Table of contents for Reading Brokeback Mountain : essays on the story and the film / edited by Jim Stacy.

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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.