Rodin's Reputation  

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“Rodin's worldwide stature as the artistic genius of his age rested on, and was enabled by, responses to both his own sexuality and the sexual intensity of his art.” --"Rodin's Reputation" (1991) by Anne M. Wagner

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"Rodin's Reputation" (1991) is an essay by Anne M. Wagner collected in Eroticism and the Body Politic. An earlier version of the paper was delivered at the University of California, Berkeley.

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