liberalization of the imagination in post-apartheid South Africa: a space of anxiety and hope, a space particularly revealing the ongoing evolution of a national identity, and newly part of a global community. Reading bisexuality accurately contributes to the disruption of binaries and illumination of the interstitial associated with the post-apartheid moment in general, and contemporary South African literature and literary criticism in particular.
Bisexuality has been explored in increasing numbers of South African novels published since 1994. In a society previously dominated by an either/or mindset, what does this development signify? The innovative Somewhere in the Double Rainbow answers this question by examining a number of these novels in depth, looking at South African literature, the nation, and citizenship Bisexuality has been explored in increasing numbers of South African novels published since 1994. Be the first to ask a question about Somewhere in the Double Rainbow. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
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Stobie reflects on the double rainbow (race and sex), and gives a short history of bisexuality in the West. This shows that if you take the Marjorie Garber approach, which is to say to treat many manifestations of sexuality generally as symptoms of bisexuality, you make of it a very inclusive frame. Stobie talks about variant sexualities in Africa and South Africa (boy wives, female husbands), intending to come out at a realistic epistemology of bisexuality in South Africa.
122 Chantal ZABUS Somewhere in the Double Rainbow: Representations of Bisexuality in Post-Apartheid Novels. There is, however, a more annoying flaw in this book: its time frame. It appears that the temporal references in the text (found in adjectives like ‘recent’ and ‘current’ or phrases like ‘to date’ and ‘the last decade’) relate not to the actual time of publication, . 2007, but to the early 1990s, obviously the time when the text was written, which is confirmed by a bibliography containing no items published after that period. These could have been profitably included to make this study more comprehensive.
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Cheryl Stobie of University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban (ukzn) with expertise in: English Literature, World Literatures and Religious Studies. After a brief overview of her book, Somewhere in the Double Rainbow: Representations of Bisexuality in Post-Apartheid Novels, published in 2007, the author examines a number of more recent authors’ treatments of bisexuality. She argues that Damon Galgut's In a Strange Room: Three Journeys portrays bisexual characters in terms of stereotypes; however, other novels, by authors across a range of subject positions, are more open and accepting of sexual fluidity.
Somewhere in the double rainbow: representations of bisexuality in post. Erica Jong was born on March 26, 1942. from Barnard College and a . in 18th Century English Literature from Columbia University. She also attended Columbia University's graduate writing program where she studied poetry.