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The Penguin book of international gay writing

Author: Mark Mitchell
Publisher: New York, NY : Viking, 1995.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Forty-six stories of fiction and non-fiction from three continents. The writers range from Thomas Mann to Yukio Mishima, the subjects from Saint Sebastian to Mona Lisa. Several stories deal with a subject seldom discussed: seduction of boys by adult men.
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Penguin book of international gay writing.
New York, NY : Viking, 1995
(OCoLC)623894386
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Mitchell
ISBN: 0670853690 9780670853694
OCLC Number: 30782723
Description: xx, 585 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction / David Leavitt --
From Symposium / Plato --
From Satyricon / Petronius --
From Decameron / Giovanni Boccaccio --
From The book of the thousand nights and a night --
From Autobiography / Benvenuto Cellini --
From The cut sleeve / Ameng of Wu --
From The great mirror of male love / Ihara Saikaku --
From The 120 days of Sodom, From Philosophy in the bedroom / Marquis de Sade --
Sarrasine / Honoré de Balzac --
Letter to Louis Bouilhet / Gustave Flaubert --
The herald of the beast / Fyodor Sologub --
From Young Törless / Robert Musil --
From Leonardo da Vinci and a memory of his childhood / Sigmund Freud --
From Corydon, From Madeleine / André Gide --
Death in Venice, From The magic mountain / Thomas Mann --
From The white book / Jean Cocteau --
From Alexis / Marguerite Yourcenar --
A low fever / Sandro Penna --
From The plague / Albert Camus --
From Pathetic symphony / Klaus Mann --
From Ernesto / Umberto Saba --
From Arturo's island / Elsa Morante --
From The third wedding / Costas Taktsis --
From Confessions of a mask / Yukio Mishima --
From Paradiso / José Lezama Lima --
From Nearer to thee, A prison song in prose / Gerard Reve --
From Sweet tooth / Yves Navarre --
From The carnivorous lamb / Agustín Gómez-Arcos --
One boy's story: how I got like that / Evgeny Kharitonov --
From Betrayed by Rita Hayworth / Manuel Puig --
From A lover's discourse / Roland Barthes --
From Tricks / Renaud Camus --
From When Jonathan died / Tony Duvert --
From It's me, Eddie / Edward Limonov --
The reservoir / Evgeny Popov --
Prikli, From Gemini / Michel Tournier --
From The death of beauty / Giuseppe Patroni Griffi --
From The marriage of Cadmus and Harmony / Roberto Calasso --
Beauty / Caio Fernando Abreu --
An angel at Orsay / Patrick Drevet --
Mona / Reinaldo Arenas --
IJsbrand / Edwin Oostmeijer.
Responsibility: edited by Mark Mitchell ; introduction by David Leavitt.

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Forty-six stories of fiction and non-fiction from three continents. The writers range from Thomas Mann to Yukio Mishima, the subjects from Saint Sebastian to Mona Lisa. Several stories deal with a subject seldom discussed: seduction of boys by adult men.

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