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Jeremy Tambling

, the birth of the subject is ‘anachronous … prior to its own birth, a non-beginning, an anarchy’ (139), ‘pre-original, anarchic, older than every beginning’ (145). An-archy, of course, breaks with the origin, the beginning, and so with chronology (part of its anarchism in a political sense); the arche means ‘self-possession, sovereignty’ (99), so that anarchy implies sovereignty in George Bataille

in On anachronism
R. S. White

naive convention of the theatre but as a vehicle for seriously interrogating ideas of gender and identity, in ways that reverberate up to the 1950s at least, and calling into question ‘our complacent, drab view of sexual possibilities’. 23 With variations, this happens also in Tootsie (1982), although compared with the often surrealistic anarchism of Some Like It Hot , this film now seems

in Shakespeare’s cinema of love