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Contemporary gay American novelists : a bio-bibliographical critical sourcebook

Contemporary gay American novelists : a bio-bibliographical critical sourcebook

Author: Emmanuel S Nelson
Publisher: Westport, Conn : Greenwood Press, 1993.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : [1st ed.]View all editions and formats

A sourcebook on gay US fiction writers aiming for recognition of this emergent area of literary study. The works are examined in a gay literary context and each entry includes biographical details,  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Emmanuel S Nelson
ISBN: 0313280193 9780313280191
OCLC Number: 911296169
Description: xxi, 421 p ; 25 cm
Contents: Preface Introduction Steve Abbott James Baldwin Bruce Boone Christopher Bram William S(eward) Burroughs II Truman Capote Marsh Cassady John Champagne Christopher Coe Dennis Cooper Michael Cunningham Daniel Curzon Christopher Davis Samuel Delany Larry Duplechan Melvin Dixon David Feinberg Robert Ferro John Fox Sanford Friedman John Gilgun Gary Glickman Robert Gluck Clayton R. Graham (Larry Paul Ebmeier) Harlan Greene Allan Gurganus Richard Hall Joseph Hansen Andrew Holleran Bo Huston Christopher Isherwood Arturo Islas Joe Keenan Randall Kenan Kevin Killian Larry Kramer David Leavitt Armistead Maupin James Merrill Larry Mitchell Paul Monette Ethan Mordden Michael Nava Felice Picano David Plante Joseph Ashby Porter John Preston James Purdy John Rechy Paul Reed Paul Russell Jonathan Strong Gore Vidal Peter Weltner Edmund White George Whitmore Donald Windham Appendix Index
Responsibility: edited by Emmanuel S. Nelson.


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