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Genre Fission: A New Discourse Practice for Culture Studies

By Marleen S. Barr
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2000
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English
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University Of Iowa Press
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Summary

<DIV>What do Amsterdam prostitutes, NASA astronauts, cross-dressing texts, and <I>Star Trek  </I>characters have in common?  In <I>Genre Fission, </I>Marleen Barr wittily and eccentrically revitalizes cultural and literary theory by examining the points where such vastly different categories meet, converge, and reemerge as something new.</DIV>

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