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Sex in Public:
The Incarnation of Early Soviet Ideology
Eric Naiman

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Acknowledgments ix
Note on Transliteration, Citation, and Translation xi
INTRODUCTION 3
Menstruation and a New Pair of Glasses 3
Approaching NEP: Ideological Anxieties and the "Unarmed Eye" 5
Utopia and Its Infections 12
Sacrificing Culture / Reading Ideology 16
Things to Come 25
CHAPTER ONE The Creation of the Collective Body 27
Utopia, Misogyny, and the Russian Philosophical Tradition 27
The Signification of Sex 45
Fantasies of the War Communist Body 57
CHAPTER TWO "Let Them Penetrate!": Strategies against Dismemberment 79
CHAPTER THREE The Discourse of Castration 124
CHAPTER FOUR Behind the Red Door: An Introduction to NEP Gothic 148
CHAPTER FIVE NEP as Female Complaint (I): The Tragedy of Woman 181
CHAPTER SIX NEP as Female Complaint (II): Revolutionary Anorexia 208
CHAPTER SEVEN The Case of Chubarov Alley: Collective Rape and Utopian Desire 250
The "Facts" of the Case 250
The Corruption of the Innocent 257
The Corruption of the Experienced 263
Ideological Resonance 266
CONCLUSION 289
Index 301

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