Freakery: Cultural Spectacles of the Extraordinary Body. Front Cover. Rosemarie Garland Thomson. NYU Press, Oct 1, – History – pages. Freakery has ratings and 10 reviews. Sonanova said: I liked the topics, though many contributors talked about the same thing. The book appeared to be.. . Request PDF on ResearchGate | Freakery: Cultural Spectacles of the Extraordinary Body | Freakery: Cultural Spectacles of the Extraordinary Body. Rosemarie.
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I guess many were afraid to step up to the spectacels and hit on original historical sources.
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New York University Press, Barnum; the articulation of the freak in literary and textual discourses; contemporary relocations of freak shows; and theoretical spectacless of freak culture. For the price of a ticket, freak shows offered spectators an icon of bodily otherness whose difference from them secured their own membership in a common American identity–by comparison ordinary, tractable, normal.
Other editions – View all Freakery: Book titles OR Journal titles. One particular type of text that remains ripe for study is the side show, or freak show, whose heyday in America was from the s through Well, now I doFreakery is an exhaustive survey of the tradition of exhibiting human oddities from medieval times Bartholomew Fair to the present Extraoridnary talk shows.
The book’s essays fall into four main categories: Hester rated it really liked it May 18, Victoria rated it it was amazing Jul 09, Rosemarie Thomson’s groundbreaking anthology probes America’s disposition toward the visually different.
Cultural Spectacles of the Extraordinary Body.