Table of contents for The economics of fantasy : rape in twentieth-century literature / Sharon Stockton.

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Contents
Acknowledgments
Chapter 1	Introduction
Chapter 2	High Modernism and the Rape of God
Chapter 3	Engineering Fascism:
		Ayn Rand, Ezra Pound, and the Virile Hero
Chapter 4	Mourning the Father, Displaced by Technology:
		Wyndham Lewis, D. H. Lawrence, and William Faulkner
Chapter 5	Consumer Fetishism and the Violence of the Gaze:
	Vladimir Nabokov and D. M. Thomas
Chapter 6	The Disappearing Female Body and the New Worker:
	John Barth, William Gibson, Neal Stephenson, 
	Nicholson Baker, and Thomas Pynchon
Chapter 7	¿The best rape story I have ever read¿:
	Waste Management and the Scapegoated Rapist
Chapter 8	Conclusion: A Different Rape Story?
Notes
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

American literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Rape in literature.
English literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Power (Social sciences) in literature.
Masculinity in literature.
Violence in literature.