Tracking the Body: Dorothy Porter's <em> Monkey's Mask</em>
Keywords:Dorothy Porter, poetry, detective fiction, desire, lesbianism
AbstractThe paper argues that Porter's text transgresses categories of poetry/fiction and desire. Sexual difference and sexual desire are indistinguishable from the drive of the narrative to intensify and locate the body.
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