KAYLOR, Michael Matthew. 'The Divine Friend, Unknown, Most Desired': The Problematic Uranian Poets. Online. In Theory and Practice in English Studies. Brno: Masaryk University, 2004. p. 71-76, vol. 2, 6 pp. ISBN 80-210-3394-0. [citováno 2024-04-24]
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Original name 'The Divine Friend, Unknown, Most Desired': The Problematic Uranian Poets
Name in Czech 'The Divine Friend, Unknown, Most Desired': The Problematic Uranian Poets
Authors KAYLOR, Michael Matthew (840 United States of America, guarantor)
Edition Brno, Theory and Practice in English Studies, p. 71-76, vol. 2, 6 pp. 2004.
Publisher Masaryk University
Other information
Original language English
Type of outcome Proceedings paper
Field of Study Literature, mass media, audio-visual activities
Country of publisher Czech Republic
Confidentiality degree is not subject to a state or trade secret
RIV identification code RIV/00216224:14210/04:00031324
Organization unit Faculty of Arts
ISBN 80-210-3394-0
Keywords (in Czech) Frederick Rolfe; Uranians; pederasty
Keywords in English Frederick Rolfe; Uranians; pederasty
Tags Frederick Rolfe, pederasty, Uranians
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Abstract
Particularly in regard to Frederick Rolfe, this paper considers the ways that the voyeuristic posturing of the Uranians constitutes a unique temperament in English letters. Secondly, it considers the ways that the illegality of their desires resulted in a form of self-fashioning no less marked than that of their Elizabethan predecessors, though taking a different stance, a stance gilded by an astonishing degree of secrecy, a secrecy that makes the Uranians a scholarly challenge to engage.
Abstract (in Czech)
Particularly in regard to Frederick Rolfe, this paper considers the ways that the voyeuristic posturing of the Uranians constitutes a unique temperament in English letters. Secondly, it considers the ways that the illegality of their desires resulted in a form of self-fashioning no less marked than that of their Elizabethan predecessors, though taking a different stance, a stance gilded by an astonishing degree of secrecy, a secrecy that makes the Uranians a scholarly challenge to engage.
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