The Mythology of Transgression: Homosexuality as Metaphor

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NOTES

CHAPTER 1
1.
See Highwater, Language of Vision, chap. 16.

CHAPTER 4
1.
"The Barna Report" ( January 1992), Time, March 19, 1993.
2.
American Sociological Review, December 1992, according to Newsweek, November 29, 1993.
3.
See Highwater, "Body as Sin," in Myth and Sexuality.
4.
William Butler Yeats, "The Second Coming."

CHAPTER 5
1.
See Highwater, "Tewa Rain-Power Ceremony," in Ritual of the Wind.
2.
See Highwater, "Body as Lover," in Myth and Sexuality.

CHAPTER 6
1.
Alexander Vilenkin, Discover, "The Mediocre Universe," February 1996.
2.
"Sex as Suicide," Time, January 15, 1996.
3.
Discover, "The End of Self," April 1996.
4.
Frank Sulloway, "The Trouble with Sigmund," Newsweek, December 18, 1995.
5.
Time, "Science, God, and Man," December 28, 1992.
6.
The Advocate, "The Gay Gene," December 26, 1995.
7.
Time, "Gay Genes: Can Homosexuality Really Be Inherited?" November 13, 1995.
8.
"Nature Plus Nurture," Newsweek, November 13, 1995.
9.
Chandler Burr, "The Destiny of You: Once a Gay Gene Is Found, Can Gene Therapy Be Far Behind?" The Advocate, December 26, 1995.

CHAPTER 7
1.
See Senior, The Way Down and Out.
2.
Tzara, Dada Manifesto on Feeble Love and Bitter Love.
3.
See Highwater, Language of Vision.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Contents ix
  • Outside the Walls 1 3
  • 2 - Inside the Walls 23
  • 3 - Beyond the Walled City 31
  • 4 51
  • Transgression as Deformity 5 71
  • Transgression as Science 6 99
  • Transgression as Sensibility 7 149
  • Transgression as Culture 8 185
  • 9 - Transgression as Revelaton 221
  • Notes 239
  • Bibliography 241
  • Index 247
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