We Can Always Call Them Bulgarians: The Emergence of Lesbians and Gay Men on the American Stage

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Alyson Publications, 1987 - History - 342 pages
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We can always call them Bulgarians: the emergence of lesbians and gay men on the American stage

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Curtin focuses on the manner in which lesbian and gay characters were presented on the Broadway stage, with particular emphasis on the period from the 1920s to the 1950s. Further, he also studies the ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
11
The First Lesbian Character Ever Seen
25
They Said It with Violets in 1926
43
Copyright

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