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The city and the pillar and seven early stories : revised, with a new preface by the author

著者: Gore Vidal
出版商: New York : Random House, ©1995.
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In 1948, Gore Vidal was a celebrated twenty-two-year-old war novelist about to embark on a career in politics. His future seemed clear. But then he made a choice that changed his life. He published The City and the Pillar, an openly homosexual novel that was taken to be largely autobiographical. "I have read that I was too stupid at the time to know what I was doing," he notes in his introduction to this edition,  再读一些...
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类型/形式: Fiction
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Vidal, Gore, 1925-
City and the pillar and seven early stories.
New York : Random House, c1995
(OCoLC)624401530
材料类型: 小说
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所有的著者/提供者: Gore Vidal
ISBN: 0679436995 9780679436997
OCLC号码: 32015978
注意: Consists of the novel The city and the pillar and seven short stories originally published under title: Thirsty evil.
描述: xx, 310 p. ; 22 cm.
内容: Consists of the novel The city and the pillar and seven short stories originally published under title: Thirsty evil.
其他题名: Thirsty evil.
City and the pillar
责任: Gore Vidal.
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In 1948, Gore Vidal was a celebrated twenty-two-year-old war novelist about to embark on a career in politics. His future seemed clear. But then he made a choice that changed his life. He published The City and the Pillar, an openly homosexual novel that was taken to be largely autobiographical. "I have read that I was too stupid at the time to know what I was doing," he notes in his introduction to this edition, "but in such matters I have always had a certain alertness. I knew that my description of the love affair between two 'normal' all-American boys, of the sort that I had spent three years in the army with during the war, would challenge every superstition about sex in my native land." His publisher hated the book. The New York Times would not advertise it. The City and the Pillar became a bestseller, nevertheless, and is now a classic. Thomas Mann called it a "noble work." The tragic story of Jim Willard's self-deluded love for another small-town American boy and the portrait of homosexual life in New York and Hollywood in the forties are still moving and truthful, as evocative and topical today as they were nearly fifty years ago. This edition incorporates Vidal's 1965 revisions and some further emendations by the author. Vidal's only collection of short stories, published as A Thirsty Evil in 1956, is also included here, bringing together for the first time his early homoerotic work. These subtle and comic tales, set in Key West, Washington, D.C., Paris, and New York, are at once sophisticated and charming, written with the narrative power for which Gore Vidal is famous.

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