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Eighteenth-century sexuality is the focus of this issue.Contents include: Luxury and Virtue: the Breast and Political Imaginary; Gibbon and sex; Intriguing Jewelry: Royal Bodies and Scandalous Consumtion in Late Eighteenth-century France and England; An Effeminate or an Efficient nation? Masculinity in Eighteenth-century Social Commentary; Notes on The Camp: Military Effeminacy in Late Eighteenth-century Britain; Locating the Macaroni: Luxury, Sexuality and Vision in Vauxhall Gardens.
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Alan Sinfield (born 1941) is an English theorist in the fields of Shakespeare and sexuality, modern theatre, gender studies, queer theory (queer studies), post-1945 politics and cultural theory.
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