Stanford English scholar explores the aesthetics of sexuality in Victorian novels – Stanford University News


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Stanford English scholar explores the aesthetics of sexuality in Victorian novels
Stanford University News
By disguising eroticism as ornate description, turn-of-the-century novelists could hint at sexual frustration without coming too close to explicit depiction. Such masochistic scenes occur in the novels of Emily Brontë, Thomas Hardy, D. H. Lawrence and

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