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Bryn Mawr Classical Review 1998.1.12

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1.   Masters, J. (1992), Poetry and Civil War in Lucan's Bellum Civile (Cambridge), 138-9; 205-6; esp. chs. 4, 6.  


2.   Bramble, J.C. (1982), [quot ]Lucan,[quot ] in Cambridge History of Classical Literature vol. ii (Cambridge), 533-57.  


3.   Scarry, E. (1985), The Body in Pain (Oxford).  


4.   Bakhtin, M.M. (1984), trans. Iswolsky, H., Rabelais and His World (Bloomington).  


5.   Mulvey, L. (1975), [quot ]Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema,[quot ] Screen 16.3: 6-18.  


6.   de Lauretiis, T. (1984), Alice Doesn't: Feminism, Semiotics, Cinema (Bloomington); ibid (1987), Technologies of Gender: Essays on Theory, Film and Fiction, (Bloomington).  


7.   See, for example, Rose, J. (1986) Sexuality in the Field of Vision (London) or Zizek, S. and Salecl, R (eds.) (1996) Gaze and Voice and Love Objects (Durham, London); here too Freud on perverse forms of viewing and Lacan on the gaze are crucial.  


8.   Henderson, J. (1988), [quot ]Lucan/The Word at War, in The Imperial Muse: Ramus Essays on Roman Literature of the Empire (ed. Boyle, A.J.), 122-164.

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