6 edition of male homosexual in literature found in the catalog.
male homosexual in literature
|Statement||by Ian Young ; with essays by Ian Young, Graham Jackson, and Rictor Norton.|
|LC Classifications||Z6514.C5 S47, PN56.H57 S47|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 242 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||242|
|LC Control Number||75025611|
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The bibliography --The flower beneath the foot: a short history of the gay novel / Ian Young --The theatre of implication: homosexuality in drama / Graham Jackson --The poetry of male love / Ian Young --Ganymede raped: gay literature--the critic as censor / Rictor Norton. The bibliography --The flower beneath the foot: a short history of the gay novel / by Ian Young --The theatre of implication: homosexuality in drama / by Graham Jackson --The poetry of male love / by Ian Young --Ganymede raped: gay literature / by Rictor Norton --The critic as censor / by Rictor Norton --Some notes on gay publishing: the 's.
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Cunningham points out that LGBT books are being considered among others for national awards, citing Garth Greenwell’s explicitly queer novel What Belongs to You as an example.The Lesbian in Literature/The Male Homosexual in Literature (Book).
Jackson, Ed // Body Politic;Jun76, Is p3. Reviews the books "The Lesbian in Literature: A Bibliography," edited by Gene Damon, Jan Watson and Robin Jordan and "The Male Homosexual in Literature: A Bibliography,' edited by Ian Young. AESTHETERA.