Queer French: Globalization, Language, and Sexual Citizenship in France (Google eBook)
Drawing on material from a diverse array of media, Queer French examines the tensions between Anglo-American and French articulations of homosexuality and sexual citizenship in the context of contemporary French popular culture and first-person narratives.
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