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L'hermaphrodite de la Renaissance aux Lumières

Abstract : The hermaphrodite is at once both an ideal of lost unity and an anatomical reality. Between the sixteenth and the eighteenth century, it occupied a strategic place in numerous intellectual fields and artistic representations, interrogating the frontiers between masculinity and femininity, normality and monstrosity, myth and reality.
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Marianne Closson, Raviez François. L'hermaphrodite de la Renaissance aux Lumières. Marianne Closson; Cornell university (Ithaca, N.Y.). L'hermaphrodite de la Renaissance aux Lumières, May 2011, Arras, France. 5, Classiques Garnier, 415 p., 2014, Masculin/Féminin dans l'Europe moderne, 978-2-8124-1270-7. ⟨10.15122/isbn.978-2-8124-1270-7⟩. ⟨hal-03240545⟩



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