First published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of Contents
|I||Entering the Story Zone|
|1||Prologue: The Culture of Sexual Story Telling||3|
|2||An Invitation to a Sociology of Stories||18|
|3||Making Sexual Stories||32|
|II||Coming Out Everywhere: Modernist Stories of Desire, Danger and Recovery|
|4||Coming Out, Breaking the Silence and Recovering: Introducing Some Modernist Tales||49|
|5||Women's Culture and Rape Stories||62|
|6||The Modernisation of Gay and Lesbian Stories||81|
|III||Sexual Stories at Century's End|
|8||The Tale and Its Time||113|
|9||The Shifting Sexual Stories of Late Modernity||131|
|10||Intimate Citizenship: The Politics of Sexual Story Telling||144|
|11||Epilogue: Beyond Stories? The Pragmatics of Story Telling||167|
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I didn't write them, but if your looking for stories, go there.