3 edition of Homosexuality and Literature 1890-1930 found in the catalog.
Homosexuality and Literature 1890-1930
January 1987 by Athlone Press .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||183|
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Homosexuality and literature, [Jeffrey Meyers]. Gay literature is a collective term for literature produced by or for the LGBT community which involves characters, plot lines, and/or themes portraying male homosexual behavior. The term is now used most commonly to cover specifically gay male literature, with a separate genre of lesbian literature existing for women.
Historically, the term "gay literature" was sometimes used to cover both. Most critics ofThe Picture of Dorian Gray() treat the book as a classical illustration of literary aestheticism and decadence or, like Roditi, concentrate on its heterogeneous sources, from the Gothic novel through Balzac and Poe to Pater and Huysmans.¹ Despite the abundant evidence, both external and internal, no critic has discussed the work as a homosexual novel.
Homosexuality and Literature: by Jeffrey Meyers. Hardcover $ Although artists are nowadays able to be openly gay and to address homosexuality explicitly in their work, this book argues that it was the harsh climate of that produced the most outstanding explorations of homosexuality.
To support his argument Author: Jeffrey Meyers. About Homosexuality and Literature: Although artists are nowadays able to be openly gay and to address homosexuality explicitly in their work, this book argues that it was the harsh climate of that produced the most outstanding explorations of homosexuality.
Jeffrey Meyers is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature and has taught English at a number of universities across America. Related Books Homosexuality and Literature: Jeffrey Meyers SOURCE: "Wilde: The Picture of Dorian Gray," in Homosexuality and Literature:The Athlone Press,pp.
[Meyers's Homosexuality and Literature offered. Stonewall Book Award; Further reading Edit. Pages passed from hand to hand: the hidden tradition of homosexual literature in English from to edited and with an introduction by Mark Mitchell and David Leavitt, Chatto & Windus Homosexuality in Literature, by.
Product Information. Although artists are nowadays able to be openly gay and to address homosexuality explicitly in their work, this book argues that it was the harsh climate of that produced the most outstanding explorations of homosexuality.
Filed under: Homosexuality and literature -- United States -- History -- 19th century The Erotic Whitman (Berkeley: University of California Press, c), by Vivian R. Pollak (frame-dependent HTML with commentary at UC Press).
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Hanawalt Barbara A. and David Wallace. eds. Bodies and disciplines: intersections of literature and history in fifteenth-century England, Minneapolis, Minn.: University of Minnesota Press, cGade, K.E., "Homosexuality and the Rape of Males in Old Norse Law and Literature", Scandinavian Studies 58 (), pp.
treatment of homosexuality, nor does one author seem greatly to have influenced another. Read in conjunction with Homosexuality and LiteratureMar ried to Genius proves that there is little to choose between the secret anguish of homosexual authors in the first half of this century and the public agonies of married ones.
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The book further discusses how some gender differences are phylogenetically shared by all people and others are ontologically unique to an individual. Homosexuality and Literature: Jeffrey Meyers. 06 Oct Hardback.
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MARCEL PROUST (). by Prof. Gregory Woods (Nottingham Trent University). from The Gay & Lesbian Literary Heritage, ed. Claude J. Summers (New York: Henry Holt, ), which is the best references work on GLBT LIZED WORDS refer to related articles in the book. >>> In addition to the below essay, here is an excellent general introduction to Proust's life and works.
Homosexuality and Literature, London: Athlone Press, London: Athlone Press, Ross, Charles L. "Homoerotic Feeling in Women in Love. Literature at the Turn of the Century ( - ) was cultivated in particular by the circle of writers associated with the Rhymers' Club and the periodical The Yellow Book () (which also published the Conrad's first novel, Almayer's Folly, appeared inbut his most famous works did not appear until the turn of the century.
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Meyers, Jeffery. Homosexuality and literature, 7th ed. London: Athlone Press, Print. Shookman, Ellis. Thomas Mann's Death in Venice. In German literature, John Henry Mackay led the way with his pederastic novel Fenny Skaller in and Der Puppenjunge, set in the world of Berlin's male prostitutes, in Hans Henny Jahnn wrote a series of novels employing homosexuality as a central theme, pairing inhibited intellectuals with.
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Ross, Andrew Israel, Public City/Public Sex: Prostitution, Homosexuality, and Urban Culture in Nineteenth-Century Paris This book traces the struggle to control sex in public and argues that it was the very effort to police the city that created new opportunities for women who sold sex and men who sought sex with other men.
Bloomsbury's latest publications in drama, performance and literary studies, including all titles from Methuen Drama and The Arden Shakespeare. For me the book was a revelation, I recognized myself in it.” 57 According to Schoppmann, who interviewed a number of lesbians about their lives during the Weimar years, “literature often played an important role in triggering the self-awareness process in forming a lesbian identity.” 58 This was the case for Freia Eisner, who realized.
Stevens was too late to interview William Henry Hocking and therefore to explore what Jeffrey Meyers (Homosexuality and Literature ) described as Lawrence's "mysterious and obscure passion for the handsome Cornish farmer which he refers to in the 'Nightmare' chapter of Kangaroo and in the suppressed Prologue to Women.
Book. Bristow, J. Effeminate England - Columbia University Press - New York. In-text: (Bristow, ) Homosexuality and Literature The Modern Language Review, 74(2), p Click here to start building your own bibliography. Keep on Citing. Cite This For Me: The Easiest Tool to Create your Bibliographies Online.
Choose. While some critics, such as Meyers in Homosexuality and Literatureinsist that Lawrence here portrayed homosexuality as an alternative to heterosexual love, it is in fact seen as almost a supplement, a way to reach a higher form of love through comradeship.Abstract.
InOscar Wilde, for some the incarnation of aestheticism, was arrested on charges of homosexuality. The notoriety surrounding the public downfall of an artist at the height of his career codified society’s image of the Victorian aesthete: on one hand artistic and intellectual, and on the other dandified and : Patricia Flanagan Behrendt.আরও পড়ুন.
Pages Passed from Hand to Hand: The Hidden Tradition of Homosexual Literature in English from to edited and with an introduction by Mark Mitchell and David Leavitt, Chatto & Windus ; Homosexuality in Literature, – by Jeffrey Mayers, Athlone, ; A History of Gay Literature: The Male Tradition by Gregory Woods, Yale University Press,