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Hunt & Radhika Balakrishnan (London & New York: Routledge, 2000): 93–121. Casteel, Sarah Phillips. 1 (2003): 12–28. Fataneh, Farahani. “Veiled References: Narrative Constructions of ‘Exotic’ Female Desire,” paper presented at the Sex and Secrecy Conference, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, 22–25 June 2003. Jantzen, Grace M. “Good Sex: Beyond Private Pleasure,” in Good Sex: Feminist Perspectives from the World’s Religions, ed. Patricia Beattie Jung, Mary E. Hunt & Radhika Balakrishnan (New Brunswick NJ & London: Rutgers UP, 2001): 3–14.
There are obstacles. Bodies lie in rows, raised from the ground, but there is not enough room so the floors are soon covered with bags and restless bodies. From waiting-room, to waiting. It is the waiting-room of history in which various destinies are shuffled as the trains are shunted from one track to another to move bodies from one destination to another. The nameless restless bodies that are stacked on the 5 Ranka Primorac, “Iron Butterflies: Notes on Yvonne Vera’s Butterfly Burning,” in Sign and Taboo: Perspectives on the Poetic Fiction of Yvonne Vera, ed.
10 Beyala, Tu t’appelleras Tanga, 20. “She has become a woman […], she’ll keep any man” (12). 11 Thus the choice of this image should not to be read as a reference to a supposed cultural ‘reality’, but, rather, as a rhetorical strategy. The repetition of this cutting-up of the body in a scene where a male character, as representative of the patriarchal order, performs the ‘mutilation’ himself places this metaphor in a contemporary context in which cultural practices seem to have been transformed in order to reinforce social (here, gender) order: Il dit qu’il va me sculpter à ses désirs et que, désormais, j’exigerai de l’homme les mouvements qu’il m’aura appris.
Body, Sexuality, and Gender: Versions and Subversions in African Literatures 1 (Matatu, Numbers 29-30) by Flore Veit-Wild, Dirk Naguschewski