INDEX
AIDS/HIV, 1-2, 76. See
also
Mourning
Anger, Kenneth, 15; Scorpio
Rising,
28-29
Apollo,45-50
Apollyon,49-50
Bakst, Leon, 69
Ballerina, figure of, 152-53
Bara, Theda, 81
Barthes, Roland: A
Lover's
Discourse, 5-6
Beaton, Cecil (quoted), 69
Benjamin, Walter, 25
Bergler, Edmund,
III
Bernhardt, Sarah, 164-67
Bersani, Leo (quoted), 90
Body, female, as spectacle: in Mal-
larme's "Ballets," 152-54; in Rubin-
stein's performance, 72; in Vigee-
Lebrun's Se!f-Portrait, 62, 64-65
Body, male: in Gericault's Raft of
the
Medusa, 53-56; in Houdini's per-
formances, 8; in James's theater
criticism, 162; in
Midnight
Cowboy,
127-28; renunciation ofin modern
period, 176 n.9; as spectacle, 8-9,
32-33,40-41, 174 n.6; in superhero
comics, 109; in Warhol's art, 95-97;
in Yiddish theater, 162
Body parts, fantasmatic circulation
of: in Henry James's "initiation into
style," 44-46. See also Disorientation
Borch-Jacobsen, Mikkel, 15
Brecht, Stefan, 82-83
Bunyan, John:
Pilgrim's Progress,
51
Butler, Judith: on imitation, 9, 152
Caws, Mary Ann, 136, 137, 141-43
Chauncey, George: Gay New York, 159-
60
Childhood. See Queer childhood
Closet, figure of the: in Jack Smith's
work, 78, 85, 90
Comedy. See Tragedy and comedy,
confusion of
Cornell, Joseph, 8, 13, 133-54; gregari-
ousness of, 139; queer sexuality and
his work, 136-37; writing about pink
cake, 150-51
Couture, Thomas: Falconer, 41-44, 51-
52; Romans of
the Decadence, 39-41,
51-52,53
Crow, Thomas, 55
Davis, Whitney, 35-36, 57-58, 177-78
n.29
Delacroix, Eugene: Apollo
Difeating the
Python, 47-48, 53
Derrida, Jacques: "The Double Session"
(quoted), 151-52
Desire: female-female, 62-65, 71-72;
male-male,
12,
26, 29-30, 31-34, 35-
36, 81-82, 95, 97, 118, 160-61
(see
also
Sadomasochism, male-male);
mimetic character of, 15-16, 174
n.
I
(see
also
Disorientation); oral,
137-38; and visualization, 5-6; and
voyeurism, 143-44
Diaghilev, Serge:
Scheherazade, 68-75
Dick Tracy (comic strip), 104-5
Dijkstra, Bram, 71-72
Disorientation, 15-17, 172.
See also
Body
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