Klaus Theweleit ; foreword by Barbara Ehrenreich ; translated by Stephen Conway in collaboration with Erica Carter and Chris Turner
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Preface. Chapter 1. Men and Women. Seven Marriages +ACo- The Historical Context and the Nature of the Material +ACo- Biographical Tradition +ACo- Partings +ACo- Brides +ACo- De-Realization +ACo- Hands Off+ACE- +ACo- Visions +ACo- Erasing the Stain +ACo- Forms of Defence +ACo- A Soldiers's Love +ACo- Excursus on 'Homosexuality' and Where We Go From Here +ACo- A Soldiers Love (continued) +ACo- Woman as Aggressor +ACo- Rifle-Women: The Castrating Woman +ACo- The Red Nurse - On Sythen's Ground Where Myths Abound +ACo- The White Nurse - Countess of Sythen's Castle +ACo- Mothers +ACo- Sisters +ACo- Marriage - Sisters of Comrades +ACo- The Lady with the Light +ACo- An Aside on Proletarian Reality. . . +ACo- Attacks on Women +ACo- Sexual Murder: Killing for Pleasure +ACo- Preliminary Findings. Chapter 2. Floods, Bodies, History. Aggregate States of the Bodily Interior +ACo- Streams +ACo- Origins of the Anti-Female Armor +ACo- Some Characteristics of an Artificial Relation: The Maintainance of Lack in Relationships between te Sexes +ACo- Contamination of the Body's Peripheral Areas +ACo- The Body as Dirt +ACo- Dam and Flood: The Ritual of Parading in Mass. Notes. Bibliography. Index.