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Music & Camp
Christopher Moore, ed.; Philip Purvis, ed.

Wesleyan University Press



Contents

Acknowledgments
• List of Tables & Figures
• Christopher Moore & Philip Purvis, Introduction
• PART I: THE SACCHARINE & THE SACRED
• Chapter 1: Mitchel Morris, On Fairies (and Mothers): Beatrice Lillie Sings
• Chapter 2: Lloyd Whitesell, The Uses of Extravagance in the Hollywood Musical
• Chapter 3: Stephen Pysnik, Musical Camp: Conrad Salinger and the Performance of Queerness in
The Pirate
• Chapter 4: Ivan Raykoff, The Camp Sincerity of Christmas Carols
• Chapter 5: Christopher Moore, Camping the Sacred: Homosexuality and Religion in the Works of Poulenc and Bernstein
• PART II: FLAMING LIPS & FLAMING HIPS
• Chapter 6: Freya Jarman, Watch my Lips: The Limits of Camp in Lip-syncing Scenes
• Chapter 7: Sam Baltimore, Camping Out: Queer Communities and Public Singalongs
• Chapter 8: Francesca T. Royster, “The Booty Don’t Lie” and other Camp Truths in the Performances of Janelle Monáe
• PART III: GENDER & GENITALS
• Chapter 9: Peter Franklin, Strauss as the Pervert? Gendered Subjectivity, Ambiguous Meaning
• Chapter 10: Philip Purvis, Poulenc’s (Sub)urban Camp:
L’Embarquement pour Cythère
• Chapter 11: Raymond Knapp, The Straight Bookends to Camp’s Gay Golden Age: From Gilbert and Sullivan to Roger Vadim and Mel Brooks
• Chapter 12: Lori Burns & Marc Lafrance, The Dark Side of Camp: Making Sense of Violence against Men in Christina Aguilera’s “Your Body”
• Contributors
• Bibliography
• Index

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