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Female sexual agency and male victims
Jenny DiPlacidi

the lilies and roses of his most beautiful wives. Nor would these transports have ceased, had not the eloquence of Carathis repressed them’ (p. 13). Here Carathis inserts herself between two men, cutting off a scene of potential same-sex desires. Carathis, the bad mother, acts as a barrier to a homoerotic experience, repressing her son’s enthusiastic embrace of the Indian with her overflowing words

in Gothic incest