Homo-hetero-phono-graphy: on Quentin Tarantino's _Pulp Fiction_

Abstract : Quentin Tarantino's film _Pulp Fiction_ (1994) depicts ostensible males unsettled by desires for trans-sexuality or trans-sexualization as désire. _Pulp Fiction_ turns sexual identity into sexual otherness and something other than sexuality through a host of props, devices and linguistic transfers that set deconstructed sexual différence into motion pictures.
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Thomas Dutoit. Homo-hetero-phono-graphy: on Quentin Tarantino's _Pulp Fiction_. Etudes Anglaises, Klincksieck, 2008, Genre(s), 61 (3), pp.340-49. ⟨hal-01127815⟩

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