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Playing dirty : sexuality and waste in early modern comedy, Will Stockton

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Playing dirty : sexuality and waste in early modern comedy
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Playing dirty
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sexuality and waste in early modern comedy
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Will Stockton
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eng
Summary
Playing Dirty is full of dirty jokes. Arguing that the early modern excremental body is in many ways an erotic body, Will Stockton with humor and dry wit reads psychoanalytic theory through early modern comedies, claiming that it is helpful, rather than inimical, to the project of historicizing the body. Noting that psychoanalysis has traditionally operated in a paranoid framework that relentlessly produces evidence of the same ôtruths, ö Stockton turns to a minority practice in psychoanalysisùassociated with Jean Laplancheùto develop a more ôplayfulö analytic for literary studies. This analytic
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Playing dirty : sexuality and waste in early modern comedy, Will Stockton
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Playing dirty : sexuality and waste in early modern comedy, Will Stockton
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.5749/j.ctttt3xn
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 119-151) and index
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Contents
Introduction -- The wandering anus: Ben Jonson, John Harington, and humanist homopoetics -- Shakespeare's ass: The merry wives of Windsor and the butt of the joke -- Happy endings: healing sick desires in All's well that ends well -- Happy endings II: The unfortunate traveller, the "frenzy of the visible," and the comedy of anti-semitism -- The pardoner's dirty breeches: cynicism and kynicism in The Canterbury tales
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