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008    051017s2004                        eng d 
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100 1  Nocentelli-Truett, Carmen 
245 10 Islands of love:  Europe, "India", and interracial romance
       (Luis de Camoes, Portugal, Jan Huygen van Linschoten, The 
       Netherlands, Bartolome Leonardo de Argensola, Spain, John 
       Fletcher, John Dryden) 
300    153 p 
500    Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 65-
       04, Section: A, page: 1358 
500    Advisers:  Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht; Stephen Orgel 
502    Thesis (Ph.D.)--Stanford University, 2004 
520    This study discusses the role of interracial romance in 
       the discourses of early modern expansion into South and 
       Southeast Asia. I focus on poems, travelogues, histories, 
       and plays---including Camoes's  Os Lusiadas, van 
       Linschoten's Itinerario, Argensola's Conquista de las 
       islas Malucas, Fletcher's  The Island Princess, and 
       Dryden's Amboyna---that juggle the mutually constituted 
       categories of race, class, and gender in an effort to 
       celebrate and naturalize certain structures of dominance 
       both at home and abroad. Taken collectively, these texts 
       compellingly suggest that the 'mixed' heterosexual couple 
       played a crucial function in plots of nation-making and 
       empire-building. While the pragmatics of these imbricated 
       projects varied enormously, interracial romance defined an
       area where their discursive strategies remained relatively
       consistent: by privileging certain cultural competencies 
       and dictating certain sexual prescriptions, they marked 
       the boundaries of an emerging modern (European, bourgeois)
       subjectivity 
590    School code: 0212 
590    DDC 
650  4 Literature, Comparative 
650  4 Literature, Romance 
650  4 Literature, Germanic 
650  4 Literature, English 
650  4 Theater 
690    0295 
690    0313 
690    0311 
690    0593 
690    0465 
710 20 Stanford University 
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