Publication: Economies of Desire at the Victorian Fin de Siècle: Libidinal Lives (Routledge 2016)

Jane Ford, Kim Edwards Keates, and Patricia Pulham (eds.), Economies of Desire at the Victorian Fin de Siècle: Libidinal Lives (Routledge 2016)
Economies of desire
 
Introduction
 
Part I: Articulating Desire
 
1. Always Leave Them Wanting More: Oscar Wilde’s Salome and the Failed Circulations of Desire (by Ruth Robbins)
 
2. A.E. Housman’s Ballad Economies (by Veronica Alfano)
 
3. Perfume Clouds: Olfaction, Memory, and Desire in Arthur Symons’s London Nights (1895) (by Jane Desmarais)
 
Part II: Human Currencies
 
4. Urban Economies and the Dead-Woman Muse in the Poetry of Amy Levy and Djuna Barnes (by Sarah Parker)
 
5. Greek Gift and “Given Being”: The Libidinal Economies of Vernon Lee’s Supernatural Tales (by Jane Ford)
 
6. The Aesthete, the Banker, and the Saint: Economies of Gift and Desire in Lucas Malet’s The Far Horizon (1906) (by Catherine Delyfer)
 
Part III: Queer Performativity
 
7. Living Parody: Eric, Count Stenbock, and Decadent Performativity (by Matthew Bradley)
 
8. Camp Aesthetics and Inequality: Baron Corvo’s Toto Stories (by Kristin Mahoney)
 
9. ‘Our brains struck fire each from each’: Disidentification, Difference, and Desire in the Collaborative Aesthetics of Michael Field (Jill R. Ehnenn)
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