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Labyrinth of Desire - Rosemary Sullivan

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"A beautifully woven tapestry of insightful corollaries and personal stories, offering fresh conjectures into the psyches of women and men in love." -- Elle . Think of torch songs and the tango. Think of films such as Casablanca and The English Patient , of novels such as Wuthering Heights and Rebecca . Think of romantic, obsessive love, the hot bed of passion we fall into, the emotion we call true love. This is the subject of Rosemary Sullivan's provocative and fascinating book. Beginning with her own telling of a fictional love story, she then, chapter by chapter, deconstructs it, skillfully pushing back the layers of meaning to look at what is really happening. Using literature, mythology, film, and personal anecdote; with graceful writing and an intimate knowledge of the subject, Rosemary Sullivan has written a brilliant exploration of our desire for romantic love as she attempts to answer the question, Why do women love as they do?

Introductionp. 1
Women of the Heartp. 7
The Story Beneath the Storyp. 25
The Empty Landscapep. 27
Love at First Sightp. 31
The Dinner Partyp. 38
The Shadow Artistp. 40
Erotic Gesturesp. 50
The Bodyp. 57
Passion's Chemistryp. 59
Modelsp. 62
The Demon Loverp. 67
The First Conversationp. 83
The Gnawing Hungerp. 87
Sex and Desirep. 91
Dreamsp. 97
Tantalus Lovep. 102
Pleasurable Crueltyp. 114
Don Juan/Dona Juanap. 117
Erotic Diabolismp. 122
Two Solitudes Meetp. 125
Self-Portrait with Mirrorsp. 129
The Silver Screenp. 139
Griefp. 150
I Want Thisp. 162
Coda: The Story Resumes/Women of the Heartp. 165
Afterwordp. 173
Acknowledgmentsp. 177
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ISBN: 9781582432878
ISBN-10: 1582432872
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 178
Published: 1st September 2003
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 19.08 x 13.39  x 1.37
Weight (kg): 0.2
Edition Number: 1