Edward Carpenter, Walt Whitman, and Working-Class ‘Comradeship.’
The contributors to this volume interpret various facets of masculinity, including many forms of sexuality and eroticism, institutional structures such as boys' public schools, and class formations and divisions. The authors demonstrate how the various constructions of same-sex desire in nineteenth-century Britain function with ambivalence and antagonism. Illustrated.
Repository citation: Pannapacker, William A., "Edward Carpenter, Walt Whitman, and Working-Class ‘Comradeship.’" (2000). Faculty Publications. Paper 830.
Published in: Mapping Male Sexuality : Nineteenth-century England, December 1, 2000, pages 277-296. Copyright © 2000 Fairleigh Dickinson, Madison, New Jersey.
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