Sexuality and Form by Graham L. Hammill
Caravaggio, Marlowe, and Bacon

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This ambitious, wide-ranging study of sexuality, aesthetics, and epistemology covers everything from the aesthetics of war to the works of Caravaggio, Michaelangelo, Christopher Marlowe, and Francis Bacon, synthesizing queer theory and psychoanalysis and demonstrating the role of the body and the flesh as both a problem and a promise within the narrative arts.

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Graham L. Hammill is an assistant professor of English at the University of Notre Dame.
Published November 1, 2000 by University Of Chicago Press. 227 pages
Genres: History, Arts & Photography, Travel, Literature & Fiction, Political & Social Sciences, Gay & Lesbian, Law & Philosophy, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction