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A history of gay literature : the male tradition

著者: Gregory Woods
出版商: New Haven : Yale University Press, ©1998.
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While many books have been written about gay writing, this is the first full-scale account of male gay literature, across cultures, languages, and from ancient times to the present. Working within the widest definitions of what constitutes gay literature, it includes chapters on the significant periods of cultural history (the Greek and Roman civilisations, the Middle Ages, the European Renaissance, the American  再读一些...
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类型/形式: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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所有的著者/提供者: Gregory Woods
ISBN: 9780300072013 0300072015 0300080883 9780300080889
OCLC号码: 37213504
描述: 456 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
内容: The making of the gay tradition --
The Greek classics --
The Roman classics --
The Christian Middle Ages --
The Orient --
The European Renaissance --
Christopher Marlowe --
William Shakespeare --
The pastoral elegists --
From Libertinism to the Gothic --
New bearings in the novel --
The American Renaissance --
Muscular aestheticism --
Spirit versus physique --
Marcel Proust --
Homosexual men by women --
The Harlem Renaissance --
The tragic sense of life --
Fantastic realism --
Towards the popular --
The pink triangle --
The post-war starting point --
European poetry on the left --
Post-war tragic fiction --
The homosexual in society --
Black African poetry --
From solitary vice to circle jerk --
Boys and boyhood --
The age of antibiotics --
The family and its alternatives --
The AIDS epidemic --
Poetry and paradox.
其他题名: Gay literature
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