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Table of Contents Acknowledgments vii Preface 1 1. Arcadia and the Passionate Shepherds of Brokeback Mountain 00 by Henry Alley 2. Proulx's Pastoral: Brokeback Mountain as Sacred Space 00 by Ginger Jones 3. Buried in the Family Plot: The Cost of Pattern Maintenance 00 to Ennis and Jack by Jim Stacy 4. Love and Death in an American Story: A "Vulgar" Reading of 000 Brokeback Mountain by John Kitterman 5. The "Gay Film" That Wasn't: The Heterosexual Supplement 000 in Brokeback Mountain by Lisa Arellano 6. Gay Cowboys Close to Home: Ennis Del Mar on the Q.T. 000 by Hiram Perez 7. "When This Thing Grabs Hold of Us . . .": Spatial Myth, 000 Rhetoric, and Conceptual Blending in Brokeback Mountain by Jen E. Boyle 8. From "Nature's Love" to Natural Love: Brokeback Mountain, 000 Universal Identification, and Gay Politics by Xinghua Li 9. Broke(n)back Faggots: Hollywood Gives Queers a 000 Hobson's Choice by W.C. Harris 10. Brokeback Mountain at the Oscars 000 by Charles Eliot Mehler 11. Whiteness of Another Kind of Love:Letting Sexuality 000 and Race Talk by Long T. Bui 12. The Queerness of Country: Brokeback's Soundscape 000 by Noah Tsika 13. Performing "Lonesome Cowboy" and "Jack Nasty": The 000 Stars' Negotiation of Norms and Desires by Jessica L.W. Carey 14. Lessons Learned on Brokeback Mountain: Expanding the 000 Possibilities of American Manhood by John Ibson 15. Love and Silence, Possibility and Penguins 000 by Jim Stacy Select Bibliography 000 About the Contributor 000 Index 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Brokeback Mountain (Motion picture).
Proulx, Annie. Brokeback Mountain.