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Ueer Theory and Brokeback Mountain examines ueer theory as it emerged in the past three decades and discusses how Brokeback Mountain can be understood through the terms of this in the past three decades and discusses how Brokeback Mountain can be understood through the terms of this of scholarship and activism Organized into two parts in the #First Half The Author Discusses Key Canonical # half the author discusses ey canonical within ueer theory including the work of writers as Judith Butler Michel Foucault and Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick He provides an histor. .
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