Dealing with moral, political and sexual tensions, this volume provides a forum for male/female dialogue concerning the history, dissemination and consequences of pornographic representaion in film and literature, aiming to challenge established views and inspire further exploration and debate.
The volume presents eleven essays on the related complex and always controversial topics of pornography and eroticism. Concentrating on pornographic and erotic representation in literature and film, each essay is written with an authority based on contemporary theoretical perspectives such as feminism, post-structuralism, Marxism, Lacanian psychoanalysis and film theory.
Dealing with a topic fraught with moral, political and sexual tensions, the book provides a forum for a male/female dialogue concerning the history, dissemination and consequences of pornographic representation that will challenge established views and open doors to further exploration and debate.
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