|Title||Romanticism, Gender, and Violence: Blake to George Sodini|
|Description||Combining queer theory with theories of affect, psychoanalysis, and Foucauldian genealogy, Romanticism, Gender, and Violence: Blake to George Sodini theorizes performative melancholia, a condition where, regardless of sexual orientation, over-investment in gender norms causes subjects who are unable to embody those norms to experience socially expected ('normal') gender as something unattainable or lost.|
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