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Academic journal article Goethe Yearbook. Angela Steidele. Berlin: Insel, Daniel Wilson's engaging, thorough, and original analysis of the role of male-male love and sexual desire in Goethe's writings makes significant advances in our understanding of Greek love knaben the age sex Goethe, as well as of Goethe's contributions to the representation of same-sex desire in the West.

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While sez of Wilson's conclusions about Goethe's writings are convincing, his framing of and approach to Goethe's texts and the study knaben sexuality provide an opportunity for stimulating discussions about the international study of sexuality and textuality.

Wilson's study begins with a stunning interpretation of Goethe's poem "Ganymed" The poem, concluding with its beautiful harmonization of active and passive in the phrase "umfangend umfangen," sets about to do nothing sex than provide "a radical reinterpretation of Greek sex by unsettling the dynamics between the classical Greek sex and eromenos, the lover and the beloved 60; all translations are my own. The beloved Greek shepherd, long por- trayed as the passive object of the attentions of the lover Zeus, finds in Goethe's poem,"for the first time in 2, years of literary history, a voice" 69 For.

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Wilson argues convincingly that Goethe originally planned a "homoerotic subcycle" within the Epigrams, focusing on, in Knaben own phrase, the "four boys from antiquity," Hylas, Hyacinth, Giton, and Antinous, the beloveds of Hercules, Apollo, Encolpius of the Satyriconand Emperor Hadrian, respectively. Once again, "Goethe continues his lifelong project of giving a voice to the allegedly passive partner, the maturing youth, who remains mute in the ancient sources" Wilson argues that Miiller's travails inspired Goethe to publish his homage to Winckelmannwhich openly and positively portrays the eex historian's male-male love as masculine and laudable.

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The poem, concluding with its beautiful harmonization of active and passive in the phrase "umfangend umfangen," sets about to do nothing less than provide "a radical reinterpretation of Greek love," by unsettling the dynamics between the classical Greek erastes and eromenos, the lover and the beloved 60; all translations are my own.

The beloved Greek shepherd, long por- trayed as the passive object of the attentions of the lover Zeus, finds in Goethe's poem,"for the first time in 2, years of literary history, a voice" 69 For. In his chapter on Goethe's experiences in Italy, where-as Goethe reported in in a letter written to Duke Carl August-he came upon many instances of the "love of men amongst themselves," Wilson demonstrates his virtuosic hermeneutic gifts, with an especially compelling and comprehensive interpretation of the Venetian Epigrams.

Composed in response to a trip in to Venice, published in a highly edited form in , and mutilated by censors in the archives, the Epigrams present a notoriously difficult interpretive challenge. Wilson argues convincingly that Goethe originally planned a "homoerotic subcycle" within the Epigrams, focusing on, in Goethe's own phrase, the "four boys from antiquity," Hylas, Hyacinth, Giton, and Antinous, the beloveds of Hercules, Apollo, Encolpius of the Satyricon , and Emperor Hadrian, respectively.

Once again, "Goethe continues his lifelong project of giving a voice to the allegedly passive partner, the maturing youth, who remains mute in the ancient sources" Wilson argues that Miiller's travails inspired Goethe to publish his homage to Winckelmann , which openly and positively portrays the art historian's male-male love as masculine and laudable. The Winckelmann essay appeared in opposition to an increasingly socially conservative and homophobic cultural turn, as late Romanticism became nationalistic, anti-Semitic, and homophobic.

An unknown error has occurred. Please click the button below to reload the page. Zedler, , Vol. Hebbelynck, , Vol. Dover K.

Wiener Klinische Rundschau , 17 [], —6. Whether a mere re-wording could deliver on such a promise was doubted early on. II, The early travails of the term beyond Krauss can be provisionally sketched.

It entered the English language in a article in the American Journal of Urology by its editor and popular sexology author, William J. Krauss was a regular guest at the scientific meetings of the Vienna Psychoanalytic Association he must have met Stekel, if not earlier, at the 8 June meeting. The term nowhere appears in the 4-volume Minutes of the Association and Freud never used it in print or correspondence; perversion remained the term preferred by psychoanalysts.

I, Ersch and J. Gallen: P. Scheitlin, , Vol. Schrenck-Notzing, op. Davis Co. Klemperer eds , Die deutsche Klinik am Eingang des Jahrhunderts in akademischen Vorlesungen , Vol. The first two terms appear in print from circa and , respectively, following incidental cases. The latter, probably largely chaste phenomenon hardly attracted psychoanalytic attention until the mids. Cultural historians have predictably resisted present-day psychiatric interpretations.

See also James R. The pertinent classification was reproduced in German in a review by D. The book was translated as Die krankhafte Liebe Leipzig: Spohr, II, , —9. Krafft-Ebing, op. Laupp, , Vol. Heinemann, , n, —2. It may easily be associated with impotent senility. Otherwise it occurs either as an occasional luxurious speciality of a few over-refined persons, or, more commonly, as part of a general indiscriminating sexual tendency in the weak-minded.

So far as it has any psychological definition it may best be regarded as resembling the symbolisms. Davis, , Reinhardt, , — Krafft-Ebing, Arbeiten , IV, ; op. The first of these was the Jocasta complex R. Subsequent terms included Griselda complex coined , Learkomplex [Lear complex] , Phaedra complex , and Laius complex Berlin: F. Stolt, , Auch im alten Griechenland liebte der Urning nicht Knaben. In ancient Greece, the Uranian did not love boys. Plato, Plato: The Symposium , M. Howatson and Frisbee C.

Sheffield eds Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, , 12—3. Pausanias, in this passage, calls for a law on the seduction of younger boys. In the same work, the character Aristophanes suggested that men-loving boys philerasts would grow into boy-loving paederasts 25 in his fable about the origin of sexual preference. This reference was lost on nineteenth-century sexology. Eine naturwissenschaftliche Darstellung. Abtheilung I Schleiz: Heyn, , 10—5.

The corresponding types are here named Weiburning, Normalurning , and Mannurning , respectively. This article in fact makes the very first gesture toward an empirical, epidemiological approach to erotic age preference, as it presents a questionnaire of which question no. As discussed below, however, terms Hirschfeld and other typologisers would use retained no explicit link between gender habitus and age. Karl Heinrich Ulrichs, Incubus. Herzer, cited by Kennedy, ibid.

Berlin: Hirschwald, , Vol. Argonauticus , In his pamphlet Araxes: Ruf nach Befreiung der Urningsnatur vom Strafgesetz Schleiz: Heyn, , 6 Ulrichs prophetically spelled out the legal principle of consenting adults in private. Kertbeny, op. Reprinted in Jean Brady ed. Schrenk-Notzing, op. These two claims are retained verbatim even in the 14th, , Alfred Fuchs ed. Frey, op. The schema entered American medical literature in a review by L.

Saint-Paul, Tares et Poisons , op. Berlin: Fischer, , New York: E. Treat, Muys and Velle suggest that psychosocial interest in sex offenders in Belgium did not arise until n Their use of the term pedofilie passim is accordingly arguable. Heinemann, , Ferrus, A. Foville and A. Age- and offence-specific phrases appear first in the twentieth century, all in explicit reference to Freud and invariably coined by early psychoanalysts Leopold Loewenfeld, Karl Abraham, Albert Moll, Wilhelm Stekel, Otto Rank, among others.

Examples include infantile Sexualtrauma [infantile sexual trauma] attested from , sexuelle Jugendtrauma [juvenile sexual trauma] , psychosexuelle Trauma [psychosexual trauma] , sexuelle Kindheitstrauma [childhood sexual trauma] , and Inzesttrauma [incest trauma] The early twentieth-century proximity of psychoanalysis to anthropology and folklore studies would suggest this was better realised than it is now.

Psychoanalytic Review , 81 , —40; George J. Andrew J. Journal of the History of Sexuality , 22 , — Grote ed. Another letter dated 28 April also reports a father and grandfather as seducers. Triplett, op.

Lumping paedophilic with zooerastic object choice, and as Leppmann cit. Langenscheidt, , —6. Thieme, , —1, Ernest E. Without legal precedent this was considered of little diagnostic relevance. In , in the wake of the Prague Spring, Freund fled to Canada, where homosexuality was being decriminalised by the Criminal Law Amendment Act, — New Haven: Yale University Press, , Cole, op. National Center for Biotechnology Information , U.