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Gay American Novels, 1870-1970: A Reader's Guide By Drewey Wayne Gunn,

  • Title: Gay American Novels, 1870-1970: A Reader's Guide
  • Author: Drewey Wayne Gunn
  • ISBN: 9780786499052
  • Page: 125
  • Format: Paperback
  • Examining the development of gay American fiction and providing an essential reading list, this literary survey covers 257 works novels, novellas, a graphic story cycle and a narrative poem in which gay and bisexual male characters play a major role Iconic works, such as James Baldwin s Giovanni s Room and Christopher Isherwood s A Single Man, are included, along with tExamining the development of gay American fiction and providing an essential reading list, this literary survey covers 257 works novels, novellas, a graphic story cycle and a narrative poem in which gay and bisexual male characters play a major role Iconic works, such as James Baldwin s Giovanni s Room and Christopher Isherwood s A Single Man, are included, along with titles not given attention by earlier surveys, such as Wallace Thurman s Infants of the Spring, Dashiel Hammett s The Maltese Falcon, Julian Green s Each in His Darkness, Ursula Zilinsky s Middle Ground and David Plante s The Ghost of Henry James Chronological entries discuss each work s plot, significance for gay identity, and publication history, along with a brief biography of the author.
    Gay American Novels A Reader s Guide Examining the development of gay American fiction and providing an essential reading list this literary survey covers works novels novellas a graphic story cycle and a narrative poem in which g

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    1. I had heard of of these authors than those listed in Gay Novels of Britain, Ireland and the Commonwealth, 1881 1981 A Reader s Guide, and read a few of the books Others certainly seem worth searching out I think I ll skip the ones where a sympathetic gay character is killed off at the end, and the ones where the gay character is the villain, but that s just me There were a number of books that didn t go that way There were typos than I expected from an academic book, but they didn t interfere [...]

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