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Title Sexed sentiments : interdisciplinary perspectives on gender and emotion / edited by Willemijn Ruberg and Kristine Steenbergh
Imprint Amsterdam ; New York : Rodopi, c2011
book jacket
 Euro-Am Studies Lib 2F  809 C8996 v.34 2011    AVAILABLE  -  30500101389768
 Introduction / Willemijn Rubergp.1
Part IHistorical perspectives 
 An individual of feeling: emotion, gender, and subjectivity in historical perspectives on sensibility / E. Deidre Pribramp.21
 Pale & dejected exhausted by the waste of sorrow: courtship and the expression of emotion, Mary Shackleton, 1783-1791 / Kevin O'Neillp.47
 Divine providence and resignation: the role of religion in the management of the emotions of the Anglo-Irish countess of Dunraven, Caroline Wyndham-Quin (1790-1870) / Odette Clarkep.71
Part IILiterary perspectives 
 Emotion, performance and gender in Shakespear's Hamlet / Kristine Steenberghp.93
 Monstrous masculinity and emotion torture in William Godwin's fleetwood, the new man of feeling / Evert Jan Van Leeuwenp.117
 The double wound: shame and trauma in Joy Kogawa's Obasan / Sinead McDermottp.141
 Quentin crisp, camp and the art of shamelessness / Ingrid Hotz-Daviesp.165
Part IIISocial science perspectives 
 The social psychologising of emotion and gender: a critical perspective / Abigail Lockep.185
 Empathy, emotion and feminist solidarities / Breda Grayp.207
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