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The Gay and Lesbian Literary Heritage: A Reader's Companion to the Writers ...
Claude J. Summers
No preview available - 2002
An Introduction by Way of Acknowledgments
The Structure of Homosexual Discourse
Gender and Identity in Whitman Ashbery and Richard Howard
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African AIDS American Renaissance Arappa-Honta argues artist Ashbery Ashbery's Baldwin become berdache Borborites bourgeois Boy's Own Story brothers Calamus camp cannibalism carnivalesque Cheney child classical Cleaver critical culture death developed discourse dominant Edward Carpenter erotic essay F. O. Matthiessen father fear feel feminine fiction forces Freud gay literature gay writers Gide GMHC Grierson heterosexual heterosexual male Holleran's homo homophobia homophobic homosexual Howard human identity Intermediate Sex intramale sexual Kory-Kory Kramer language lesbian literary living lover Mapplethorpe Marnoo masculine Matthiessen Max Desir Mehevi Melville mother narrator nature never novel Oscar Wilde Parmigianino Parmigianino's patriarchal poem poet poetry political primitive Protestantism readers relationship Reports rhetoric role Schneebaum Sebastian seems Self-Portrait selfhood sense sexual relations social society Socrates sodomy spiritual story tion Tobias Schneebaum Tommo Uranian Valley of Shadows voice Whitman Wilde women