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Contents March - May 2001

Editor: Elizabeth McMahon

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Target Article

Jennifer Livett's "Odd Couples and Double Acts, or Strange but Not Always Queer: some male pairs and the modern/postmodern subject" is a discussion in which Livett speculates on the significance of the male pair in fiction and philosophy from the modernist period to the present.

Essays, Reviews and Responses

In Future Directions for Rhetoric - Invention and Ethos in Public Critique, Ned Curthoys replies to Ivor Indyk's The Critic and the Public Culture: for example, Walter Benjamin;

Barbara Baird reviews Living Out Loud: A History of Gay and Lesbian Activismby Graham Willett;

and Monique Rooney responds to Jennifer Livett's "Odd Couples and Double Acts, or Strange but Not Always Queer: some male pairs and the modern/postmodern subject".

Hard Currency has a look at: Jacket, Paperbark Press, and Southerly

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