Table of contents for Insult and the making of the gay self / Didier Eribon ; translated by Michael Lucey.


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Table of Contents Abbreviations vii Acknowledgments ix Preface to the American Edition xii Forward: The Language of the Tribe 1 Part One: A World of Insult 18 1. The Shock of Insult 18 2. The Flight to the City 23 3. Friendship as a Way of Life 32 4. Sexuality and Professions 38 5. Family and "Melancholy" 46 6. The City and Conservative Discourse 54 7. To Tell or Not to Tell 61 8. Heterosexual Interpellation 74 9. The "Subjected" Soul 84 10. Caricature and Collective Insult 92 11. Inversions 103 12. On Sodomy 115 13. Subjectivity and Private Life 127 14. Existence Precedes Essence 141 15. Unrealizable Identity 149 16. Perturbations 165 17. The Individual and the Group 174 Part Two: Specters of Wilde 189 1. How "Arrogant Pederasts" Come into Being 190 2. An Unspeakable Vice 204 3. A Nation of Artists 214 4. Philosopher and Lover 224 5. Moral Contamination 235 6. The Truth of Masks 243 7. The Greeks Against the Psychiatrists 253 8. The Democracy of Comrades 262 9. Margot-la-boulangäre and the Baronne-aux-Çpingles 274 10. From Momentary Pleasures to Social Reform 284 11. The Will to Disturb 299 12. The "Preoccupation with Homosexuality" 310 Part Three: Michel Foucault's Heterotopias 328 1. Much More Beauty 329 2. From Night to the Light of Day 332 3. The Impulse to Escape 340 4. Homosexuality and Unreason 352 5. The Birth of Perversion 366 6. The Third Sex 375 7. Producing Subjects 386 8. Philosophy in the Closet 395 9. When Two Guys Hold Hands 404 10. Resistance and Counter-Discourse 414 11. Becoming Gay 426 12. Among Men 436 13. Making Differences 448 Appendix: Hannah Arendt and "Defamed Groups" 454 Notes 469 Works Cited Index 




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Gays Social conditions, Gays Psychology, Homosexuality in literature, French literature 20th century History and criticism