They dream not of angels but of men : homoeroticism, gender, and race in Latin American autobiography (Book, 2002) [WorldCat.org]
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They dream not of angels but of men : homoeroticism, gender, and race in Latin American autobiography

Author: Robert Richmond Ellis; University of Florida.
Publisher: Gainesville [etc.] : University Press of Florida, cop. 2002.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This study draws upon a diverse group of writers who situate the homoerotic in a variety of contexts, highlighting the ways in which not only male homoeroticism but also male homoerotic practice and  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Biografías
Named Person: Reinaldo Arenas; Hector Bianciotti; Augusto D'Halmar; Juan Francisco Manzano; Elias Nandino; Raul Thomas; Mario Vargas Llosa
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Richmond Ellis; University of Florida.
ISBN: 0813024412 9780813024417
OCLC Number: 1025863530
Notes: Bibliografía: p. [195]-210.
Índice.
Description: 219 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Early representations of homoeroticism and race --
Juan Francisco Manzano : from homoerotic violence to the dream of a homoracial bond --
Augusto d'Halmar : the orientalization of homoerotic desire --
The making of heterosexuality, masculinity and whiteness --
Mario Vargas Llosa : a real man's life --
Elías Nandino and Raúl Thomas : writing in and out of machismo --
Reinaldo Arenas : from forced labor to AIDS --
Héctor Bianciotti : out of Latin America and back --
Conclusion : spaces of desire.
Responsibility: Robert Richmond Ellis.

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A very exciting work, not only clear and articulate but often dramatic, which will be of interest to specialists and nonspecialists alike.... Ellis's scholarship is sound and his insights are often Read more...

 
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