Y body plays into her desire to a child Or her xplosive Genitalia I Mention Did I mention I bring up Cho specifically because Rachel Lee mentions her in all parts of the book the introduction the chapter specifically on her stand up the conclusion the tail Love for Imperfect Things end and I m sure in the other chapters This was anxcellent introduction to body politics and I ve started binge reading that This was also an A Heart of Stone excellent compilation of Asian American art and aesthetic Even if some of the included books were only briefly mentioned My Ye. Lee teases out the preoccupation with human fragments and posthumancologies in the context of Asian American cultural production and theory She unpacks how the designation of “Asian American” #itself is a mental construct that is paradoxically linked to the #is a mental construct that is paradoxically linked to the bodyThrough chapters that ach use a body part as springboard forreading Asian American texts Lee inaugurates a new avenue of research on biosociality and biopolitics within Asian American criticism focused on the literary and cultural understandings of pastoral government. This was much of a difficult book to read than I anticipated Mostly because I knew nothing
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Undercover (Vino & Veritas, #4)
Gabe wants Alec between the sheets…too bad Alec’s undercover already…
Rich kid. Party boy. Gabe is tired of the labels. He’s a smart guy, but ever since he got kicked out of grad school, people are only interested in his no limit credit card and his pierced ears…and other places.
Tall, dark and scowling Alec hates Vermont, with its artisanal freaking everything and its irritating people. To be fair, most people irritate Alec, including the FBI director who sent him here to investigate a smuggling scheme involving yoga mats.
When one of the cutest twinks Alec’s ever seen takes an interest, Alec knows there’s an ulterior motive. No one with multi colored hair, piercings, and an ass like that would want boring, serious Alec. The kid must be up to no good. Either way, Alec can’t blow his cover. If only he could keep his hands off of Gabe long enough to find out what he’s up to…
Can they ignore their explosive chemistry long enough to foil a smuggling ring? Or will their budding relationship sink faster than a yacht full of contraband?