Daniel Juan Gil examines sixteenth-century English literary concepts of sexuality that frame erotic ties as neither bound by social customs nor transgressive of them, but rather as “loopholes” in people's associations. Engaging Sidney's Astrophil and Stella, Spenser's The Faerie Queene, and Shakespeare's sonnets, among others Gil demonstrates how sexuality was conceived as a relationship system not institutionalized in a domestic realm._x000B_
Subjects: Language & Literature
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