XVIII. Literature, Film, and Theatre

148. Lesbian & Gay Themes in Literature; Gay & Lesbian Criticism. General

3210. Aldrich, Robert. The seduction of the Mediterranean : writing, art, and homosexual fantasy. London New York: Routledge, 1993. xii, 259 p.

Introduction: The Mediterranean obsession -- 1. Sex and Society in the European Mediterranean: Greek, Roman and Renaissance -- 2. Winckelmann and Platen -- 3. Englishmen in Southern Europe -- 4. Following in the Footsteps -- 5. Mediterranean Men in Art and Photography -- 6. The Social and Historical Context -- 7. Contemporary Echoes -- Conclusion: The Birth and Near Death of a Gay Myth.

Gen PN721.A430 1993.

European literature--History and criticism/Homosexuality in literature/Mediterranean Region--In literature.

3211. Bacon-Smith, Camille. Science fiction culture. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, c2000. 317 p. (Feminist cultural studies, the media, and political culture).

[...] 7. Gay and Lesbian Presence in Science Fiction. [...].

Gen PN3433.5 .B33 2000.

Science fiction--History and criticism/Science fiction--Societies, etc/Science fiction--Appreciation/Literature and society/Science fiction fans.

3212. Bergman, David. Camp grounds : style and homosexuality. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1993. ix, 300 p.

Introduction / David Bergman -- I. General Camp. Camp and the Gay Sensibility / Jack Babuscio. Role Models / Esther Newton. Uses of Camp / Andrew Ross. The Loneliness of Camp / Scott Long. Strategic Camp: The Art of Gay Rhetoric / David Bergman -- II. Applied Camp. Walt Whitman Camping / Karl Keller. High Culture and High Camp: The Case of Marcel Proust / Gregory Woods. Degenerate Personality: Deviant Sexuality and Race in Ronald Firbank's Novels / William Lane Clark. "The Kinda Comedy that Imitates Me": Mae West's Identification with the Feminist Camp / Pamela Robertson. The Critic as Performance Artist: Susan Sontag's Writing and Gay Cultures / Marcie Frank. "You Don't Have to Say You Love Me": The Camp Masquerades of Dusty Springfield / Patricia Juliana Smith. "It's My Party and I'll Die If I Want To!": Gay Men, AIDS, and the Circulation of Camp in U.S. Theater / David Roman. "Kinky Escapades, Bedroom Techniques, Unbridled Passion, and Secret Sex Codes" / Matias Viegener -- III. Style and Homosexuality. Fake It Like a Man / Kevin Kopelson. Homosexual Expression and Homophobic Censorship: The Situation of the Text / Marty Roth. Roland Barthes: Toward an "Ecriture Gaie" / Robert K. Martin.

Gen PN56.H57C360 1993.

Homosexuality and literature/Gays' writings--History and criticism/Life style.

3213. Boone, Joseph Allen. Libidinal currents : sexuality and the shaping of modernism. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1998. xii, 513 p.

Introduction: Modernity's Fictions of Sexuality: Definitions/Parameters/Desires -- 1. Policing and Depolicing the Theory of the Novel: Repression, Transgression, and the Erotics of "Heretic Narrative" in "Victorian" Fiction. Charlotte Bronte, Villette -- 2. Channeling the Floods of Desire: Women, Water, and the Plot of Sexual Awakening in Turn-of-the-Century Narrative. Kate Chopin, The Awakening: Swimming into the Unknown. D.H. Lawrence, The Virgin and the Gipsy: "Listen for the Voice of the Water" Sigmund Freud, Dora: (Freud's) Wet Dreams -- 3. Modernist Theaters of the Mind I: Staging Sexuality in the Flux of Consciousness. James Joyce, Ulysses: (Re)Staging Sexuality in "Circe", Performing (as) "Penelope" Virginia Woolf, Mrs. Dalloway: Representing "the Unseen Part of Us, Which Spreads Wide" -- 4. Theaters of the Mind II: Queer Sites in Modernism: Harlem/The Left Bank/Greenwich Village in the 1920s and 1930s. Bruce Nugent, "Smoke, Lilies, and Jade": Harlem as a Homo State of Mind. Djuna Barnes, Nightwood: Worlds of Night in the City of Light. Charles Henri Ford and Parker Tyler, The Young and Evil: A Walk on the Wild Side. Blair Niles, Strange Brother: Strange Passages -- 5. Under the Shadow of Fascism: Oedipus, Sexual Anxiety, and the Deauthorizing Designs of Paternal Narrative. William Faulkner, Absalom, Absalom!: Creation by the Father's Fiat. Christina Stead, The Man Who Loved Children: At the Crossroads of Myth and Psychoanalysis -- 6. Fragmented Selves, Mythic Descents, and Third World Geographies: Fifties' Writing Gone Mad. Lawrence Durrell, Alexandria Quartet: Homoerotic Negotiations in Colonial Narrative. Doris Lessing, The Golden Notebook: Sex-Race Wars on the Frontier.

Gen PN56.S5 B66 1997 .

Sex in literature/Modernism (Literature)/Literature, Modern--19th century--History and criticism/Literature, Modern--20th century--History and criticism.

3214. Bravmann, Scott. Queer fictions of the past : history, culture, and difference. Cambridge New York: Cambridge University Press, 1997. xv, 174 p. (Cambridge cultural social studies).

Pt. I. Queer cultural studies of history. 1. Metanarrative and gay identity. 2. Queer historical subjects -- Pt. II. Reading past histories. 3. Re: reading queer history. 4. The lesbian and gay past: it's Greek to whom? 5. Queer fictions of Stonewall. 6. Re/writing queer histories -- Pt. III. In/conclusion. 7. Queer fictions for the future.

Gen PN3352.H65 B73 1997.

Fiction--History and criticism/Homosexuality in literature/Literature and history/Identity (Psychology) in literature.

3215. Bruhm, Steven. Reflecting Narcissus : a queer aesthetic. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, c2001. xi, 224 p.

Gen PN56.H57 B78 2001.

Homosexuality in literature/Narcissism in literature/Literature, Modern--History and criticism.

3216. Byron, Glennis and Punter, David. Spectral readings : towards a Gothic geography. Basingstoke, Hampshire [England] New York: Macmillan St. Martin's Press, 1999. x, 256 p.

[...] 9. Spectres of abjection: the queer subject of James's 'The Jolly Corner' / Eric Savoy [...].

Gen PN3435 .S73 1999.

Gothic revival (Literature)/Fiction--History and criticism/Horror tales--History and criticism/Gothic revival (Literature)--Great Britain/English fiction--History and criticism/Gothic revival--United States/American fiction--History and criticism/Women and literature.

3217. Damon, Gene and Stuart Lee. The lesbian in literature. San Francisco: Daughters of Bilitis, 1967.

Gen Z5866.L4D19.

3218. Dethloff, Cyrus. Jungenpaare, Mädchenpaare : der humanwissenschaftliche Diskurs um die "Homosexualität" und sein Einfluss auf ihre Darstellung im erzählenden Kinder- und Jugendbuch. 1. Aufl. Paderborn: Igel, 1995. 378 p.

Gen PN56.H57D48 1995.

Homosexuality and literature/Homosexuality in literature/Homsexuality--Juvenile literature--Bibliography.

3219. Drake, Robert. The gay canon : great books every gay man should read. 1st Anchor Books ed. New York: Anchor Books, 1998. xxx, 476 p.

Gen HQ76 .D73 1998.

Gay men--Books and reading/Homosexuality and literature/Homosexuality in literature/Gay men in literature/Gay men's writings--History and criticism/Canon (Literature).

3220. Dynes, Wayne R. and Donaldson, Stephen. Homosexual themes in literary studies. New York: Garland, 1992. xxii, 389 p. (Studies in homosexuality, v. 8).

Balzac du cote de Sodome / Philippe Berthier -- Homosexuality and the Chicano Novel / Juan Bruce-Novoa -- "Something Cloudy, Something Clear": Homophobic Discourse in Tennessee Williams / John M. Clum -- "Descend, and Touch, and Enter": Tennyson's Strange Manner of Address / Christopher Craft -- Representation and Homophobia in The Picture of Dorian Gray / Richard Dellamora -- The Dominant and the Deviant: A Violent Dialectic / Jonathan Dollimore -- "Wheyting Be Dat?" The Treatment of Homosexuality in African Literature / Chris Dunton -- Reaction to the Publication of the Sonetos del Amor Oscuro / Daniel Eisenberg -- Beauty's Purple Flame: Some Minor American Gay Poets, 1786-1936 / Stephen Wayne Foster -- Uranian Worlds: The Best of Gay Sci-Fi and Fantasy / Eric Garber -- The Life of a Christian Boy-Lover: The Poet Willem De Merode / Hans Hafkamp -- Literature and Homosexuality in the Late Eighteenth Century: Walpole, Beckford, and Lewis / George E. Haggerty -- Heartthrobs & Heartbreaks: A Guide to Young Adult Books with Gay Themes / Christine Jenkins -- "If I Saw You Would You Kiss Me?": Sapphism and the Subversiveness of Virginia Woolf's Orlando / Sherron E. Knopp -- Francois Villon et l'homosexualite / Yvan G. Lepage -- "Enviable Isles": Melville's South Seas / Robert K. Martin -- Albertine the Ambiguous: Notes on Proust's Transposition of Sexes / Justin O'Brien -- The Loss of Reason and the Sin Contra Natura in Lezama's Paradiso / Gustavo Pellon -- "Deal Gently with the Young Man": Love of Boys in Medieval Hebrew Poetry of Spain / Norman Roth -- The Beast in the Closet: James and the Writing of Homosexual Panic / Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick -- Contemporary Homosexual Fiction and the Gay Rights Movement / Trudy Steuernagel -- Zero Degree Deviancy: The Lesbian Novel in English / Catharine R. Stimpson.

Gen PN56.H57H650 1992.

Homosexuality in literature/Gays' writings--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature.

3221. Dynes, Wayne R., Grier, Barbara, and Malinowski, Sharon. Gay & lesbian literature. Detroit: St. James Press, 1994. xxvi, 488 p.

Harp, RR3 PN56.H57G360 1994.

3222. Earnshaw, Steven. Just postmodernism. Amsterdam Atlanta, GA: Rodopi, 1997. viii, 300 p. (Postmodern studies, 23).

[...] Lesbian fiction and the postmodern: genre, narrativity, sexual politics / Paulina Palmer [...].

Gen B831.2.J878 1997.

Postmodernism/Postmodernism (Literature).

3223. English literature, theology & the curriculum. London: Cassell, 1999. x, 401 p. (Theology in dialogue).

Introduction / Liam Gearon -- Pt. I. Interdisciplinary Dialogue. 1. How Can We Read the Bible? / David Jasper. 2. 'Get Thee Behind Me, Satan': On Resisting Fishy Models of Reading / Terence R. Wright. 3. Orality, Literacy and the Idea of the Spiritual / Stephen Prickett. 4. Reading as Doxology in St. Augustine / Graham Ward -- Pt. II. Case Studies. 5. From Exile to Pilgrim: Christian and Pagan Values in Anglo-Saxon Elegiac Verse / Graham Holderness. 6. Chaucerian Ethics: The Spaces of Dialogue / Norman Klassen. 7. 'How It Might Have Been To Believe': Re-imaging the Social Body in Contemporary Productions of the English Mystery Plays / Susanne Greenhalgh. 8. The Cloud of Unknowing in Dialogue with Postmodernism / Nike Kocijancic Pokorn. 9. 'Slanderous Tongues': Shakespearean Mimesis and Virtue Ethics in Much Ado About Nothing / David N. Beauregard. 10. John Donne and the Theology of Incarnation / J. Mark Halstead. 11. Johnson's Cosmology: Vacuity and Ramification / Philip Davis. 12. Ruskin's Christian Theory of Art / Michael Wheeler. 13. 'Naming Our Host':Eucharist and Apocalypse in The Time Machine / Kevin Mills. 14. Reconsidering Phlebas: Faith in the Life and Work of T. S. Eliot / Christopher Southgate. 15. Chesterton and Father Brown: Demystification and Deconstruction / Thomas Woodman. 16. Spirituality and the Pleasure of the Text: C. S. Lewis and the Act of Reading / William Gray. 17. 'Gentle Jesus Meek and Mild': Religious Themes in the Novels of William Golding / Kevin McCarron. 18. His Word or Our Words?: Postmodernity's Angelic Predicament in The Satanic Verses / Gavin D'Costa. 19. The Writing of Catholic Worlds: Landscape and the Portrayal of Catholicism in the Novels of Brian Moore / Liam Gearon -- Pt. III. Curriculum Considerations. 20. The Theologian as Artist: Exploring the Future of Religion / Beverley Clack. 21. 'The Liberal in Crisis': or Teaching Queer Theory in a Methodist College / Elisabeth Jay. 22. Love Relations: Exploring the Intimacy between Women's Writing and Theology / Heather Walton. 23. Post-colonial Literature and Metaphysics / Suman Gupta. 24. Getting Someone to See / Colin Lyas.

Gen PR145 .E54 1999.

Theology in literature/Religion and literature/Theology--Study and teaching (Higher)/English literature--History and criticism.

3224. Fernandez, Dominique. Le rapt de Ganymède. Paris: Grasset, 1989. 346 p., xvi p. of plates.

Gen HQ76.25.F47 1989.

Homosexuality/Homosexuality and art/Homosexuality and literature.

3225. Fichte, Hubert. Homosexualität und Literatur : Polemiken. Frankfurt: S. Fischer, 1987-1988. 2 v.

Gen PN56.H57F540 1987.

Homosexuality in literature/Gays' writings--History and criticism.

3226. Fichte, Hubert. The gay critic. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1996. xxii, 411 p. (The body, in theory).

Gen PN56.H57F54130 1996.

Homosexuality and literature/Gays' writings--History and criticism.

3227. Foster, Jeannette H. Sex variant women in literature. 2d ed. Baltimore, Md: Diana Press, 1975. 420 p.

Reprint of the 1st ed. published by Vantage Press, New York.

Gen PN56.S5F75 1975; other edis. Gen PN56.S5F75 1958, Harp PN56.L45F60 1985.

Lesbianism in literature/Women authors.

3228. Frauenbuchladen Hagazussa. Die Welt neu erfinden : über das Schreiben und Lesen von Lesbenliteratur : mit Texten, Gedichten und einer ausführlichen Liste lieferbarer Lesbenliteratur. 2. Aufl. Bremen: XENIA Lesbenliteraturverlag, 1990. 135 p.

Gen PN56.L45W458 1990.

Lesbians' writings--Criticism and interpretation/Lesbianism in literature.

3229. Frontain, Raymond-Jean. Reclaiming the sacred : the Bible in gay and lesbian culture. New York: Harrington Park Press, c1997. 262 p.

"Has also been published as Journal of homosexuality, volume 33, numbers 3/4 1997"--T.p. verso. Introduction: Reclaiming the Sacred: The Bible in Gay and Lesbian Culture / Raymond-Jean Frontain -- The Discourse of Sodom in a Seventeenth-Century Ventian Text / Armando Maggi -- The (Homo)Sexual Temptation in Milton's Paradise Regained / Claude J. Summers -- Bakhtinian Grotesque Realism and the Subversion of Biblical Authority in Rochester's Sodom / Raymond-Jean Frontain -- Simeon Solomon and the Biblical Construction of Marginal Identity in Victorian England / Gayle M. Seymour -- Oscar Wilde and the Scarlet Woman / Ellis Hanson -- Missionary Positions: Reading the Bible in Forster's "The Life to Come" / Gregory W. Bredbeck -- The Well of Loneliness, or The Gospel According to Radclyffe Hall / Ed Madden -- Narrative Inversion: The Biblical Heritage of the Well of Loneliness and Desert of the Heart / Margaret Soenser Breen -- Narrative Inversion: The Biblical Heritage of The Well of Loneliness and Desert of the Heart / Margaret Soenser Breen -- Piety and the Agnostic Gay Poet: Thom Gunn's Biblical Homoerotics / George Klawitter -- Inverted Conversions: Reading the Bible and Writing the Lesbian Subject in Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit / Amy Benson Brown -- Index for Biblical References.

Gen PR120.G39 R43 1997.

Bible/Gays' writings, English--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain/Christianity and literature--Great Britain/English literature--History and criticism/Holy, The, in literature/Religion and literature/Lesbians in literature/Gay men in literature.

3230. Gammel, Irene. Confessional politics : women's sexual self-representations in life writing and popular media. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, c1999. xi, 214 p.

[...] Pt. 3. Negotiating Identity and Confessional Inversions. 8. Lesbian Confession and Case History / Marylynne Diggs. 9. B(e)aring It All: Talking about Sex and Self on Television Talk Shows / ynthia J. Davis. 10. Cross-Dressing Confessions: Men Confessing as Women / Lorraine Janzen Kooistra.

Gen PN479 .C65 1999.

Literature--Women authors--History and criticism/Literature, Modern--20th century--History and criticism/Women in literature/Sex in literature/Autobiography in literature/Feminism and literature/Women in mass media.

3231. Garber, Eric and Paleo, Lyn. Uranian worlds : a guide to alternative sexuality in science fiction, fantasy, and horror. 2nd ed. Boston, Mass: G.K. Hall, 1990. xxvi, 286 p.

RR Z6514.C5S430 1990.

3232. The Gay & lesbian review worldwide. Boston: Gay & Lesbian Review, Inc., c1999-.

Title from cover. Earlier title: Harvard Gay & Lesbian Review. Begins w. v. 7, no. 1 (Winter, 2001).

HQ75 .H3 JRL Gen.

Gays' writings--Book reviews/Gays/Lesbians/Homosexuality and literature/Lesbians' writings--Book reviews.

3233. Gelder, Ken. The horror reader. London New York: Routledge, 2000. xiii, 414 p.

[...] Pt. 6. Queer Horror -- Introduction to Part Six / Ken Gelder. 15. Dr. Jekyll's Closet (Extract) / Elaine Showalter. 16. Tracking the Vampire (Extract) / Sue-Ellen Case. 17. Female Spectator, Lesbian Spectator: The Haunting (Extract) / Patricia White -- [...] Pt. 11. New Regional Horror -- [...] 29. Preposterous Hong Kong Horror: Rouge's (Be)Hindsight and a (Sodomitical) Chinese Ghost Story / Audrey Yue.

Gen PN3435 .H69 2000.

Horror tales--History and criticism/Horror films--History and criticism.

3234. Gubar, Susan. Critical condition : feminism at the turn of the century. New York: Columbia University Press, c2000. xii, 237 p. (Gender and culture).

[...] 3. Lesbian Studies 201 (As Taught by Creative Writers) [...].

Gen PN98.W64 G83 2000.

Feminist literary criticism/Feminism and literature/Women and literature .

3235. Guldin, Rainer. Lieber ist mir ein Bursch-- : zur Sozialgeschichte der Homosexualität im Spiegel der Literatur. Berlin: Verlag Rosa Winkel, 1995. 214 p. (Homosexualität und Literatur, Bd. 8).

Gen PN56.H57G85 1995.

Homosexuality and literature/Homosexuality in literature.

3236. Härle, Gerhard, Kalveram, Maria, and Popp, Wolfgang. Siegener Kolloquium Homosexualität und Literatur Erkenntniswunsch und Diskretion : Erotik in biographischer und autobiographischer Literatur : 3. Siegener Kolloquium Homosexualität und Literatur. Berlin: Rosa Winkel, 1992. 445 p. (Homosexualität und Literatur, Bd. 6).

Papers presented at the colloquium held Oct. 8-10, 1990, at the Universität-Gesamthochschule Siegen.

Gen PN56.H57S540 1990.

Homosexuality in literature--Congresses/Homosexuality and literature--Congresses.

3237. Hawley, John C. Postcolonial and queer theories : intersections and essays. Westport, Conn: Greenwood Press, 2001. x, 215 p. (Contributions to the study of world literature, no. 101).

Gen, Harp PN56.H57 P67 2001 .

Homosexuality in literature/Homosexuality and literature/Homosexuality in motion pictures/Homosexuality.

3238. Hobby, Elaine and White, Chris. What lesbians do in books. London: Women's Press, 1991. 283 p.

Gen PN56.L45W52 1991.

Lesbians' writings--History and criticism/Lesbians in literature.

3239. Hoogland, Renée C. Lesbian configurations. New York: Columbia University Press, 1997. viii, 168 p. (Between men--between women).

1. Defining Differences: The Lavender Menace and The Color Purple -- 2. Basic Instinct: The Lesbian Spectre as Castrating Agent -- 3. Impossible Subject among Multiple Cross-overs: Roman Polanski's Bitter Moon -- 4. Sex/textual Conflicts in The Bell Jar: Sylvia Plath's Doubling Negatives -- 5. Queer Undercurrents: Disruptive Desire in Elizabeth Bowen's Friends and Relations -- 6. Fatal Attractions: Feminist Theory and the Lesbian Lure.

Gen PN56.L45H66 1997.

Lesbianism in literature/Lesbians in literature/Lesbianism in motion pictures.

3240. Ian, Marcia. Remembering the phallic mother : psychoanalysis, modernism, and the fetish . Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1993. xiii, 241 p.

1. Can Being and Having: De-cathecting the Phallic Mother -- 2. Self-Reference and the Fetish of Autonomy -- 3. Living Words: Character and the Romance of Gender -- 4. Sensuous Thought and the Autosymbol: Modernism and the Subjective Correlative -- 5. Language as the Real: Psychoanalytic Modernism -- 6. Positively Mental: On the Supposed Materiality of Lanuguage.

Gen PN56.P92I360 1993.

Psychoanalysis and literature/Mothers in literature/Femininity (Psychology) in literature/Bisexuality in literature/Fetishism in literature/Modernism (Literature)/Feminism and literature/Literature, Modern--History and criticism.

3241. Johnson, Barbara. The feminist difference : literature, psychoanalysis, race, and gender. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, 1998. viii, 215 p.

[...] 8. Lesbian Spectacles: Reading Sula, Passing, Thelma and Louise, and The Accused [...].

Gen PN98.W64 J64 1998.

Feminist literary criticism/Feminism and literature/Feminist theory.

3242. Kalveram, Maria and Popp, Wolfgang. Homosexualitäten, literarisch : literaturwissenschaftliche Beiträge zum Internationalen Kongress "Homosexuality, which Homosexuality?", Amsterdam, 1987. Essen: Die Blaue Eule, 1991. 146 p. (Literatur Männlichkeit, Weiblichkeit, Bd. 3).

Gen PN56.H57H660 1991.

Homosexuality in literature--Congresses/Gays' writings--Congresses.

3243. Kellogg, Stuart. Literary visions of homosexuality. New York: Haworth Press, 1983. x, 174 p.

"Also ... published as Journal of homosexuality, volume 8, numbers 3/4, Spring/Summer, 1983"--Verso t.p.

Gen PN56.H66L77; another copy at RR2 HQ75.J86 v.8 no.3-4 .

Homosexuality in literature.

3244. Legal fictions. London: Lawrence & Wishart, 1997. 186 p.

New formations, no. 32, Autumn 1997. [...] Oscar Wilde: before the law -- The lesbian outlaw [...].

Law PN56.L33L445 1997.

Law in literature/Legal stories--History and criticism/Law and literature.

3245. Lesbian and gay studies newsletter : LGSN. Toronto: Gay and Lesbian Caucus for the Modern Languages, [1989-.

Gen PN56.H57L47.

Gay and Lesbian Caucus for the Modern Languages/Homosexuality and literature--Periodicals/Homosexuality in literature--Periodicals.

3246. Linck, Dirck, Popp, Wolfgang, and Runte, Annette. Erinnern und Wiederentdecken : Tabuisierung und Enttabuisierung der männlichen und weiblichen Homosexualität in Wissenschaft und Kritik. Berlin: Rosa Winkel, 1999. 416 p. (Homosexualität und Literatur, Bd. 12).

Papers from the 9th Siegener Kolloquium Homosexualität und Literatur, Oct. 9-11, 1997.

Gen PN56.H57E75 1999.

Homosexuality and literature/Homosexuality in literature.

3247. Literatussi. Hamburg: Männerschwarm, 1993-1994.

Gen PN56.H57L58 .

Gays' writings--History and criticism--Periodicals/Gays in literature--Periodicals/Homosexuality in literature--Periodicals.

3248. Litvak, Joseph. Strange gourmets : sophistication, theory, and the novel. Durham [N.C.]: Duke University Press, 1997. xi, 181 p. (Series Q).

Gen PN3331 .L58 1997.

Fiction--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Rhetoric.

3249. Manzanero Bautista, Antonio. Doce semblanzas de autores homosexuales y otros temas. 1. ed. Sevilla Bogotá: Muñoz Moya y Montraveta Editores, 1993. 355 p.

Prólogo -- Un solitario, Luis Cernuda -- Un intelectual, Thomas Mann -- Un adelantado, Christopher Marlowe -- Un héroe, Thomas Edward Lawrence -- Un romántico, Lord Byron -- Un maldito, Jean Genet -- Un intolerante, Yukio Mishima -- Un filósofo, Ludwig Wittgenstein -- Un rebelde, Truman Capote -- Un pagano, Konstantino Kavafis -- Un indeciso, Edward Morgan Forster -- Un apóstol, Walt Whitman -- Temas: Dos espías, Mclean y Burggess. A propósito de Freud. El Informe Kinsey y sus antecedentes. Perseguidores y perseguidos. La destrucción de los Templarios. Una época represiva. Sobre novelística homosexual. F.W. Murnau y el filme homosexual. De la amistad entre los hombres. Homosexualismo y religón -- Notas -- Indice onomástico.

Gen PN446.M256 1993.

Authors--Portraits/Character sketches/Homosexuality/Homosexuality and literature/Gay men's writings--History and criticism/Persecution--History.

3250. Mayer, Hans. Outsiders : a study in life and letters. Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press, 1982. xx, 434 p.

Translation of: Aussenseiter.

Gen, Harp PN51.M461; German orig, PN51.M46.

Outsiders in literature/Women in literature/Gays in literature/Jews in literature.

3251. McQuillan, Martin. Post-theory : new directions in criticism. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, c1999. xx, 220 p.

Preface / Ernesto Laclau -- [...] 3. Post-Gender: Jurassic Feminism Meets Queer Politics / Patricia Duncker [...].

Gen PN94 .P67 1999.

Criticism--History--20th century.

3252. Meier, Franziska. Emanzipation als Herausforderung : rechtsrevolutionäre Schriftsteller zwischen Bisexualität und Androgynie. Wien: Böhlau, c1998. 410 p. (Literatur in der Geschichte, Geschichte in der Literatur, Bd. 46).

Gen PN56.A57M454 1998.

Bisexuality in literature/Androgyny (Psychology) in literature.

3253. Merkin, Daphne. Dreaming of Hitler : passions & provocations. 1st ed. New York: Crown Publishers, c1997. xiii, 363 p.

On Not Becoming a Lesbian [...].

Gen PS3563.E7412 D74 1997.

3254. Meyer, Michael J. Literature and homosexuality. Amsterdam Atlanta, GA: Rodopi, 2000. iii, 268 p. (Rodopi perspectives on modern literature, 21).

Includes abstracts.

Gen PN56.H57 L58 2000.

Homosexuality and literature/Homosexuality in literature/Gays' writings--History and criticism.

3255. Miller, Chris. The Dissident word. New York: BasicBooks, 1996. ix, 198 p. (The Oxford Amnesty lectures, 1995).

Includes: Gay autofiction / Edmund White -- On chaos / Gore Vidal.

Gen PN51.D520 1996.

Literature and society/Conformity.

3256. Mirollo, James V. and Herman, Peter C. Opening the borders : inclusivity in early modern studies : essays in honor of James V. Mirollo. Newark London: University of Delaware Press Associated University Presses, c1999. 355 p.

Foreword / Edward W. Tayler -- Introduction: Opening the Borders / Peter C. Herman -- Is That a Man in Her Dress?: Transvestism, Cuckoldry, and Petrarch's Sonnet 182 in the Sixteenth Century / William J. Kennedy -- Machiavelli's Vita di Castruccio Castracani: Charismatic Spectacles and the Irony of History / Wayne A. Rebhorn -- Margaret Roper, the Humanist Political Project, and the roblem of Agency / Mary Ellen Lamb -- Who's That in the Mirror? Thomas More's Utopia and the Problematic of the New World / Peter C. Herman -- Through the Cultural Chunnel: The (Robert)Greeneing of Louise Labe / Anne Lake Prescott -- What History Really Teaches: Historical Pyrrhonism in William Baldwin's A Mirror for Magistrates / Sherri Geller -- Jessica's Belmont Blues: Music and Merriment in The Merchant of Venice / Marc Berley -- Shakespeare After Theory / David Scott Kastan -- Bawdy Politic: Renaissance Republicanism and the Discourse of Pricks / Ian Frederick Moulton -- To Play the Man: Aemilia Lanyer and the Acquisition of Patronage / Pamela Joseph Benson -- The Arts of Sympathy: Dr. Harvey, Sir Kenelm Digby, and the Arundel Circle / Ernest B. Gilman -- Enchanting Ravishments: Magic and Counter-Magic in Comus / Thomas M. Greene -- Church History and the Cultural Geography of Eric Auerbach: Europe and Its Eastern Other / Martin Elsky.

Gen PN721 .O64 1999.

European literature--Renaissance, 1450-1600--History and criticism/Renaissance/Europe--Civilization--17th century.

3257. Norton, Rictor. The homosexual literary tradition : an interpretation. New York: Revisionist Press, 1974. vi, 399 p.

Gen PN56.S5N9.

Homosexuality in literature.

3258. Pearce, Lynne and Wisker, Gina. Fatal attractions : re-scripting romance in contemporary literature and film. London Sterling, VA: Pluto Press, c1998. vi, 224 p.

[...] 11. True Love in Queer Times: Romance, Suburbia and Masculinity / David Oswell -- [...] 13. Girl Meets Girl: Changing Approaches to the Lesbian Romance / Paulina Palmer [...].

Gen NX650.L68 F38 1998.

Love in literature/Love in motion pictures/Arts, Modern--20th century.

3259. Puff, Helmut. Lust, Angst und Provokation : Homosexualität in der Gesellschaft. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1993. 261 p.

Gen HQ76.25.L870 1993.

Homosexuality--Social aspects/Homosexuality in literature.

3260. Rainsford, Dominic and Woods, Tim. Critical ethics : text, theory, and responsibility. Houndmills New York: Macmillan St. Martin's Press, 1999. xi, 284 p.

"Adapted from papers given at the Literature and Ethics conference at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth, in July 1996" [...] 8. The Ethics of Queer Theory / Colleen Lamos [...].

Gen PN98.M67 C75 1999 .

Criticism--Moral and ethical aspects.

3261. Raitt, Suzanne. Volcanoes and pearl divers : essays in lesbian feminist studies. London: Onlywomen, 1995. xvii, 292 p.

Gen PR120.L45V653 1995.

Feminist literature/Lesbians' writings/Lesbian feminism/Literature/Special subjects/Sexuality.

3262. Rogers, Theresa and Soter, Anna O. Reading across cultures : teaching literature in a diverse society. New York: Teachers College Press, c1997. xi, 244 p.

Partial contents: 8. Out of the Closet and onto the Bookshelves: Images of Gays and Lesbians in Young Adult Literature / Mari M. McLean.

Gen LB1576.R396 1997.

Literature--Study and teaching--United States/Pluralism (Social sciences) in literature--United States.

3263. Roof, Judith. A lure of knowledge : lesbian sexuality and theory. New York: Columbia University Press, 1991. 285 p. (Between men--between women).

Gen, Harp PN56.L45R660 1991.

Lesbians' writings--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Lesbianism in literature.

3264. Roof, Judith. Come as you are : sexuality and narrative. New York: Columbia University Press, 1996. xxxvi, 221 p.

Gen, Harp PN56.S5R580 1996.

Sex in literature/Homosexuality in literature.

3265. Ruitenbeek, Hendrik Marinus. Homosexuality and creative genius. New York: Astor-Honor, 1967.

"An Oboensky book.".

Gen PN56.S5R9.

Homosexuality and literature.

3266. Rule, Jane. Lesbian images. 1st ed. Garden City, N.Y: Doubleday, 1975. vi, 246 p.

Gen PN56.S5R92.

Lesbianism in literature/Literature--Women authors--History and criticism/Women authors.

3267. Salvaggio, Ruth. The sounds of feminist theory. Albany: State University of New York Press, c1999. viii, 151 p. (SUNY series in feminist criticism and theory).

Preface: Hearing the O: Is the motion of words like sound? -- 1. Vocal Critics -- 2. Narrative Resonance -- 3. Resounding Bodies -- 4. Queer Curves -- 5. Poetic Literacy -- Epilogue: Cracking the O: Is the motion of sound like thought?

Gen PN98.W64 S25 1999.

Feminist literary criticism/Women and literature/Feminism and literature.

3268. Schehr, Lawrence R. Parts of an andrology : on representations of men's bodies. Stanford, Calif: Stanford University Press, 1997. viii, 230 p.

Gen PN56.B62 S34 1997.

Body, Human, in literature/Men in literature/Andrology in literature/Generative organs, Male, in literature.

3269. Sedgwick, Eve Kosofsky. Novel gazing : queer readings in fiction. Durham [N.C.]: Duke University Press, 1997. vi, 518 p. (Series Q).

Paranoid Reading and Reparative Reading; or, You're So Paranoid, You Probably Think This Introduction is About You / Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick -- Prophylactics and Brains: Beloved in the Cybernetic Age of AIDS / Kathryn Bond Stockton -- Strange Gourmet: Taste, Waste, Proust / Joseph Litvak -- Outing Texture / enu Bora -- The "Sinister Fruitiness" of Machines: Neuromancer, Internet Sexuality, and the Turing Test / Tyler Curtain -- The Importance of Being Bored: The Dividends of Ennui in The Picture of Dorian Gray / Jeff Nunokawa -- Balzac's Queer Cousins and Their Friends / Michael Lucey -- Defying "Development": Thomas Day's Queer Curriculum in Sandford and Merton / Anne Chandler -- Wizards, Warriors, and the Beast Glatisant in Love / Barry Weller -- Forged in Crisis: Queer Beginnings of Modern Masculinity in a Canonical French Novel / James Creech -- Flogging in Fundamental: Applications of Birch in Swinburne's Lesbia Brandon / John Vincent -- Same-Sex Unions in Modern Europe: Daniel Deronda, Altneuland, and the Homoerotics of Jewish Nationalism / Jacob Press -- To Die For / Cindy Patton -- Tearing the Goat's Flesh: Crisis, Homosexuality, Abjection, and the Production of a Late-Twentieth-Century Black Masculinity / Robert F. Reid-Pharr -- The Autochoreography of an Ex-Snow Queen: Dance, Desire, and the Black Masculine in Melvin Dixon's Vanishing Rooms / Maurice Wallace -- Lip-Reading: Woolf's Secret Encounters / Stephen Barber -- The Female World of Exorcism and Displacement (Or, Relations between Women in Henry James's Nineteenth-Century The Portrait of a Lady) / Melissa Solomon -- Strange Brothers / Jonathan Goldberg.

Gen PS374.H63 N68 1997 .

American fiction--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--United States/English fiction--History and criticism/French fiction--History and criticism/Gays' writings--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature/Gays in literature.

3270. Sedgwick, Eve Kosofsky. Epistemology of the closet. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1990. xi, 258 p.

Gen, Harp PS374.H63S420 1990.

Melville, Herman/James, Henry/Wilde, Oscar/Proust, Marcel/Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm/American fiction--Men authors--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature/Gays' writings--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Gay men in literature.

3271. Sedgwick, Eve Kosofsky. Tendencies. Durham: Duke University Press, 1993. xvi, 281 p. (Series Q).

Foreword: T Times -- Queer and Now -- Queer Tutelage. Privilege of Unknowing: Diderot's The Nun. Tales of the Avunculate: The Importance of Being Earnest. Is the Rectum Straight?: Identification and Identity in The Wings of the Dove. Memorial for Craig Owens -- Crossing of Discourses. Jane Austen and the Masturbating Girl. Epidemics of the Will. Nationalisms and Sexualities. How to Bring Your Kids Up Gay: The War on Effeminate Boys -- Across Genders, Across Sexualities. Willa Cather and Others. A Poem Is Being Written. Divinity: A Dossier, A Performance Piece, A Little-Understood Emotion (written with Michael Moon). White Glasses.

Gen PN56.H57S430 1993.

Homosexuality in literature/Homosexuality and literature/Sex role in literature.

3272. Selden, Raman, Widdowson, Peter, and Brooker, Peter. A reader's guide to contemporary literary theory. 4th ed. London New York: Prentice Hall/Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1997. xii, 272 p.

[...] 10. Gay, lesbian and queer theories. Gay theory and criticism. Lesbian feminist theory and criticism. Queer theory and criticism.

Gen PN94 .S45 1997.

Criticism--History--20th century.

3273. Slide, Anthony. Gay and lesbian characters and themes in mystery novels : a critical guide to over 500 works in English. Jefferson, N.C: McFarland & Company, 1993. vii, 199 p.

Gen PR1309.D4S550 1993.

3274. Summers, Claude J. The Gay and lesbian literary heritage : a reader's companion to the writers and their works, from antiquity to the present. 1st ed. New York: H. Holt, 1995. xiv, 786 p. (Henry Holt reference book).

RR3, Harp PN56.H57G3650 1995 .

3275. Tyson, Lois. Critical theory today : a user-friendly guide. New York: Garland Pub, 1999. xiv, 437 p. (Garland reference library of the humanities, vol. 2070).

Ch. 1. Everything You Wanted to Know about Critical Theory But Were Afraid to Ask -- [...] Ch. 10. Lesbian, Gay, and Queer Criticism -- [...] Ch. 12. Gaining an Overview.

Gen PN81 .T97 1999 .

Criticism.

3276. Universität-Gesamthochschule-Siegen Forschungsschwerpunkt Homosexualität und Literatur. Forum Homosexualität und Literatur. 1987-.

Gen PN56.H57F68.

Homosexuality and literature--Periodicals/German literature--History and criticism--Periodicals/Literature, Modern--20th century--History and criticism--Periodicals.

3277. Valentine, Lisa Philips . Theorizing the Americanist tradition. Toronto Buffalo: University of Toronto Press, c1999. vii, 397 p. (Anthropological horizons, 13).

Contains among other: 25. Anticipating Queer Theory / William L. Leap.

Gen PM108 .T44 1999.

Anthropological linguistics--Canada.

3278. Warhol, Robyn R. and Price Herndl, Diane. Feminisms : an anthology of literary theory and criticism. Rev. [2nd] ed. New Brunswick, N.J: Rutgers University Press, c1997. xx, 1207 p.

[...] What Has Never Been: An Overview of Lesbian Feminist Literary Criticism / Bonnie Zimmerman -- [...] When Virginia Looked at Vita, What Did She See; or, Lesbian: Feminist: Woman - What's the Differ(e/a)nce? / Elizabeth Meese -- [...] "Introduction" and "Gender Asymmetry and Erotic Triangles" from Between Men: English Literature and Male Homosexual Desire / Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick -- Sylvia Townsend Warner and the Counterplot of Lesbian Fiction / Terry Castle -- [...] The Truth That Never Hurts: Black Lesbians in Fiction in the 1980s / Barbara Smith [...].

Harp PN98.W64 F366 1997.

Feminist literary criticism/Feminism and literature/Women and literature.

3279. Wolfreys, Julian. Literary theories : a reader and guide. New York: New York University Press, 1999. xiv, 672 p.

[...] 2.2. Sylvia Townsend Warner and the Counterplot of Lesbian Fiction / Terry Castle. 2.3. Myself and M/others: Colette, Wilde and Duchamp / Mary Lydon -- [...] Pt. 11. Gay Studies/Queer Theory / Jane Goldman -- Introduction: Works on the Wild(e) Side - Performing, Transgressing, Queering / Jane Goldman. 11.1. Queer and Now / Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick. 11.2. Post/modern: On the Gay Sensibility, or the Pervert's Revenge on Authenticity - Wilde, Genet, Orton, and Others / Jonathan Dollimore. 11.3. Critically Queer / Judith Butler [...].

Gen PN81 .L58 1999.

Criticism/Literature--History and criticism--Theory, etc.

3280. Woods, Gregory. A history of gay literature : the male tradition. New Haven: Yale University Press, c1998. 456 p.

1. The Making of the Gay Tradition -- 2. The Greek Classics -- 3. The Roman Classics -- 4. The Christian Middle Ages -- 5. The Orient -- 6. The European Renaissance -- 7. Christopher Marlowe -- 8. William Shakespeare -- 9. The Pastoral Elegists -- 10. From Libertinism to the Gothic -- 11. New Bearings in the Novel -- 12. The American Renaissance -- 13. Muscular Aestheticism -- 14. Spirit Versus Physique -- 15. Marcel Proust -- 16. Homosexual Men by Women -- 17. The Harlem Renaissance -- 18. The Tragic Sense of Life -- 19. Fantastic Realism -- 20. Towards the Popular -- 21. The Pink Triangle -- 22. The Post-War Starting-Point -- 23. European Poetry on the Left -- 24. Post-War Tragic Fiction -- 25. The Homosexual in Society -- 26. Blac African Poetry -- 27. From Solitary Vice to Circle Jerk -- 28. Boys and Boyhood -- 29. The Age of Antibiotics -- 30. The Family and Its Alternatives -- 31. The AIDS Epidemic -- 32. Poetry and Paradox.

Harp, Gen PN56.H57 W66 1998 .

Homosexuality and literature/Homosexuality in literature/Gays' writings--History and criticism/Literature--History and criticism.

149. General -- 20th Century

3281. Auchincloss, Louis. The style's the man : reflections on Proust, Fitzgerald, Wharton, Vidal, and others. New York: C. Scribner's Sons, 1994. ix, 177 p.

A collection of essays, some previously published in the New York Times book review and the New York review of books.

Includes: Babylon Revisited: Gore Vidal's American Trilogy -- Remembering Marguerite Yourcenar -- The Two Marcels of Proust -- -- Pater and Wilde: Aestheticism and Homosexuality -- Tennessee Williams: The Last Puritan.

Gen PS3501.U3S92 1994.

Books--Reviews/Literature--History and criticism.

3282. Castle, Terry. The apparitional lesbian : female homosexuality and modern culture. New York: Columbia University Press, 1993. x, 307 p. (Gender and culture).

1. A Polemical Introduction; or, The Ghost of Greta Garbo -- 2. First Ed -- 3. The Apparitional Lesbian -- 4. Sylvia Townsend Warner and the Counterplot of Lesbian Fiction -- 5. The Diaries of Anne Lister -- 6. Marie Antoinette Obsession -- 7. Haunted by Olive Chancellor -- 8. The Gaiety of Janet Flanner -- 9. In Praise of Brigitte Fassbaender (A Musical Emanation).

Gen, Harp PN56.L45C370 1993.

Lesbianism in literature/Women in literature/Homosexuality and literature/Literature, Modern--History and criticism.

3283. De Zardo, Silvia. Nie war ich so lesbisch wie heute : Texte für ein neues Selbstbewusstsein lesbischer Frauen. Saarbrücken: Logos-Verlag, 1993. 133 p. (Weibs-Bilder, Bd. 2).

Gen PN56.L45D493 1993 .

Lesbianism in literature/Lesbians.

3284. Dotterer, Ronald L., Bowers, Susan, and Susquehanna University. Sexuality, the female gaze, and the arts : women, the arts, and society Conference on Women, the Arts, and Society. Selinsgrove [N.J.] London Cranbury, NJ: Susquehanna University Press Associated University Presses, 1992. 191 p.

Papers from a Conference on Women, the Arts, and Society, held at Susquehanna University, Nov. 3-5, 1988 and sponsored by the University and Susquehanna University studies.

Includes: Bisexuality in Helene Cixous, Virginia Woolf, and H.D.: An Aspect of L'Ecriture Feminine / Jane Augustine.

Gen NX180.F4S490 1992.

Feminism and the arts--Congresses/Women in art--Congresses.

3285. Dyer, Richard. The culture of queers. London New York: Routledge, 2002. viii, 244 p.

Gen HQ76 .D94 2002.

Gays in popular culture/Homosexuality in motion pictures/Homosexuality in art/Homosexuality--Public opinion/Gay men--Attitudes.

3286. Foster, Thomas C., Siegel, Carol, and Berry, Ellen E. The Gay '90s : disciplinary and interdisciplinary formations in queer studies. New York: New York University Press, 1997. vi, 256 p. (Genders, 26).

Gen HQ75.15 .G29 1997.

Gay and lesbian studies/Homosexuality and literature/Homosexuality in literature/Sexual orientation in literature/Gays' writings--History and criticism.

3287. Gioseffi, Daniela. On prejudice : a global perspective. 1st Anchor Books ed. New York: Anchor Books, 1993. lix, 718 p.

Includes: The Yellow Star and the Pink Triangle: Sexual Politics in the Third Reich / Jack Nusan Porter. Racism and Homophobia / Phillip Brian Harper.

Gen, Harp BF575.P9O60 1993 .

Prejudices/Prejudices in literature.

3288. Gregorich, Luis. Literatura y homosexualidad y otros ensayos. Buenos Aires: Editorial Legasa, [1985]. 104, [8] p.

Gen PN778.G740 1985.

Literature, Modern--20th century--History and criticism.

3289. Griffin, Gabriele. Heavenly love? : lesbian images in twentieth-century women's writing. Manchester New York: Manchester University Press Distributed exclusively in the USA and Canada by St. Martin's Press, 1993. 202 p.

1. Becoming visible -- 2. From twilight to limelight: writings on lesbians in the 1950s and 1960s -- 3. Claiming our space: lesbian texts in the 1970s and 1980s -- 4. Daring to dream - imagining lesbian worlds -- 5. The new romanticism, or the celebration of friendship -- 6. Wet caves and roses: representations of lesbian sexuality in women's writings -- 7. '... when I'm sixty-four': images of older lesbians.

Gen, Harp PN810.W66G750 1993.

Literature--Women authors--History and criticism/Literature, Modern--20th century--History and criticism/Lesbians' writings--History and criticism/Lesbianism in literature.

3290. Hewitt, Andrew. Political inversions : homosexuality, fascism, & the modernist imaginary. Stanford, Calif: Stanford University Press, 1996. 333 p.

Gen PN56.H57H490 1996.

Homosexuality and literature/Fascism and literature/Modernism (Literature).

3291. Jackson, Earl. Strategies of deviance : studies in gay male representation . Bloomington, [Ind.]: Indiana University Press, 1995. xii, 323 p. (Theories of representation and difference).

Gen HQ76.J30 1995.

Homosexuality, Male--Psychological aspects/Homosexuality in literature/Homosexuality in motion pictures/Gays--Identity/Gay men--Psychology.

3292. Kopelson, Kevin. Love's litany : the writing of modern homoerotics. Stanford, Calif: Stanford University Press, 1994. viii, 194 p.

1. Wilde's Love-Deaths -- 2. Pederastic Trappings: Gide and Firbank -- 3. Another Other: Woolf and Stein -- 4. Friends and Lovers: Yourcenar and Renault -- 5. Barthes's Love-Tricks.

Gen PR468.H65K660 1994.

Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain--History--20th century/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain--History--19th century/Erotic literature, English--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Erotic literature, French--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Gays' writings, English--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Gays' writings, French--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Lesbians in literature/Gay men in literature/Love in literature.

3293. Lamos, Colleen. Deviant modernism : sexual and textual errancy in T.S. Eliot, James Joyce, and Marcel Proust. Cambridge New York: Cambridge University Press, 1998. x, 269 p.

1. Straightening out literary criticism: T. S. Eliot and error. Perversion. Inversion. Impure mingling. Dissemination -- 2. The end of poetry for ladies: T. S. Eliot's early poetry. The paternal citation. The maternal intertext. "Hysteria" "Whispers of Immortality" "Ode" The Waste Land. The Family Reunion -- 3. Text of error, text in error: James Joyce's Ulysses. Joycean errancy. Cheating on the law of the father. Homosexual secrecy and knowledge -- 4. Sexual/textual inversion: Marcel Proust. The erotics of reading. Errors of affection: Ruskin, Venice, and reading. Remembrance of Things Past.

Gen PS3509.L43 Z69174 1998.

Eliot, T. S/Proust, Marcel/Joyce, James/Sexual deviation in literature/Gender identity in literature/Masculinity in literature/Modernism (Literature)/Sex in literature/Men in literature.

3294. Lilley, Rozanna. Staging Hong Kong : gender and performance in transition. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, c1998. xiii, 327 p. (ConsumAsiaN book series).

1. Introduction: Playing the Moment -- 2. The Double Bind: Performing Arts in Hong Kong -- 3. The Romance of the Marginal: Zuni Icosahedron -- 4. Zuni People: An Intimate Hierarchy -- 5. Chronicle of Women: A Hong Kong Story -- 6. Wrestling with Angels: Queer Theatre -- 7. Conclusion: Well Water, River Water (A Wet Dream).

Gen PN2875.H85 L55 1998.

Experimental theater--China--Hong Kong--History--20th century.

3295. Lilly, Mark. Gay men's literature in the twentieth century. Washington, Square, N.Y: New York University Press, 1993. xv, 233 p.

1. The Homophobic Academy -- 2. The Legacy of Byron and Wilde -- 3. The Poems of Constantine Cavafy -- 4. E. M. Forster: Maurice -- 5. The Love Poetry of the First World War -- 6. Jean Genet: The Autobiographical Works -- 7. The Plays of Tennessee Williams -- 8. Yukio Mishima: Confessions of a Mask -- 9. James Baldwin: Another Country and Giovanni's Room -- 10. The Plays of Joe Orton -- 11. Christopher Isherwood: A Single Man -- 12. Andrew Holleran: Dancer from the Dance and Nights in Aruba -- 13. David Leavitt: The Lost Language of Cranes.

Gen PN56.H57L550 1993.

Homosexuality and literature/Homosexuality in literature/Literature, Modern--Men authors--History and criticism/Literature, Modern--20th century--History and criticism.

3296. Malinowitz, Harriet and Stillman, Peter R. Textual orientations : lesbian and gay students and the making of discourse communities. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook Publishers, 1994.

Ch. 1. Queer Texts, Queer Contexts -- Ch. 2. "Truth" or Consequences: The Lesbian or Gay Student in the Mainstream Writing Class -- Ch. 3. Lesbian and Gay Studies: Landscape of an (Inter)Discipline -- Ch. 4. Community Knowledge and Social Construction Theory in Composition -- Ch. 5. The Politics of Outsiderhood Go to School: Liberatory Pedagogy -- Ch. 6. Construing and Constructing Knowledge as a Lesbian or Gay Student Writer: Reflections on an Identity-Based Course -- Ch. 7. The Course of Study/Study of the Course -- Ch. 8. Adrian O'Connor: "It's a Social World" -- Ch. 9. Isabel Serrano: "Setting the Record Straight" -- Ch. 10. John Lee: Writing Fractured Identity -- Ch. 11. Mary Donoghue: "Let's Assume These Things Are True" -- Ch. 12. Queering the Brew.

Gen PE1405.U6M340 1995.

English language--Rhetoric--Study and teaching--Social aspects--United States/Gay college students--United States--Social conditions/Lesbian students--United States--Social conditions/English language--Discourse analysis/Lesbians--United States--Language/Gays--United States--Language/Group identity.

3297. Meyers, Jeffrey. Homosexuality and literature, 1890-1930. London: Athlone Press, 1987. [vii], 183 p.

Gen PN56.H57M494 1987.

Homosexuality in literature/Literature, Modern--20th century--History and criticism.

3298. Moon, Michael. A small boy and others : imitation and initiation in American culture from Henry James to Andy Warhol. Durham: Duke University Press, 1998. xii, 195 p. (Series Q).

1. A Small Boy and Others: Sexual Disorientation in Henry James, Kenneth Anger, and David Lynch -- 2. Initiation into Style: In the Memory Palace of Henry James -- 3. Flaming Closets -- 4. Screen Memories, or, Pop Comes from the Outside: Warhol and Queer Childhood -- 5. Outlaw Sex and the "Search for America": Representing Male Prostitution and Perverse Desire in Sixties Film (My Hustler and Midnight Cowboy) -- 6. Oralia: Joseph Cornell, Hunger, Sweetness, and Women's Performances -- 7. Tragedy and Trash: Yiddish Theater and Queer Theater, Henry James, Charles Ludlam, Ethyl Eichelberger.

Gen HQ76.25 .M66 1998.

Gays in popular culture/Gay men in literature/Homosexuality in motion pictures.

3299. Popp, Wolfgang. Männerliebe : Homosexualität und Literatur. Stuttgart: Metzler, 1992. 439 p.

Gen PN56.H57P673 1992.

Homosexuality and literature.

3300. Ramsdell, Kristin and Ramsdell, Kristin. Romance fiction : a guide to the genre. Englewood, Colo: Libraries Unlimited, 1999. xvi, 435 p. (Genreflecting advisory series).

Rev. ed. of: What romance do I read next? 1997. Includes indexes. [...] Ch. 11. Gay and Lesbian Romance. [...] Pt. 3. Research Aids. [...] Ch. 18. Societies and Organizations. Ch. 19. Awards. Ch. 20. Collections. Ch. 21. Publishers. App. 1. Sample Core Collection -- App. 2. Selected Romance Writers by Style, Plot Pattern, or Theme -- App. 3. Selected Young Adult Romance Bibliography.

Gen Z1231.L68 PN3448.L67 R37 1999.

Love stories--Bibliography/Love stories--History and criticism/Books and reading--United States.

3301. Selden, Raman and Widdowson, Peter. A reader's guide to contemporary literary theory. 3rd ed Raman Selden and Peter Widdowson. Lexington, Ky: University Press of Kentucky, 1993. xii, 244 p.

Includes: Chapter 8. Feminist theories. First-wave feminist criticism: Virginia Woolf and Simone de Beauvoir. Second-wave feminist criticism. Kate Millett: sexual politics. Marxist feminism. Elaine Showalter: women's writing and gynocriticism. French feminist critical theories: Kristeva, Cixous and Irigaray. Black, women-of-colour and lesbian literary theories.

Gen PN94.S450 1993.

Criticism--History--20th century.

3302. Steinle, Karl-Heinz. Der literarische Salon bei Richard Schultz. Berlin: Schwules Museum, 2002. 119 p.

Exhibition in Berlin, Schwules Museum, April 25 - July 29, 2002.

On order.

3303. Stimpson, Catharine R. Where the meanings are : feminism and cultural spaces. New York: Routledge, 1989. xx, 235 p.

Reprint. Originally published: New York : Methuen, 1988.

Gen, Harp PN98.W64S750 1989; orig. edi. Gen, Law PN98.W64S750 1988.

Feminist literary criticism/Literature, Modern--20th century--History and criticism/Women in literature/Women and literature/Lesbians in literature.

3304. Van Dyke, Annette Joy. The search for a woman-centered spirituality. New York: New York University Press, 1992. xviii, 227 p.

Foreword / Karla Jay -- 1. Introduction: Wild Women and Lesbian Sensibilities -- 2. Curing Ceremonies: The Novels of Leslie Marmon Silko and Paula Gunn Allen -- 3. The West African Tradition and the Female Principle: The Writings of Audre Lorde and Alice Walker -- 4. Revisioning Celtic Traditions: Starhawk, Priestess of the Goddess, and Marion Zimmer Bradley's The Mists of Avalon -- 5. From the Euro-American Mainstream / Sonia Johnson and Mary Daly -- 6. Conclusion: The Female Principle and a Lesbian-Feminist Ethics.

Gen PN3437.V360 1992.

Literature--Women authors--History and criticism/Feminism and literature/Women and literature/Lesbians' writings--History and criticism/Lesbianism in literature/Femininity (Psychology) in literature.

3305. Vollhaber, Tomas. Das Nichts, die Angst, die Erfahrung : Untersuchung zur zeitgenössischen schwulen Literatur. Berlin: Verlag Rosa Winkel, 1987. 260 p. (Homosexualität und Literatur, Bd. 1).

Originally presented as the author's thesis (doctoral)--Universität Hamburg, 1987.

Gen PN56.H57V650 1987.

Homosexuality in literature/Literature, Modern--20th century--History and criticism.

150. Classical & Medieval Literature

3306. Arkins, Brian. An interpretation of the poems of Catullus. Lewiston: Edwin Mellen Press, c1999. x, 133 p. (Studies in classics, v. 11).

Ch. 1. The Modernity of Catullus -- Ch. 2. Lesbia -- Ch. 3. The Long Poems -- Ch. 4. Friends and Enemies.

Gen PA6276 .A74 1999.

Catullus, Gaius Valerius/Love poetry, Latin--History and criticism/Epigrams, Latin--History and criticism/Rome--In literature.

3307. Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-Universität Greifswald Arbeitskreis "Deutsche Literatur des Mittelaters." Jahrestagung. Sexuelle Perversionen im Mittelalter : XXIX. Jahrestagung des Arbeitskreises "Deutsche Literatur des Mittelalters," Brugge, Belgien, 22.-25. September 1994 = Les Perversions sexuelles au Moyen Age : 29ème Congrès du Cercle de travail de la littérature allemande au Moyen Age, Brugge, Belgique, 22.-24. September 1994. Greifswald: Reineke-Verlag, 1994. 219 p.

Gen PN682.S38E75 1994.

Literature, Medieval--History and criticism--Congresses/Sexual deviation in literature--Congresses.

3308. Obermayer, Hans Peter. Martial und der Diskurs über männliche "Homosexualität" in der Literatur der frühen Kaiserzeit. Tübingen: Gunter Narr, c1998. xiv, 378 p.

Revised version of the author's thesis (doctoral)--Universität München, 1996.

Gen PA6507.O24 1998.

Martial/Erotic literature, Latin--History and criticism/Homosexuality, Male, in literature/Homosexuality and literature--Rome/Sex in literature.

3309. Plutarch. L'eròtic (Erotikós) : diàleg filosòfic sobre Eros o la confrontació dels amors pederàstics i conjugal . Barcelona: PPU, [1999]. 92 p.

Introducció, traducció i notes de Paul Gilabert i Barberà.

Gen PA4368.A4 C3 1999.

Love/Ethics, Ancient/Marriage/Sodomy/Literatura griega clásica/Amor.

3310. Snyder, Jane McIntosh. Lesbian desire in the lyrics of Sappho. New York: Columbia University Press, c1997. xi, 261 p. (Between men--between women).

Introduction: A Woman-Centered Perspective on Sappho -- Ch. 1. Sappho and Aphrodite -- Ch. 2. The Construction of Desire -- Ch. 3. Eros and Reminiscence -- Ch. 4. Sappho's Challenges to the Homeric Inheritance -- Ch. 5. The Aesthetics of Sapphic Eros -- Ch. 6. Sappho's Other Lyric Themes -- Epilogue: Sappho and Modern American Women Poets -- App. 2. The Greek Text.

Gen PA4409 .S64 1997.

Sappho/Love poetry, Greek--History and criticism/Women and literature--Greece/Lesbians in literature/Desire in literature.

3311. Stemmler, Theo. Homoerotische Lyrik: 6. Kolloquium der Forschungsstelle für europäische Lyrik des Mittelalters. Distributed by Narr Verlag, Tübingen. Mannheim: Forschungstelle für europäische Lyrik des Mittelalters an der Universität Mannheim, 1992. 254 p.

Gen PA3433.H8 1992 .

Lyric poetry--History and criticism/Homosexuality in literature.

3312. Zelenak, Michael X. Gender and politics in Greek tragedy. New York: P. Lang, c1998. 156 p. (Artists and issues in the theatre, vol. 7).

Ch. 1. Tragedy and Politics: The Art Form of the Democracy -- Ch. 2. Tragedy and Gender: Inventing the Female -- Ch. 3. Tragedy and Pornography: Transvestite Ritual Theatre -- Ch. 4. "Heifers Trapped by Wolves": Aeschylus' Suppliant Maidens -- Ch. 5. "Not of Woman Born": The Oresteia -- Ch. 6. A Woman's Place Is in the Tomb: Sophocles' Antigone -- Ch. 7. "The Best of All Possible Wives": Euripides' Alcestis -- Ch. 8. Euripides' Everywoman: Medea and the Dramaturgy of Gender -- Ch. 9. Resignation, Despair & the Great Capitulation: Sophocles' Philoctetes -- Ch. 10. Death Throes of the Patriarchy: Euripides' Final Plays.

Gen PA3136 .Z44 1998.

Greek drama (Tragedy)--History and criticism/Political plays, Greek--History and criticism/Politics and literature--Greece/Literature and society--Greece/Gender identity in literature/Women and literature--Greece/Sex role in literature.

3313. Ziolkowski, Jan M. Alan of Lille's grammar of sex : the meaning of grammar to a twelfth-century intellectual. Cambridge, Mass: Medieval Academy of America, 1985. xi, 171 p. (Speculum anniversary monographs, 10).

Gen PA8240.A5Z8Z79.

Alanus/Grammar, Comparative and general--History/Homosexuality/Latin literature, Medieval and modern--History and criticism/Education, Medieval/Theology, Doctrinal--History--Middle Ages, 600-1500.

151. American Literature -- General

3314. Butters, Ronald R., Clum, John M., and Moon, Michael. Displacing homophobia : gay male perspectives in literature and culture. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1989. vi, 313 p.

Essays originally published in the winter 1989 issue of the South Atlantic quarterly, v. 88, no. 1.

Gen PS173.M36D50 1989.

Men in literature/American literature--History and criticism/English literature--History and criticism/Sex role in literature/Homosexuality and literature/Homosexuality, Male .

3315. Edelman, Lee. Homographesis : essays in gay literary and cultural theory. New York: Routledge, 1993. xxi, 284 p.

1. Homographesis -- 2. Redeeming the Phallus: Wallace Stevens, Frank Lentricchia, and the Politics of (Hetero)Sexuality -- 3. The Part for the (W)hole: Baldwin, Homophobia, and the Fantasmatics of "Race" -- 4. The Plague of Discourse: Politics, Literary Theory, and "AIDS" -- 5. The Mirror and the Tank: "AIDS," Subjectivity, and the Rhetoric of Activism -- 6. The Sodomite's Tongue and the Bourgeois Body in Eighteenth-Century England -- 7. Capitol Offenses: Sodomy in the Seat of American Government -- 8. Throwing Up/Going Down: Bushusuru; or, the Fall of the West -- 9. Tearooms and Sympathy; or, The Epistemology of the Water Closet -- 10. Seeing Things: Representation, the Scene of Surveillance, and the Spectacle of Gay Male Sex -- 11. Imagining the Homosexual: Laura and the Other Face of Gender.

Gen PS153.G38E340 1994.

Gays' writings, American--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Gays' writings, English--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Homosexuality and literature/Gay men in literature/Culture.

3316. Fone, Byrne R. S. A road to Stonewall : male homosexuality and homophobia in England and America literature, 1750-1969. New York: Twayne Publishers, 1994.(Twayne's literature & society series, no. 6).

Ch. 1. Criminal Bodies: Sodomites and Mollies, 1700-1833 -- Ch. 2. Natural Passions: Don Leon, 1833 -- Ch. 3. Rare Specimens of Manhood: American Homoerotic Texts, 1825-1850 -- Ch. 4. Celebrating Comrades: Walt Whitman, 1840-1860 -- Ch. 5. Waking up England: Whitman and English Homoerotic Texts, 1868 -- Ch. 6. The New Chivalry: Poetry and Pornography, 1850-1895 -- Ch. 7. A Passion Everywhere Present: J. A. Symonds and Homotextuality, 1873-1891 -- Ch. 8. Homogenic Love: Edward Carpenter, 1894 -- Ch. 9. Inverts and Homosexuals: Havelock Ellis, 1897 -- Ch. 10. Into the Greenwood: E. M. Forster, 1913 -- Ch. 11. Intolerable Lives: American Homophobia, 1880-1914 -- Ch. 12. Confronting the Riddle: American Homoerotic Texts, 1897-1933 -- Ch. 13. Sinister Decadence: Homophobia, Patriotism, and American Manhood, 1933-1950 -- Ch. 14. Inventing Ourselves: Gay Americans and Gay American Literature, 1924-1969.

Gen PR408.H65F660 1995.

English literature--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain--History/Homosexuality and literature--United States--History/Gay men's writings, American--History and criticism/Gay men's writings, English--History and criticism/American literature--History and criticism/Homosexuality, Male, in literature/Homophobia in literature/Gay men in literature/Homophobia--History.

3317. Galvin, Mary E. Queer poetics : five modernist women writers. Westport, Conn: Praeger, 1999. xii, 143 p.

Preface: Remembering -- Introduction: Lesbian Theory in Poetry -- 1. Poltergeist of Form: Emily Dickinson and the Reappropriation of Language and Identity -- 2. Imagery and Invisibility: Amy Lowell and The Erotics of Particularity -- 3. "This shows it all": Gertrude Stein and the Reader's Role in the Creation of Significance -- 4. The Rhythms of Experience: Mina Loy and the Poetics of "Love" -- 5. "Dropping Crooked into Rhyme": Djuna Barnes' Use of Form and the Liminal Space of Gender -- 6. "A curious secret": H.D. and the Palimpsest of Sexual Identity.

Gen PS153.L46 G35 1999.

Dickinson, Emily/Stein, Gertrude/Lowell, Amy/Barnes, Djuna/Loy, Mina/Lesbians' writings, American--History and criticism/American poetry--Women authors--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--United States/Modernism (Literature)--United States/Women and literature--United States.

3318. Griffin, Gabriele. Difference in view : women and modernism. London Bristol, PA: Taylor & Francis, 1994. 186 p. (Feminist perspectives on the past and present).

Includes: Chapters 2. The Other Other or More of the Same? Women's Representations of Homosexual Men / Gregory Woods -- 4. 'The Museum of their Encounter': The Collision of Past and Present in the Fiction of Djuna Barnes / Deborah Tyler-Bennett.

Gen PS228.M63D540 1994.

American literature--Women authors--History and criticism/Modernism (Literature)/Women and literature--United States--History--20th century/English literature--Women authors--History and criticism/American literature--20th century--History and criticism/Modernism (Art)/Women artists.

3319. Haggerty, George E. and Zimmerman, Bonnie. Professions of desire : lesbian and gay studies in literature. New York: Modern Language Association of America, 1995. xii, 246 p.

Gen PS153.G38P760 1995.

Gays' writings, American--Study and teaching/Gays' writings--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Gays' writings, English--Study and teaching/American literature--Study and teaching/English literature--Study and teaching/Homosexuality and literature/Lesbians in literature/Gay men in literature/Canon (Literature).

3320. Jay, Karla and Glasgow, Joanne. Lesbian texts and contexts : radical revisions. New York: New York University Press, 1990. xvii, 393 p. (Feminist crosscurrents).

Gen, Harp PS153.L46L460 1990.

Lesbians' writings, American--History and criticism/Lesbians' writings, English--History and criticism/Lesbianism in literature/Feminism and literature/Lesbians in literature/Women and literature.

3321. Marra, Kim and Schanke, Robert A. Staging desire : queer readings of American theater history. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, c2002. x, 404 p.

Gen PS338.H66 S73 2002.

American drama--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--United States--History/Theater--United States--History/Desire in literature/Gays in literature.

3322. Martin, Robert K. The homosexual tradition in American poetry. An expanded ed. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, c1998. xx, 279 p.

1. Walt Whitman. Whitman, the Critics, and Homosexuality. The Dream-Vision Poems. "O a word to clear one's path": Adhesiveness. "Calamus" -- 2. The Academic Tradition. Fitz-Greene Halleck. Bayard Taylor and His Circle. George Santayana -- 3. Hart Crane. Early Poems and White Buildings. Crane and Whitman -- 4. Some Contemporary Poets. Allen Ginsberg. Robert Duncan. Thom Gunn. Edward Field. Richard Howard. James Merrill. Alfred Corn. Conclusion: The Future -- The Future Is Here.

Gen, Harp PS310.H66 M3 1998 .

American poetry--History and criticism/Gay men's writings, American--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--United States/Gay men in literature.

3323. Matousek, Mark. Sex, death, enlightenment. New York: Riverhead Books, 1996. 261 p.

Gen PN4874.M48358A30 1996.

Matousek, Mark/Editors--United States--Biography/Periodicals editor--United States--Biography.

3324. Meese, Elizabeth A. (Sem)erotics : theorizing lesbian : writing. New York: New York University Press, 1992. xx, 167 p.

Foreword / Karla Jay -- 1. Theorizing Lesbian : Writing--A Love Letter -- 2. When Virginia Looked at Vita, What Did She See; or, Lesbian: Feminist: Woman--What's the Differ(e/a)nce? -- 3. A Crisis of Style--Re:Finding Djuna Barnes's Nightwood -- 4. Gertrude Stein and Me: A Revolution in the Letter -- 5. Lesbian (Sem)Erotics -- 6. X-Rated: Politics and Lesbian (Sem)Erotics -- 7. Body Talk: Lesbian Speculations on "Extra"Textual Letters.

Gen, Harp PS153.L46M440 1992 .

Lesbians' writings, American--History and criticism--Theory, etc/American literature--Women authors--History and criticism--Theory, etc/English literature--Women authors--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Erotic literature--Women authors--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Lesbians' writings, English--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Semiotics and literature/Feminism and literature/Lesbians in literature/Women and literature.

3325. Rohy, Valerie. Impossible women : lesbian figures & American literature. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2000. 191 p.

Introduction: Reading Impossibility -- 1. The Romance of the Real: The Blithedale Romance and The Bostonians -- 2. The Reproduction of Meaning: Language, Oedipality, and The Awakening -- 3. Modernist Perversity: The Repetition of Desire in The Sun Also Rises -- 4. Oral Narratives: "Race" and Sexuality in Their Eyes Were Watching God -- 5. Love's Substitutions: Elizabeth Bishop and the Lie of Language.

Gen PS153.L46 R64 2000.

Lesbians' writings, American--History and criticism/American literature--Women authors--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--United States--History/Women and literature--United States--History/Lesbians in literature.

3326. Wolfe, Susan J. and Penelope, Julia. Sexual practice/textual theory : lesbian cultural criticism. Cambridge, MA: Blackwell Publishers, 1993. xii, 388 p.

Sexual Identity/Textual Politics / Susan J. Wolfe and Julia Penelope -- Pt. I. Lesbian Identity in Feminist Literary Criticism: The Need for Lesbian Feminist Literary Criticism. 1. What Has Never Been: An Overview of Lesbian Feminist Criticism / Bonnie Zimmerman. 2. Two Feminist Criticisms: A Necessary Conflict? / Anne Charles. 3. Toward a Definition of the Lesbian Literary Imagination / Marilyn R. Farwell -- Pt. II. Locating Our Selves in the Text: Texts as Sources of Lesbian Sense of Self. 4. Gender as Performance: Shakespearean Ambiguity and the Lesbian Reader / Paula Bennett. 5. Waiting for Stonewall / Sarah Dreher -- Pt. III. Applied Literary Criticism: Lesbian Feminist (Re)visions of the Canon. 6. Perverse Reading: The Lesbian Appropriation of Literature / Bonnie Zimmerman. 7. Subverting Closure: Compulsory Heterosexuality and Compulsory Endings in Middle-Class British Women's Novels / Diana L. Swanson. 8. Reading Deephaven as a Lesbian Text / Judith Fetterley. 9. Sexual Narrative in the Fiction of Djuna Barnes / Carolyn J. Allen. 10. Modernity and Lesbian Identity in the Later Works of Nicole Brossard / Marthe Rosenfeld. 11. From Isolation to Diversity: Self and Communities in Twentieth-Century Lesbian Novels / Linnea A. Stenson. 12. Zami and the Politics of Plural Identity / Erin G. Carlston. 13. Separatism and Feminist Utopian Fiction / Diane Griffin Crowder. 14. Liberating Laughter: Comedic Form in Some Lesbian Novels / Louise Kawada -- Pt. IV. (Op)positional Aesthetics: Creating Lesbian Culture(s). 15. Lesbian Intertextuality / Elaine Marks. 16. Mirrors and Likeness: A Lesbian Aesthetic in the Making / Toni A. H. McNaron. 17. Poetic Politics: How the Amazons Took the Acropolis / Jeffner Allen. 18. Under the Covers: A Synesthesia of Desire (Lesbian Translations) / Alice Parker. 19. An Annotated Bibliography of Lesbian Literary Critical Theory, 1970-1989 / Linda Garber and Vilashini Cooppan.

Gen PS153.L46S480 1993.

Lesbians' writings, American--History and criticism--Theory, etc/American literature--Women authors--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Lesbians--United States--Intellectual life/Feminism and literature--United States/Identity (Psychology) in literature/Women and literature--United States/Lesbians in literature/Sex role in literature.

152. American Literature -- 19th Century

3327. Austen, Roger and Crowley, John William. Genteel pagan : the double life of Charles Warren Stoddard. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1991. xlv, 203 p.

Gen PS2931.A934 1991.

Stoddard, Charles Warren/Homosexuality and literature--United States--History--19th century/Authors, American--19th century--Biography.

3328. Buckley, J. F. Desire, the self, the social critic : the rise of queer performance within the demise of transcendentalism. Selinsgrove [Pa.] London: Susquehanna University Press Associated University Presses, 1997. 151 p.

Gen PS217.H65 B83 1997.

Fuller, Margaret/Dickinson, Emily/Melville, Herman/Whitman, Walt/American literature--19th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--United States--History--19th century/Literature and society--United States--History--19th century/Transcendentalism (New England)/Desire in literature/Self in literature.

3329. Creech, James. Closet writing/gay reading : the case of Melville's Pierre. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1993. 219 p.

Pt. 1. Lesbian and Gay Literary Theory Today. 1. From Deconstruction. 2. From Kitsch Attribution to Camp Recognition. 3. Nineteenth-Century Homosexual Expression -- Pt. 2. Pierre; or, The Ambiguities: A Camp Reading. 4. Textual Cruising. 5. Alibis.

Gen, Harp PS2384.P748C9 1993.

Melville, Herman/Homosexuality and literature--United States--History--19th century/Gay men's writings--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Gay men in literature.

3330. Freedman, Jonathan. The Cambridge companion to Henry James. Cambridge [England] New York: Cambridge University Press, 1998. xix, 256 p. (Cambridge companions to literature).

A Henry James Chronology -- Introduction: The Moment of Henry James / Jonathan Freedman -- 1. Men, Women, and the American Way / Martha Banta -- 2. The James Family Theatricals: Behind the Scenes / Frances Wilson -- 3. Henry James at Work: The Question of Our Texts / Philip Horne -- 4. Henry James and the Invention of Novel Theory / Dorothy J. Hale -- 5. Henry James and the Idea of Evil / Robert Weisbuch -- 6. Queer Henry In the Cage / Hugh Stevens -- 7. The Unmentionable Subject in "The Pupil" / Millicent Bell -- 8. Realis, Culture, and the Place of the Literary: Henry James and The Bostonians / Sara Blair -- 9. Lambert Strether's Excellent Adventure / Eric Haralson -- 10. James's Elusive Wings / William Stowe -- 11. Henry James's American Dream in The Golden Bowl / Margery Sabin -- 12. Affirming the Alien: The Pragmatist Pluralism of The American Scene / Ross Posnock.

Gen PS2124 .C23 1998.

James, Henry.

3331. Glasser, Leah Blatt. In a closet hidden : the life and work of Mary E. Wilkins Freeman. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1996. xx, 266 p.

Gen PS1713.F85Z8G549 1996.

Freeman, Mary Eleanor Wilkins/Feminism and literature--New England--History--19th century/Women and literature--New England--History--19th century/Lesbians' writings, American--History and criticism/Women authors, American--19th century--Biography/Women authors, American--20th century--Biography/Sex role in literature.

3332. Hallock, John W. The American Byron : homosexuality and the fall of Fitz-Greene Halleck. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, c2000. ix, 226 p.

1. Shepherds of Sodomy -- 2. Love and War -- 3. The Widow Halleck -- 4. Conquer and Divide -- 5. A Return to Ganymede -- 6. Halleck and His Friend.

Gen PS1783 .H35 2000.

Halleck, Fitz-Greene/Homosexuality and literature--United States--History--19th century/Poets, American--19th century/Gay men--United States.

3333. Levander, Caroline F. Voices of the nation : women and public speech in nineteenth-century American literature and culture. Cambridge, U.K New York: Cambridge University Press, 1998. x, 186 p. (Cambridge studies in American literature and culture).

Revision of author's thesis (Ph. D.)--Trinity University. Introduction: Gender, Speech, and Nineteenth-Century American Life -- 1. Bawdy Talk: The Politics of Women's Public Speech in Henry James's The Bostonians and Sarah J. Hale's The Lecturess -- 2. "Foul-Mouthed Women": Disembodiment and Public Discourse in Herman Melville's Pierre and E. D. E. N. Southworth's The Fatal Marriage -- 3. Incarnate Words: Nativism, Nationalism, and the Female Body in Maria Monk's Awful Disclosures -- 4. Southern Oratory and the Slavery Debate in Caroline Lee Hentz's The Planter's Northern Bride and Harriet Jacobs's Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl -- 5. Partners in Speech: Reforming Labor, Class, and the Working Woman's Body in Elizabeth Stuart Phelps's The Silent Partner -- 6. "Queer Trimmings": Dressing, Cross-dressing, and Woman's Suffrage in Lillie Devereux Blake's Fettered for Life -- Conclusion: Women and Political Activism at the Turn into the Twentieth Century.

Gen PS374.W6 L48 1998.

American fiction--19th century--History and criticism/Women and literature--United States--History--19th century/American fiction--Women authors--History and criticism/Public speaking for women--History--19th century/Public speaking for women in literature/Oratory in literature/Speech in literature/Voice in literature/Women in literature.

3334. Mueller, Monika. This infinite fraternity of feeling : gender, genre, and homoerotic crisis in Hawthorne's The Blithedale romance and Melville's Pierre. Madison [N.J.] London: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press Associated University Presses, 1996. 229 p.

Gen PS2384.P748M947 1996.

Hawthorne, Nathaniel/Melville, Herman/Homosexuality and literature--United States--History--19th century/American fiction--19th century--History and criticism/American fiction--Men authors--History and criticism/Masculinity (Psychology) in literature/Friendship in literature/Men in literature/Sex in literature/Literary form.

3335. Stevens, Hugh. Henry James and sexuality. Cambridge New York: Cambridge University Press, 1998. xiii, 217 p.

Originally presented as author's thesis (doctoral)--Cambridge University. 1. Henry James and the languages of sex -- 2. Gender and representation in The Wings of the Dove -- 3. Sexuality and the aesthetic in The Golden Bowl -- 4. The eroticism of prohibition: masochism and the law in Roderick Hudson -- 5. Queer plotting: The Bostonians and The Princess Casamassima -- 6. James's late short fiction and the spectacle of modern homosexuality -- 7. Suicide and blackmail: James's 'poor sensitive gentleman' -- Conclusion: 'that queer monster the artist'.

Gen PS2127.S48 S74 1998.

James, Henry/Homosexuality and literature--United States--History--19th century/Psychological fiction, American--History and criticism/Sex (Psychology) in literature/Gender identity in literature/Sex role in literature/Desire in literature.

153. Walt Whitman

3336. Davis, Robert Leigh. Whitman and the romance of medicine. Berkeley: University of California Press, c1997. x, 190 p.

[...] 1. "America, Brought to Hospital": Democracy, Homosexuality, and the Romance of Medicine [...].

Gen PS3242.M43 D38 1997.

Whitman, Walt/Medicine--United States--History--19th century/Poets, American--19th century--Biography/Medicine in literature/United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Medical care.

3337. Erkkila, Betsy and Grossman, Jay. Breaking bounds : Whitman and American cultural studies. New York: Oxford University Press, 1996. x, 292 p.

MoPo PS3238.B828 1996.

Whitman, Walt/Homosexuality and literature--United States--History--19th century/Politics and literature--United States--History--19th century/Literature and society--United States--History--19th century/National characteristics, American, in literature.

3338. Folsom, Ed. Walt Whitman : the centennial essays. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 1994. xxiii, 262 p.

Includes: The Culture: Politics and Sexuality. The Body Politic in Democratic Vistas / Harold Aspiz. Whitman and the Homosexual Republic / Betsy Erkkila. Whitman and the Politics of Identity / Robert K. Martin.

MoPo PS3238.W22 1994.

Whitman, Walt.

3339. Fone, Byrne R. S. Masculine landscapes : Walt Whitman and the homoerotic text. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1992. xiv, 306 p.

1. Introduction: Before Homosexuality -- 2. Words Unsaid -- 3. Man's Words -- 4. The Fountains of Love: Poetry and Fiction, 1838-1850 -- 5. Fierce Wrestler: Notebooks, 1845-1854 -- 6. Masculine Landscapes: "The Sleepers" and "Song of Myself," 1855 -- 7. Brethren and Lovers -- 8. Epilogue: The Path Ahead.

Gen PS3242.H56F67 1992.

Whitman, Walt/Homosexuality and literature--United States--History--19th century/Erotic literature, American--History and criticism/Masculinity (Psychology) in literature/Desire in literature/Men in literature.

3340. Martin, Robert K. The Continuing presence of Walt Whitman : the life after the life. 1st ed. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 1992. xxiii, 258 p.

I. Reading the Nation. Reading Gay America: Walt Whitman, Henry James, and the Politics of Reception / Eric Savoy. Langston Hughes and the "Other" Whitman / George B. Hutchinson. Whitman's Indifference to Indians / Maurice Kenny. Tropes of Selfhood: Whitman's "Expressive Individualism" / M. Jimmie Killingsworth. Rereading Whitman under Pressure of AIDS: His Sex Radicalism and Ours / Michael Moon -- II. Some Readers. A Serpent in the Grass: Reading Walt Whiman and Frank O'Hara / David Eberly. Whispering Whitman to the Ears of Others: Ronald Johnson's Recipe for Leaves of Grass / Ed Folsom. Free Verse in Whitman and Ginsberg: The Body and the Simulacrum / Amitai Avi-ram. Fetishizing America: David Hockney and Thom Gunn / Robert K. Martin -- III. Beyond the Borders. "Still on My Lips": Walt Whitman in Britain / Gregory Woods. Walt Whitman in Ontario / Michael Lynch. Atlantic Poets: "Discovery" as Metaphor and Ideology / Maria Irena Ramalho de Sousa Santos. Pessoa and Whitman: Brothers in the Universe / Susan Margaret Brown -- IV. The Poets Respond. Whitman's "Live Oak with Moss" / Alan Helms. Forays against the Republic / Thom Gunn. A Postscript on Whitman / Ned Rorem. Loving Walt Whitman and the Problem of America / Alicia Ostriker. Letters to Walt Whitman /.

MoPo, Harp PS3238.C76 1992.

Ronald Johnson.Whitman, Walt/Authors and readers--United States/Reader-response criticism.

3341. Reynolds, David S. A historical guide to Walt Whitman. New York: Oxford Unviersity Press, 2000. viii, 280 p. (Historical guides to American authors).

Introduction / David S. Reynolds -- Walt Whitman, 1819-1892: A Brief Biography / David S. Reynolds -- Lucifer and Ethiopia: Whitman, Race, and Poetics before the Civil War and After / Ed Folsom -- The Political Roots of Leaves of Grass / Jerome Loving -- Whitman and the Gay American Ethos / M. Jimmie Killingsworth -- Whitman and the Visual Arts / Roberta K. Tarbell -- Whitman the Democrat / Kenneth Cmiel -- Illustrated Chronology -- Bibliographical Essay.

Gen PS3238 .H57 2000 .

David S. Reynolds.Whitman, Walt/Literature and history--United States--History--19th century.

3342. Schmidgall, Gary. Walt Whitman : a gay life. New York: Dutton, c1997. xxxv, 428 p.

"A William Abrahams book.".

Gen PS3232 .S36 1997.

Whitman, Walt/Homosexuality and literature--United States--History--19th century/Poets, American--19th century--Biography/Gay men--United States--Biography.

3343. Shively, Charley and Whitman, Walt. Calamus lovers : Walt Whitman's working-class camerados. 1st ed. San Francisco: Gay Sunshine Press, 1987. 223 p.

Includes selections from Whitman's notebooks, daybooks, correspondence and poetry.

Gen PS3233.C34 1987 .

Whitman, Walt/Homosexuals' writings--United States.

3344. Whitman, Walt. Whitman's men : Walt Whitman's Calamus poems celebrated by contemporary photographers. New York, NY (300 Park Ave. S., New York 10010): Universe, 1996. 80 p.

Gen PS3203.G8 1996.

Homosexuality in literature/Photography of men.

154. American Literature -- 20th Century (General)

3345. Alvarez-Borland, Isabel . Cuban-American literature of exile : from person to persona. Charlottesville, Va: University Press of Virginia, 1998. xiv, 198 p. (New World studies).

[...] Existential Exile: Reinaldo Arenas's The Doorman (1989, 1991) [...] Gay and Lesbian Images of Community. Elias Miguel Munoz's The Greatest Performance (1991). [...].

Gen, Harp PS153.C83 A58 1998 .

American literature--Cuban American authors--History and criticism/Cuban Americans--Intellectual life/Exiles in literature.

3346. Antoniou, Laura. Looking for Mr. Preston. 1st Richard Kasak book ed. New York: Masquerade Books, 1995. 298 p.

Gen PS3566.R412Z75 1995.

Preston, John/Authors, American--20th century--Biography/Gay men--United States--Biography.

3347. Bergman, David. Gaiety transfigured : gay self-representation in American literature. Madison, Wis: University of Wisconsin Press, 1991. 237 p. (Wisconsin project on American writers).

Gen PS153.G38B40 1991.

Gays' writings, American--History and criticism/American literature--Men authors--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--United States/Gay men in literature.

3348. Brandt, Kate. Happy endings : lesbian writers talk about their lives and work. Tallahassee, Fla: Naiad Press, 1993. 248 p.

Gen PS153.L46B730 1993.

Lesbians' writings, American--History and criticism--Theory, etc/American literature--Women authors--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Women and literature--United States--History--20th century/Women authors, American--20th century--Interviews/Lesbians--United States--Interviews/Lesbians in literature/Authorship.

3349. Brant, Beth. Writing as witness : essay and talk. Toronto: Women's Press, 1994. 127 p.

Gen PS153.I52B69 1994.

American literature--Indian authors--History and criticism/American literature--Women authors--History and criticism/American literature--20th century--History and criticism/Canadian literature--Indian authors--History and criticism/Canadian literature--Women authors--History and criticism/Canadian literature--20th century--History and criticism/Indian literature--United States--History and criticism/Indian literature--Canada--History and criticism/Lesbians' writings, American--History and criticism/Lesbians' writings, Canadian--History and criticism.

3350. Chernin, Kim. My life as a boy. 1st ed. Chapel Hill, N.C: Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, 1997. 204 p.

Gen PS3553.H3558 Z468 1997.

Chernin, Kim/Women authors, American--20th century--Biography/Lesbians--United States--Biography.

3351. Cooper, Bernard. Truth serum : memoirs. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co, 1996. 225 p.

Gen PS3553.O53T87 1996.

Cooper, Bernard/Authors, American--20th century--Biography/Gay men--United States--Biography.

3352. Delany, Samuel R. Shorter views : queer thoughts & the politics of the paraliterary. Hanover: University Press of New England, c1999. xii, 464 p.

Preface: On Creativity and Academic Writing -- 1. The Rhetoric of Sex / The Discourse of Desire -- 2. Street Talk / Straight Talk -- 3. On the Unspeakable -- 4. Coming / Out -- 5. A Bend in the Road -- 6. The "Gay" Writer / "Gay Writing" ...? -- 7. The Black Leather in Color Interview -- 8. The Thomas L. Long Interview -- 9. Neither the First Word nor the Last on Deconstruction, Structuralism, Poststructuralism, and Semiotics for SF Readers -- 10. The Para doxa Interview: Inside and Outside the Canon -- 11. The Politics of Paraliterary Criticism -- 12. Zelazny/Varley/Gibson - and Quality -- 13. Pornography and Censorship -- 14. The Making of Hogg -- 15. The Phil Leggiere Interview: Reading The Mad Man -- 16. The Second Science-Fiction Studies Interview: Of Trouble on Triton and Other Matters -- 17. Antonia Byatt's Possession: A Romance -- 18. Neil Gaiman, I, II, and III -- 19. A Tribute to Judith Merril -- 20. Michael Perkins's Evil Companions -- 21. Now It's Time for Dale Peck -- 22. Othello in Brooklyn -- 23. A Prefatory Notice to Vincent Czyz's Adrift in a Vanishing City -- 24. Under the Volcano with Susan Sontag -- 25. Some Remarks on Narrative and Technology or: Poetry and Truth -- Appendix. Some Notes for the Intermediate and Advanced Creative Writing Student.

Gen PS3554.E437 Z4756 1999.

Delany, Samuel R/Homosexuality and literature--United States--History--20th century/Gay men's writings, American--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Science fiction, American--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Politics and literature.

3353. Deming, Barbara. A humming under my feet : a book of travail. London: Women's Press, 1985. viii, 267 p.

Gen PS3554.E53Z8A23 1985.

Deming, Barbara/Authors, American--20th century--Biography/Lesbians--United States--Biography.

3354. Doan, Laura L. The lesbian postmodern. New York: Columbia University Press, 1994. xiv, 267 p. (Between men--between women).

1. Introduction: Mapping the Lesbian Postmodern / Robyn Wiegman -- 2. Racing the Lesbian, Dodging White Critics / Sagri Dhairyam -- 3. Lesbians and Lyotard: Legitimation and the Politics of the Name / Judith Roof -- 4. Refiguring Lesbian Desire / Elizabeth Grosz -- 5. The Postmodern Lesbian Position: On Our Backs / Colleen Lamos -- 6. Irigaray's Female Symbolic in the Making of Chicana Lesbian Sitios y Lenguas (Sites and Discourses) / Emma Perez -- 7. Lesbian Bodies in the Age of (Post)Mechanical Reproduction / Cathy Griggers -- 8. Jeanette Winterson's Sexing the Postmodern / Laura Doan -- 9. Inverts and Hybrids: Lesbian Rewritings of Sexual and Racial Identities / Judith Raiskin -- 10. Almost Blue: Policing Lesbian Desire in Internal Affairs / Dana A. Heller -- 11. We Girls Can Do Anything, Right Barbie? Lesbian Consumption in Postmodern Circulation / Erica Rand -- 12. F2M: The Making of Female Masculinity / Judith Halberstam -- 13. The Butch Femme Fatale / Terry Brown -- 14. Sandra Bernhard: Lesbian Postmodern or Modern Postlesbian? / Jean Walton.

Gen PS153.L46L450 1994.

Lesbians' writings, American--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Women and literature--United States--History--20th century/Lesbians--United States--Intellectual life/Postmodernism (Literature)--United States/Lesbians in literature.

3355. Eby, Carl P. Hemingway's fetishism : psychoanalysis and the mirror of manhood. Albany: State University of New York Press, c1999. xv, 366 p. (SUNY series in psychoanalysis and culture).

Introduction: A Short Apologia -- Ch. 1. The Core Complex and the Field of Fetishistic Fantasy -- Ch. 2. Freud, Fetishism, and Hemingway's Phallic Women -- Ch. 3. Biography, Post-Freudian Theory, and Beyond the Phallus -- Ch. 4. Loss, Fetishism, and the Fate of the Transitional Object -- Ch. 5. Ebony an Ivory: Hemingway's Fetishization of Race -- Ch. 6. Bisexuality, Splitting, and the Mirror of Manhood -- Ch. 7. Perversion, Pornography, and Creativity.

Gen PS3515.E37 Z5858 1999.

Hemingway, Ernest/Hemingway, Ernest/Psychoanalysis and literature--United States--History--20th century/Psychological fiction, American--History and criticism/Authors, American--20th century--Psychology/Gender identity in literature/Masculinity in literature/Fetishism in literature/Men in literature.

3356. Edwards, Justin D. Exotic journeys : exploring the erotics of U.S. travel literature, 1840-1930. Hanover [N.H.]: University of New Hampshire Published by University Press of New England, c2001. ix, 201 p. (Becoming modern).

[...] Primitivism and homosexuality : the search for the "natural" in Charles Warren Stoddard's Travel sketches -- Closer than blood-brothership : Male homosocial attachment in Jack London's Tales of the South Pacific -- [...] Why go abroad? : Djuna Barnes explores New York [...].

Gen PS366.T73 E39 2001.

Travelers' writings, American--History and criticism/American prose literature--19th century--History and criticism/American prose literature--20th century--History and criticism/Erotic literature, American--History and criticism/Americans--Travel--Foreign countries--History/Exoticism in literature/Sex in literature.

3357. Farwell, Marilyn R. Heterosexual plots and lesbian narratives. New York: New York University Press, 1996. xix, 227 p.

When is a lesbian narrative a lesbian narrative? -- Narrative: the elastic project -- The lesbian subject: a war of images -- The romantic lesbian narrative: Adrienne Rich's "Twenty-one love poems" and Marilyn Hacker's Love, death, and the changing of the seasons -- The heroic lesbian narrative: Marion Zimmer Bradley's The mists of Avalon and Gloria Naylor's The women of Brewster Place -- The postmodern lesbian text: Jeanette Winterson's Sexing the cherry and written on the body.

Gen, Harp PS153.L46F370 1996.

Lesbians' writings, American--History and criticism/American literature--Women authors--History and criticism/English literature--Women authors--History and criticism/American literature--20th century--History and criticism/English literature--20th century--History and criticism/Lesbians' writings, English--History and criticism/Women and literature--History--20th century/Man-woman relationships in literature/Heterosexuality in literature/Sex role in literature/Narration (Rhetoric).

3358. Freedman, Jonathan. The Cambridge companion to Henry James. Cambridge [England] New York: Cambridge University Press, 1998. xix, 256 p. (Cambridge companions to literature).

A Henry James Chronology -- Introduction: The Moment of Henry James / Jonathan Freedman -- 1. Men, Women, and the American Way / Martha Banta -- 2. The James Family Theatricals: Behind the Scenes / Frances Wilson -- 3. Henry James at Work: The Question of Our Texts / Philip Horne -- 4. Henry James and the Invention of Novel Theory / Dorothy J. Hale -- 5. Henry James and the Idea of Evil / Robert Weisbuch -- 6. Queer Henry In the Cage / Hugh Stevens -- 7. The Unmentionable Subject in "The Pupil" / Millicent Bell -- 8. Realis, Culture, and the Place of the Literary: Henry James and The Bostonians / Sara Blair -- 9. Lambert Strether's Excellent Adventure / Eric Haralson -- 10. James's Elusive Wings / William Stowe -- 11. Henry James's American Dream in The Golden Bowl / Margery Sabin -- 12. Affirming the Alien: The Pragmatist Pluralism of The American Scene / Ross Posnock.

Gen PS2124 .C23 1998.

James, Henry.

3359. Freeman, Gillian. The undergrowth of literature. London: Nelson, 1967. xxvi, 196 p.

Gen PS366.S4F7.

Sexual deviation in literature/American prose literature--20th century--History and criticism/American periodicals.

3360. Giard, Robert. Particular voices : portraits of gay and lesbian writers. Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press, c1997. xxxi, 320 p.

Gen PS153.G38 G515 1997.

Authors, American--20th century--Portraits/Gays' writings, American--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Homosexuality and literature--United States/Lesbians--United States--Portraits/Gay men--United States--Portraits/Gays--Literary collections.

3361. Gifford, James. Dayneford's library : American homosexual writing, 1900-1913. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1995. 153 p., 8 p. of plates.

Gen, Harp PS153.G38G540 1995.

Gays' writings, American--History and criticism/American literature--20th century--History and criticism/Gay men in literature/Lesbians in literature/Homosexuality and literature--United States--History--20th century/Gender identity in literature/Literature and society--United States--20th century--History and criticism/Canon (Literature).

3362. Gil-Gomez, Ellen M. Performing la mestiza : textual representations of lesbians of color and the negotiation of identities. New York: Garland, 2000. xxviii, 214 p.

"A Garland series." 1. Rethinking Identity Construction: Placing the Lesbian of Color -- 2. Naming the Enemies: Multiple Threats to the Existence of the Lesbian of Color -- 3. Strategies of Survival: The Limits and the Consequences -- 4. The Path o Survival: Rewriting Cultural Traditions and Creating Living Theories.

Gen PS153.L46 G55 2000.

Lesbians' writings, American--History and criticism/Feminism and literature--United States--History--20th century/American literature--Minority authors--History and criticism/Women and literature--United States--History--20th century/American literature--Women authors--History and criticism/Identity (Psychology) in literature/Minority women in literature/Group identity in literature/Ethnic groups in literature/Minorities in literature/Lesbians in literature/Race in literature.

3363. Grier, Barbara. Lesbiana : book reviews from the Ladder, 1966-1972. 1st ed. [Reno]: Naiad Press, 1976. iv, 309 p.

Gen PN56.L45G84.

Lesbianism in literature/Lesbianism--Book reviews.

3364. Holland, Sharon Patricia. Raising the dead : readings of death and (black) subjectivity. Durham: Duke University Press, 2000. xi, 235 p. (New Americanists).

[...] Pt. 2. Dead Bodies, Queer Subjects. 4. (Pro)Creating Imaginative Spaces and Other Queer Acts: Randall Kenan's A Visitation of Spirits and Its Revival of James Baldwin's Absent Black Gay Man in Giovanni's Room. 5. "From This Moment Forth, We Are Black Lesbians": Querying Feminism and Killing the Self in Consolidated's Business of Punishment. 6. Critical Conversations at the Boundary between Life and Death. Epilogue: "I'm in the Zone": Bill T. Jones, Tupac Shakur, and the (Queer) Artof Death.

Gen PS374.D34 H65 2000.

American fiction--20th century--History and criticism/Death in literature/Death--Social aspects--United States--History--20th century/American literature--Afro-American authors--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--United States--History--20th century/Feminism and literature--United States--History--20th century/Performing arts--United States--History--20th century/Marginality, Social, in literature/African Americans in literature/Subjectivity in literature.

3365. Hutner, Gordon. American literature, American culture. New York: Oxford University Press, 1998. x, 612 p.

[...] 5. "The Beast in the Closet: James and the Writing of Homosexual Panic" / Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick [...].

Gen PS25 .A45 1998.

American literature--History and criticism--Theory, etc/National characteristics, American, in literature/Literature and society--United States/Criticism--United States/United States--Civilization.

3366. Inness, Sherrie A. The lesbian menace : ideology, identity, and the representation of lesbian life. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, c1997. xi, 256 p.

1. Who's Afraid of Stephen Gordon?: The Lesbian in the United States Popular Imagination of the 1920s -- 2. "Malevolent, neurotic, and tainted": The Lesbian Menace in Popular Women's College Fiction -- 3. "They're here, they're flouncy, don't worry about them": Depicting Lesbians in Popular Women's Magazines, 1965-1995 -- 4. Is Nancy Drew Queer?: Popular Reading Strategies for the Lesbian Reader -- 5. "Candy-coated cyanide": Children's Books and Lesbian Images -- 6. Lost in Space: Queer Geography and the Politics of Location -- 7. To Pass or Not to Pass: Thoughts on Passing and Lesbian Identities -- 8. GI Joes in Barbie Land: Recontextualizing the Meaning of Butch in Twentieth-Century Lesbian Culture / Sherrie A. Inness and Michele E. Lloyd.

Gen PS228.L47 I56 1997.

American literature--20th century--History and criticism/Lesbians in literature/Lesbians--United States--Identity/Popular culture--United States/Gays in popular culture/Literature and society--United States--History--20th century.

3367. James White Review Association. The James White review : a gay men's literary quarterly. Minneapolis: James White Review, 1983-.

PS536.2.J36 RR2Per.

American literature--20th century--Periodicals/American literature--Men authors--Periodicals/Gay men's writings, American--Periodicals/Gay men--Literary collections--Periodicals.

3368. Jones, Sonya L. Gay and lesbian literature since World War II : history and memory. New York: Harrington Park Press, c1998. 241 p.

Published also as v. 34, nos. 3/4 1998 of the Journal of homosexuality. Introduction / Sonya L. Jones -- The Calamus Root: A Study of American Gay Poetry Since World War II / Walter Holland -- The Purloined Ladder: Its Place in Lesbian History / Manuela Soares -- "What Is Going on Here?": Baldwin's Another Country / Laura Quinn -- Writing the Fairy Huckleberry Finn: William Goyen's and Truman Capote's Genderings of Male Homosexuality / Gary Richards -- Inscribing a Lesbian Reader, Projecting a Lesbian Subject: A Jane Rule Diptych / Marilyn R. Schuster -- Built Out of Books: Lesbian Energy and Feminist Ideolgy in Alternative Publishing / Kate Adams -- Bertha Harris's Lover: Lesbian and Postmodern / Amanda C. Gable -- Breaking the Silence, Dismantling Taboos: Latino Novels on AIDS / Alberto Sandoval Sanchez -- Nietzsche, Autobiography, History: Mourning and Martin and John / John Champagne -- Resources for Lesbian Ethnographic Research in the Lavender Archives / Alisa Klinger -- The Will to Remember: The Lesbian Herstory Archives of New York / Joan Nestle.

Gen PS153.G38 G39 1998.

Gays' writings, American--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--United States--History--20th century/American literature--20th century--History and criticism/Lesbians in literature/Gay men in literature.

3369. Keating, AnaLouise. Women reading women writing : self-invention in Paula Gunn Allen, Gloria Anzaldúa, and Audre Lorde. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press, 1996. viii, 240 p.

Gen PS151.K430 1996.

Allen, Paula Gunn/Anzaldúa, Gloria/Lorde, Audre/American literature--Women authors--History and criticism/Women and literature--United States--History--20th century/American literature--20th century--History and criticism/Difference (Psychology) in literature/Identity (Psychology) in literature/Sex role in literature/Invention (Rhetoric)/Self in literature .

3370. Kushner, Tony and Vorlicky, Robert. Tony Kushner in conversation. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, c1998. viii, 286 p. (Triangulations).

[...] AIDS, Angels, Activism, and Sex in the Nineties / Patrick R. Pacheco -- [...] The Gay Rights Movement - Twenty-Five Years / Charlie Rose, Andrew Sullivan and Donna Minkowitz [et al.] -- [...] The Proust Questionnaire / Charlotte Stoudt [...].

Gen PS3561.U778 Z476 1998.

Kushner, Tony/Dramatists, American--20th century--Interviews/Politics and literature--United States--History--20th century/Art and state--United States--History--20th century/Social problems in literature/AIDS (Disease) in literature/Gay men in literature.

3371. Larkin, Joan. A woman like that : lesbian and bisexual writers tell their coming out stories. 1st ed. New York: Avon Books, c1999. xvii, 326 p.

Gen PS153.L46 W66 1999.

Women authors, American--20th century/Bisexual women--United States/Lesbians--United States/Coming out (Sexual orientation).

3372. Legler, Gretchen. All the powerful invisible things : a sportswoman's notebook. Seattle, Wash [Emeryville, Calif.]: Seal Press Distributed to the trade by Publishers Group West, 1995. 193 p.

Gen PS3562.E495Z8A22 1995.

Legler, Gretchen/Women authors, American--20th century--Biography/Outdoor recreation for women--West (U.S.)/Lesbians--United States--Biography/Outdoor life--West (U.S.).

3373. Lindemann, Marilee. Willa Cather, queering America. New York: Columbia University Press, c1999. xvi, 185 p. (Between men--between women).

Introduction: The Novelist, the Critic, and the "Queer" -- Pt. I. Fear of a Queer Prairie: Figures of the Body and/as the Nation in the Letters and Early Novels. 1. Driving One-Handed: The Law, the Letter, and the Unsanctioned Voice. 2. "Filling Out Nice": Body-Building and Nation-Building in the Early Novels -- Pt. II. Queering the "Classics": Willa Cather and the Literary History of the United States. 3. "In a Prohibition Country": The Culture Wars of the 1920s. 4. Comrades and Countrymen: Queer Love and a Dream of "America" Conclusion: Queer (R)Age - Notes on the Late Fiction and the Queering of the World.

Gen, Harp PS3505.A87 Z724 1999 .

Cather, Willa/Homosexuality and literature--United States--History--20th century/Feminism and literature--United States--History--20th century/Women and literature--United States--History--20th century/Lesbians--United States--Intellectual life/Love-letters--History and criticism.

3374. McRuer, Robert. The queer renaissance : contemporary American literature and the reinvention of lesbian and gay identities. New York: New York University Press, c1997. xi, 257 p.

Introduction: Reading the Queer Renaissance -- Ch. 1. Boys' Own Stories and New Spellings of My Name: Coming Out and Other Myths of Queer Positionality -- Ch. 2. Queer Locations/Queer Transformations -- Ch. 3. Unlimited Access?: Queer Theory in the Borderlands -- Ch. 4. Queer Identities in a Crisis -- Epilogue: Post-Queer?

Gen, Harp PS153.G38 M38 1997 .

Gays' writings, American--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--United States--History--20th century/Literature and society--United States--20th century--History and criticism/American literature--20th century--History and criticism/Gender identity in literature/Lesbians in literature/Gay men in literature/United States--Civilization--1970-.

3375. Monette, Paul. Becoming a man : half a life story. 1st ed. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1992. 278 p.

Gen, Harp HQ75.8.M64A30 1992.

Monette, Paul/Gay men--United States--Biography.

3376. Munt, Sally. New lesbian criticism : literary and cultural readings. New York: Columbia University Press, 1992. xxii, 207 p. (Between men--between women).

Introduction / Sally Munt -- 1. Lesbians Like This and That: Some Notes on Lesbian Criticism for the Nineties / Bonnie Zimmerman -- 2. The Death of the Author and the Resurrection of the Dyke / Reina Lewis -- 3. 'Somewhere over the rainbow...' Postmodernism and the Fiction of Sarah Schulman / Sally Munt -- 4. Audre Lorde's Lacquered Layerings: The Lesbian Bar as a Site of Literary Production / Katie King -- 5. Audre Lorde and the African-American Tradition: When the Family is Not Enough / Anna Wilson -- 6. The Greyhound Bus Station in the Evolution of Lesbian Popular Culture / Angela Weir and Elizabeth Wilson -- 7. Hell and the Mirror: A Reading of Desert of the Heart / Gillian Spraggs -- 8. The Politics of Separatism and Lesbian Utopian Fiction / Sonya Andermahr -- 9. Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit: Reaching Audiences Other Lesbian Texts Cannot Reach / Hilary Hinds -- 10. Lesbian Pornography: Cultural Trangression and Sexual Demystification / Lisa Henderson.

Gen, Harp PS153.L46N480 1992.

Lesbians' writings, American--History and criticism/Lesbians--Intellectual life/Lesbians in literature.

3377. Napier, Winston. African American literary theory : a reader. New York: New York University Press, c2000. xiv, 730 p.

[...] Pt. 4. The 1990s: Feminist Expansions, Queer Theory, and the Turn to Cultural Studies. [...] 35. Toward a Black Gay Aesthetic: Signifying in Contemporary Black Gay Literature / Charles I. Nero. [...] 41. Some Glances at the Black Fag: Race, Same-Sex Desire, and Cultural Belonging / Marlon B. Ross. [...] 46. Tearing the Goat's Flesh: Homosexuality, Abjection, and the Production of a Late Twentieth-Century Black Masculinity / Robert F. Reid-Pharr [...].

Gen PS153.N5 A3425 2000.

American literature--Afro-American authors--History and criticism--Theory, etc/African Americans in literature.

3378. Nelson, Emmanuel S. Critical essays : gay and lesbian writers of color. New York: Haworth Press, 1993. xv, 237 p.

"Also ... published as Journal of homosexuality, volume 26, Numbers 2/3 1993." Surveying the Intersection: Pathology, Secrecy, and the Discourses of Racial and Sexual Identity / Marylynne Diggs -- Premature Gestures: A Speculative Dialogue on Asian Pacific Islander Lesbian and Gay Writing / Alice Y. Hom and Ming-Yuen S. Ma -- (Re)Locating the Gay Filipino: Resistance, Postcolonialism, and Identity / Martin F. Manalansan IV -- Myth Smashers, Myth Makers: (Re)Visionary Techniques in the Works of Paula Gunn Allen, Gloria Anzaldua, and Audre Lorde / AnnLouise Keating -- The House of Difference: Gender, Culture, and the Subject-in-Process on the American Stage / Lou Rosenberg -- Sexuality Degree Zero: Pleasure and Power in the Novels of John Rechy, Arturo Islas, and Michael Nava / Ricardo L. Ortiz -- Gay Re-Readings of the Harlem Renaissance Poets / Gregory Woods -- Countee Cullen's Uranian "Soul Windows" / Alden Reimonenq -- "Being Bridges": Cleaver/Baldwin/Lorde and African-American Sexism and Sexuality / Shelton Waldrep -- "The Very House of Difference": Zami, Audre Lorde's Lesbian-Centered Text / Cheryl Kader -- Fierce Love and Fierce Response: Intervening in the Cultural Politics of Race, Sexuality, and AIDS / David Roman -- A Visitation of Difference: Randall Kenan and Black Queer Theory / Robert McRuer.

Gen, Harp PS153.G38C750 1993; another copy at HQ75.J86 v.26 no.2-3.

Gays' writings, American--History and criticism/American literature--Minority authors--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--United States/Ethnic groups in literature/Minorities in literature/Lesbians in literature/Gay men in literature/Race in literature.

3379. Pease, Donald E. National identities and post-Americanist narratives. Durham: Duke University Press, 1994. viii, 326 p.

Includes: Queer Nationality / Lauren Berlant and Elizabeth Freeman.

Gen PS169.N35N370 1994.

American literature--History and criticism/National characteristics, American, in literature/Motion pictures--United States--History/National characteristics, American, in motion pictures/Minorities in motion pictures/Minorities in literature/Narration (Rhetoric)/United States--Intellectual life.

3380. Preston, John and Lowenthal, Michael. Winter's light : reflections of a Yankee queer. Hanover, N.H: University Press of New England, 1995. xxi, 175 p.

Gen PS3566.R44Z8P92 1995.

Preston, John/Authors, American--20th century--Biography/AIDS (Disease)--Patients--United States--Biography/Gay men--United States--Biography/Portland (Me.)--Biography.

3381. Rowe, Michael. Writing below the belt : conversations with erotic authors. 1st Hard Candy ed. New York, N.Y: Masquerade Books, 1997. x, 435 p.

"Hard Candy Books.".

Gen PS228.E66 R69 1997.

Erotic literature, American--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Erotic literature, Canadian--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Homosexuality and literature--United States/Authors, American--20th century--Interviews/Authors, Canadian--20th century--Interviews/Homosexuality and literature--Canada/Erotic stories--Authorship.

3382. Russell, Jaime. Queer Burroughs. 1st ed. New York: Palgrave, 2001. 256 p.

Based on the author's thesis (M.A.--Royal Holloway College, University of London, 1996).

Gen PS3552.U75 Z84 2001.

Burroughs, William S./Homosexuality and literature--United States--History--20th century/Gay men in literature.

3383. Smith, Patricia Juliana . The queer sixties. New York: Routledge, 1999. xxvi, 272 p.

Introduction / Patricia Juliana Smith -- Pt. I. The Iconographic Subcultural Text: Queer Pulp Fictions. 1. Pulp Politics: Strategies of Vision in Pro-Lesbian Pulp Novels, 1955-1965 / Yvonne Keller. 2. The Cultural Work of Sixties Gay Pulp Fiction / David Bergman -- Pt. II. Ultimate Icon, Ultimate Iconoclast: Andy Warhol and Valerie Solanas. 3. New York School's "Out": Andy Warhol Presents Dumb and Dumber / Kelly Cresap. 4. The "Sweet Assassin" and the Performative Politics of SCUM Manifesto / Laura Winkiel -- Pt. III. Notes from Abroad: Queer Icons of Swinging London. 5. A Perfectly Developed Playwright: Joe Orton and Homosexual Reform / Francesca Coppa. 6. "You Don't Have to Say You Love Me": The Camp Masquerades of Dusty Springfield / Patricia Juliana Smith. 7. "Give Us a Kiss": Queer Codes, Male Partnering, and the Beatles / Ann Shllinglaw -- Pt. IV. California Dreaming: Los Angeles and Its Queer Denizens. 8. "I am with You, Little Minority Sister": Isherwood's Queer Sixties / Joseph Bristow. 9. L. A. Women: Jim Morrison with John Rechy / Ricardo L. Ortiz -- Pt. V. Icons and Iconoclasts in the Mainstream. 10. "(W)right in the Faultines": The Problematic of Identity in William Wyler's The Children's Hour / Jennifer A. Rich. 11. Liberalism, Libido, Liberation: Baldwin's Another Country / William A. Cohen. 12. The Queer Frontier / Blake Allmendinger. 13. Producing Identity: From The Boys in the Band to Gay Liberation / William Scroggie. 14. Myra Breckinridge and the Pathology of Heterosexuality / Douglas Eisner.

Gen PS153.G38 Q44 1999.

Gays' writings, American--History and criticism/American literature--20th century--History and criticism/English literature--20th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality--United States--History--20th century/Homosexuality--Great Britain--History--20th century/Gays' writings, English--History and criticism/Lesbians in literature/Gay men in literature/Nineteen sixties.

3384. Squire, Elienne. A lantern in the wind : the life of Mary Ellen Chase. Santa Barbara: Fithian Press, 1995. 208 p.

Gen PS3505.H336Z8S77 1995.

Chase, Mary Ellen/Women authors, American--20th century--Biography/English teachers--United States--Biography/Feminists--United States--Biography/Lesbians--United States--Biography.

3385. Stanley, Sandra Kumamoto. Other sisterhoods : literary theory and U.S. women of color. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, c1998. viii, 351 p.

[...]10. Mothering the Self: Writing through the Lesbian Sublime in Audre Lorde's Zami and Gloria Anzaldua's Borderlands/La Frontera / Jennifer Browdy De Hernandez [...].

Harp PS153.M56 O85 1998.

American literature--Minority authors--History and criticism--Theory, etc/American literature--Women authors--History and criticism--Theory, etc/American literature--20th century--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Women and literature--United States--History--20th century/Literature and society--United States--History--20th century/Minorities in literature/Ethnic groups in literature.

3386. Thomas, Calvin, Aimone, Joseph O., and MacGillivray, Catherine A. F. Straight with a twist : queer theory and the subject of heterosexuality. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, c2000. 290 p.

Introduction: Identification, Appropriation, Proliferation / Calvin Thomas -- Pt. 1. "Theory" 1. Straight with a Twist: Queer Theory and the Subject of Heterosexuality / Calvin Thomas. 2. In Theory If Not in Practice: Straight Feminism's Lesbian Experience / Jacqueline Foertsch. 3. How I Became a Queer Heterosexual / Clyde Smith. 4. Staging the Self: Queer Theory in the Composition Classroom / Lauren Smith -- Pt. 2. "Literature" 5. "Kissing the Boar": Queer Adonis and Critical Practice / Goran V. Stanivukovic. 6. Robert Audley's Secret: Male Homosocial Desire and "Going Straight" in Lady Audley's Secret / Richard Nemesvari. 7. Cross-Confessing: Updike's Erect Faith in A Month of Sundays / John N. Duvall. 8. The Fascination of the Lesbian Fetish: A Perverse Possibility across the Body of Dorothy Allison's Bastard Out of Carolina / Mary M. Wiles -- Pt. 3. "Culture" 9. "Not That There's Anything Wrong with That": Reading the Queer in Seinfeld / Katherine Gantz. 10. Mediating the Taboo: The Straight Lesbian Gaze / Jane Garrity. 11. Undressing Crazy Jane: Queer Acts from Yeats to Hollywood and Mine / Joseph O. Aimone -- Afterword(s) / Calvin Thomas and Catherine A. F. MacGillivray.

Gen PS228.S42 S77 2000.

American literature--20th century--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Sex in literature/English literature--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Sexual orientation in literature/Heterosexuality in literature/Difference (Psychology)/Sexual orientation/Heterosexuality/Group identity/Homosexuality.

3387. Van Leer, David. The queening of America : gay culture in straight society. New York: Routledge, 1995. x, 222 p.

Gen PS153.G38V360 1995.

Gay men's writings, American--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Homosexuality and literature--United States--History--20th century/Literature and society--United States--History--20th century/American literature--20th century--History and criticism/American literature--Men authors--History and criticism/Popular culture--United States--History--20th century/Motion pictures--United States--History and criticism/Subculture--United States--History--20th century/Gay men--United States--Social life and customs/Homosexuality, Male--United States/Homosexuality in motion pictures.

3388. Vidal, Gore and Weise, Donald. Gore Vidal, sexually speaking : collected sex writings. 1st ed. San Francisco: Cleis Press, c1999. 280 p.

[...] Christopher Isherwood's Kind. Sex Is Politics. Pink Triangle and Yellow Star. Tennessee Williams: Someone to Laugh at the Squares With. Oscar Wilde: On the Skids Again. Maugham's Half & Half. The Birds and the Bees. J'accuse! -- Interviews -- Introduction / Donald Weise. The Fag Rag Interview / John Mitzel and Steven Abbott. The Gay Sunshine Interview / Steven Abbott and Tom Willenbecher. The Sadness of Gore Vidal: An Interview / Larry Kramer.

Gen PS3543.I26 A6 1999.

Vidal, Gore/American literature--20th century--History and criticism/Authors, American--20th century--Interviews/English literature--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature/Sex in literature/Sex.

3389. Warren, Joyce W. and Dickie, Margaret. Challenging boundaries : gender and periodization. Athens: University of Georgia Press, c2000. xxiv, 296 p.

[...] "A Queer Lot" and the Lesbians of 1914: Amy Lowell, H.D., and Gertrude Stein / Susan McCabe [...].

Gen PS147 .C48 2000.

American literature--Women authors--History and criticism/Feminism and literature--United States--History/Women and literature--United States--History/American literature--Periodization/Feminist literary criticism/Authorship--Sex differences.

3390. White, Edmund and Bergman, David. The burning library : writings on art, politics and sexuality, 1969-1993. London: Chatto & Windus, 1994. xxvi, 385 p.

Gen PS3573.H57B93 1994.

Literature--History and criticism/Gay men--Social life and customs/Gay men--Intellectual life.

3391. Abraham, Julie. Are girls necessary? : lesbian writing and modern histories. New York: Routledge, 1996. xxiv, 213 p.

Gen PS153.L46A270 1996.

Lesbians' writings, American--History and criticism/American fiction--Women authors--History and criticism/English fiction--Women authors--History and criticism/American fiction--20th century--History and criticism/English fiction--20th century--History and criticism/Lesbians' writings, English--History and criticism/Lesbians in literature/Narration (Rhetoric).

3392. Adams, Stephen D. The homosexual as hero in contemporary fiction. Totowa, N.J: Barnes & Noble Books, 1980. 208 p.

Gen PS374.H7A62.

American fiction--20th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality in literature/Heroes in literature/English fiction--20th century--History and criticism.

3393. Allen, Carolyn. Following Djuna : women lovers and the erotics of loss. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1996. 142 p.

Gen PS153.L46A450 1996.

Harris, Bertha/Winterson, Jeanette/Brown, Rebecca/Barnes, Djuna/Lesbians' writings, American--History and criticism/American fiction--Women authors--History and criticism/English fiction--Women authors--History and criticism/Lesbians' writings, English--History and criticism/Erotic stories, American--History and criticism/Erotic stories, English--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--History--20th century/Loss (Psychology) in literature/Lesbians in literature/Women in literature.

3394. Anders, John P. Willa Cather's sexual aesthetics and the male homosexual literary tradition . Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, c1999. xiv, 187 p.

[...] Gay Literary Traditions -- Intimations of Homosexuality -- The Greek Ideal in One of Ours [...].

Gen PS3505.A87 Z557 1999.

Cather, Willa/Homosexuality and literature--United States--History--20th century/Influence (Literary, artistic, etc.)/Male friendship in literature/Gay men in literature/Aesthetics, American/Men in literature/Sex in literature.

3395. Austen, Roger. Playing the game : the homosexual novel in America. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1977. xv, 240 p.

Gen PS374.H7A9.

American fiction--20th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality in literature.

3396. Büllmann, Bert. Vom Getto in die Gesellschaft : der amerikanische homosexuelle Roman der Achtziger Jahre. Berlin: Verlag rosa Winkel, 1991. 175 p. (Homosexualität und Literatur, Bd. 5).

Gen PS374.H63B85 1991.

American fiction--20th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--United States--History--20th century/American fiction--Men authors--History and criticism/Gay men's writings, American--History and criticism/Gay men in literature.

3397. Bloom, Harold. Lesbian and bisexual fiction writers. Philadelphia: Chelsea House, c1997. xv, 167 p. (Women writers of English and their works).

Gen PS153.L46 L43 1997.

Lesbians' writings, American--Dictionaries/Women authors, American--20th century--Biography--Dictionaries/Women authors, English--20th century--Biography--Dictionaries/Bisexual women--United States--Biography--Dictionaries/Bisexual women--Great Britain--Biography--Dictionaries/Lesbians--Great Britain--Biography--Dictionaries/Lesbians--United States--Biography--Dictionaries/American fiction--Women authors--Dictionaries/English fiction--Women authors--Dictionaries/English fiction--20th century--Dictionaries/Lesbians' writings, English--Dictionaries.

3398. Brown, Rita Mae. Rita will : memoir of a literary rabble-rouser. New York: Bantam Books, 1997. xi, 479 p., [16] p. of plates.

Gen PS3552.R698 Z468 1997.

Brown, Rita Mae/Women novelists, American--20th century--Biography/Lesbians--United States--Biography/Southern States--Social life and customs--20th century.

3399. Burwell, Jennifer. Notes on nowhere : feminism, utopian logic, and social transformation. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, c1997. xix, 237 p.

[...] 5. Acting Out"Lesbian": Monique Wittig and Immanent Critique [...].

Gen PS374.U8 B87 1997.

American fiction--Women authors--History and criticism/Utopias in literature/Feminism and literature--United States--History--20th century/Literature and society--United States--History--20th century/Women and literature--United States--History--20th century/American fiction--20th century--History and criticism/Social problems in literature/Logic in literature.

3400. Canning, Richard. Gay fiction speaks : conversations with gay novelists. New York: Columbia University Press, c2000. xxvii, 439 p. (Between men--between women).

Gen PS374.H63 C36 2000.

Novelists, American--20th century/Homosexuality and literature--United States--History--20th century/American fiction--20th century--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Gay men's writings, American--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Gay men--United States/Fiction--Authorship/Gay men in literature .

3401. Christian, Karen. Show and tell : identity as performance in U.S. Latina/o fiction. 1st ed. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, c1997. xi, 189 p.

[...] 2. Invisible Chicanos: Gay and Lesbian Identities in the Fiction of Sheila Ortiz Taylor and John Rechy -- 3. Identity as Drag: Performing Gender and Cubanidad in The Mambo Kings Play Songs of Love and The Greatest Performance [...].

Gen PS153.H56 C47 1997.

American fiction--Hispanic American authors--History and criticism/American fiction--20th century--History and criticism/Hispanic Americans--Intellectual life/Hispanic Americans in literature/Group identity in literature/Ethnic groups in literature.

3402. Cuseo, Allan A. Homosexual characters in YA novels : a literary analysis, 1969-1982. Metuchen, N.J: Scarecrow Press, 1992. xxi, 516 p.

Based on thesis (Ph. D.)--Columbia University, 1987.

Gen PS374.H63C870 1992.

American fiction--20th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--United States--History--20th century/Young adult fiction, American--History and criticism/Characters and characteristics in literature/Lesbians in literature/Gay men in literature.

3403. Gambone, Philip. Something inside : conversations with gay fiction writers. Madison, Wis: University of Wisconsin Press, c1999. xiv, 341 p.

Includes index. Early Bay Windows Interviews (1987-1990). Joseph Hansen. Brad Gooch. David Leavitt. Dennis Cooper. Paul Monette. Allen Barnett -- The WOMR Interviews (1993). Christopher Bram. Lev Raphael. Michael Nava. Michael Cunningham. John Preston. Andrew Holleran. Randall Kenan -- Later Interviews (1994-1998). David Plante. Alan Hollinghurst. Edmund White. Brian Keith Jackson. PeterCameron. Scott Heim. Bernard Cooper. Michael Lowenthal.

Gen PS374.H63 S66 1999.

Novelists, American--20th century--Interviews/Homosexuality and literature--United States--History--20th century/American fiction--20th century--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Gay men's writings, American--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Gay men--United States--Interviews/Gay men in literature/Fiction--Authorship.

3404. Goldleaf, Steven. John O'Hara : a study of the short fiction. New York: Twayne Publishers, c1999. xviii, 191 p. (Twayne's studies in short fiction, 76).

[...] Return to Hollywood. Lesbians and Other Human Beings [...].

Gen PS3529.H29 Z69 1999.

O'Hara, John/Short story.

3405. Gordon, Joan and Hollinger, Veronica. Blood read : the vampire as metaphor in contemporary culture. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, c1997. xi, 264 p.

[...] 13. Coming Out of the Coffin: Gay Males and Queer Goths in Contemporary Vampire Fiction / Trevor Holmes [...].

Gen PS374.V35 B58 1997.

Horror tales, American--History and criticism/Vampires in literature/American fiction--20th century--History and criticism/Popular culture--History--20th century/Vampire films--History and criticism/Metaphor.

3406. Gosselin, Adrienne Johnson. Multicultural detective fiction : murder from the "other" side. New York: Garland Pub, 1999. xv, 362 p.

[...] Ch. 6. Queering the "I": Black Lesbian Detective Fiction / Stephen F. Soitos [...].

Gen PS374.D4 M85 1999.

Detective and mystery stories, American--History and criticism/Pluralism (Social sciences) in literature/African Americans in literature/Group identity in literature/Ethnic groups in literature/Lesbians in literature/Gay men in literature/Race in literature.

3407. Griffin, Gabriele. Outwrite : lesbianism and popular culture. London Boulder, Colo: Pluto Press, 1993. 204 p.

1. 'Doing it': Representations of Lesbian Sex / Jenny Kitzinger and Celia Kitzinger -- 2. Mid Twentieth Century Lesbian Romance: Reception and Redress / Carol Ann Uszkurat -- 3. History with a Difference: Telling Lesbian Herstories / Gabriele Griffin -- 4. Lesbian BiblioMythography / Nicki Hastie -- 5. The Lesbian Thriller: Crimes, Clues and Contradictions / Paulina Palmer -- . The Worlds of Lesbian/Feminist Science Fiction / Sonya Andermahr -- 7. Lesbian Cinema, Women's Cinema / Penny Florence -- 8. Lesbians and Popular Music: Does It Matter Who Is Singing? / Barbara Bradby.

Gen PS153.L46O940 1993.

Lesbians' writings, American--History and criticism/Women and literature--United States--History--20th century/Women and literature--Great Britain--History--20th century/Popular culture--United States--History--20th century/Popular culture--Great Britain--History--20th century/Lesbians' writings, English--History and criticism/Lesbians in literature.

3408. Guscio, Lelia. We trust ourselves and money, period : relationships, death and homosexuality in David Levitt's fiction. Berne New York: Peter Lang, 1995. 227 p. (Europäische Hochschulschriften Reihe XIV Angelsächsische Sprache und Literatur, Bd. 295).

Gen PS3562.E195Z8G8 1995 .

Leavitt, David/Homosexuality in literature/Death in literature.

3409. Harrison, Russell. Patricia Highsmith. New York: Twayne Publishers, c1997. xvi, 156 p. (Twayne's United States authors series, TUSAS 683).

Ch. 1. Introduction -- Ch. 2. Highsmith in the 1950s -- Ch. 3. Hell Is Other People -- Ch. 4. Politics in the Novels -- Ch. 5. The Gay and Lesbian Novels -- Ch. 6. The Short Stories.

Gen PS3558.I366 Z69 1997.

Highsmith, Patricia/Women and literature--United States--History--20th century/Detective and mystery stories, American--History and criticism/Psychological fiction, American--History and criticism/Existentialism in literature/Crime in literature.

3410. Herring, Phillip F. Djuna : the life and work of Djuna Barnes. New York: Viking, 1995. xxviii, 386 p.

Gen PS3503.A457Z8H56 1995.

Barnes, Djuna/Women novelists, American--20th century--Biography/Lesbians--United States--Biography.

3411. Hirs, Franciscus Jozef. De prediking van James Baldwin. Kampen: Kok Agora, 1995. 304 p.

Thesis (Ph.D.)--Universiteit van Amsterdam, 1995.

Gen PS3552.A302Z8H7 1995.

Baldwin, James/Homosexuality and literature--United States--History--20th century/Christianity and literature--United Stats--History--20th century/Didactic fiction, American--History and criticism/Afro-Americans in literature/Race relations in literature/Gay men in literature/Racism in literature.

3412. Jenkins, McKay. The South in Black and white : race, sex, and literature in the 1940s. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, c1999. ix, 215 p.

[...] Ch. 5. The Sadness Made Her Feel Queer: Race, Gender, and the Grotesque in te Early Writings of Carson McCullers [...].

Gen PS261 .J46 1999.

Percy, William Alexander/Smith, Lillian Eugenia/McCullers, Carson/Cash, W. J/American literature--Southern States--History and criticism/Literature and society--Southern States--History--20th century/African Americans in literature/Race in literature/Sex in literature/Southern States--Race relations--Historiography.

3413. Koponen, Wilfrid R. Embracing a gay identity : gay novels as guides. Westport: Bergin & Garvey, 1993. 186.p.

1. Introduction: Coming Out and Gay Novels. Male Homoeroticism in American Novels. The Emergence of Gay Novels. Coming Out: The Gay Hero's Journey. Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, and Acceptance. The Six Novels Examined in This Work -- 2. Denial: Falconer and City of Night. Exercise: Identifying Denial -- 3. Anger: Giovanni's Room. Exercise: Identifying Anger. Exercise: Expressing Anger -- 4. Bargaining: The Beautiful Room Is Empty. Religious Approaches to Bargaining. Psychological Approaches to Bargaining. Exercise: Identifying the Guilt Trips upon Which Bargaining Rests. Exercise: Recovering from Bargaining -- 5. Depression: Dancer from the Dance. Exercise: Examining One's Attitudes about the Gay Community -- 6. Acceptance: Taking Care of Mrs. Carroll. Exercise: Measuring Acceptance -- 7. Implications: Gay Novels and Gay Identty.

Gen PS374.H63K670 1993.

American fiction--Men authors--History and criticism/Gays' writings, American--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--United States/Identity (Psychology) in literature/Gay men in literature.

3414. Levin, James. The gay novel in America. New York: Garland, 1991. xiv, 363 p.

Gen PS374.H63L40 1991.

American fiction--History and criticism/Gay men's writings, American--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--United States/Gay men in literature.

3415. Martindale, Kathleen. Un/popular culture : lesbian writing after the sex wars. Albany, N.Y: State University of New York Press, c1997. xiii, 224 p. (SUNY series, identities in the classroom).

Ch. 1. The Making of an Un/popular Culture: From Lesbian Feminism to Lesbian Postmodernism -- Ch. 2. Paper Lesbians and Theory Queens -- Ch. 3. Back to the Future with Dykes To Watch Out For and Hothead Paisan -- Ch. 4. Toward a Butch-Femme Reading Practice: Reading Joan Nestle -- Ch. 5. Sarah Schulman: Urban Lesbian Radicals in a Postmodern Mainstream -- Ch. 6. Que(e)rying Pedagogy: Teaching the Un/popular Cultures.

Gen PS153.L46 M37 1997.

Lesbians' writings, American--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--United States--History--20th century/Lesbians' writings, American--Study and teaching/Lesbians in literature/Sex in literature.

3416. McBride, Dwight A. James Baldwin now. New York: New York University Press, c1999. x, 427 p.

Introduction: "How Much Time Do You Want for Your Progress?" New Approaches to James Baldwin / Dwight A. McBride -- Pt. I. Baldwin and Race. 1. White Fantasies of Desire: Baldwin and the Racial Identities of Sexuality / Marlon B. Ross. 2. Now More Than Ever: James Baldwin and the Critique of White Liberalism / Rebecca Aanerud. 3. Finding the Words: Baldwin, Race Consciousness, and Democratic Theory / Lawrie Balfour -- Pt. II. Baldwin and Sexuality. 4. Culture, Rhetoric, and Queer Identity: James Baldwin and the Identity Politics of Race and Sexuality / William J. Spurlin. 5. Of Mimicry and (Little Man Little) Man: Toward a Queersighted Theory of Black Childhood / Nicholas Boggs. 6. Sexual Exiles: James Baldwin and Another Country / James A. Dievler -- Pt. III. Baldwin and the Transatlantic. 7. Baldwin's Cosmopolitan Loneliness / James Darsey. 8. "Alas, Poor Richard!": Transatlantic Baldwin, the Politics of Forgetting, and the Project of Modernity / Michelle M. Wright. 9. The Parvenu Baldwin and the Other Side of Redemption: Modernity, Race, Sexuality, and the Cold War / Roderick A. Ferguson -- Pt. IV. Baldwin and Intertextuality. 10. (Pro)Creating Imaginative Spaces and Other Queer Acts: Randall Kenan's A Visitation of Spirits and Its Revival of James Baldwin's Absent Black Gay Man in Giovanni's Room / Sharon Patricia Holland. 11. "I'm Not Entirely What I Look Like": Richard Wright, James Baldwin, and the Hegemony of Vision; or, Jimmy's FBEye Blues / Maurice Wallace. 12. Life According to the Beat: James Baldwin, Bessie Smit, and the Perilous Sounds of Love / Josh Kun -- Pt. V. Baldwin and the Literary. 13. The Discovery of What It Means to Be a Witness: James Baldwin's Dialectics of Difference / Joshua L. Miller. 14. Selfhood and Strategy in Notes of a Native Son / Lauren Rusk. 15. Select Bibliography of Works by and on James Baldwin / Jeffrey W. Hole.

Gen, Harp PS3552.A45 Z74 1999 .

Baldwin, James/Modernism (Literature)--United States/African Americans in literature/Gay men in literature/Exiles in literature/Race in literature/Sex in literature.

3417. Messent, Peter B. Criminal proceedings : the contemporary American crime novel. London Chicago: Pluto Press, 1997. ix, 252 p.

[...] 4. The Lesbian Thriller: Transgressive Investigations / Paulina Palmer [...].

Gen PS374.D4 C75 1997.

Detective and mystery stories, American--History and criticism/American fiction--20th century--History and criticism.

3418. Newhouse, Thomas. The beat generation and the popular novel in the United States, 1945-1970. Jefferson, N.C: McFarland, c2000. vi, 193 p.

[...] 4. Breaking the Last Taboo: The Gay Novel[...].

Gen, Harp PS374.P63 N49 2000 .

American fiction--20th century--History and criticism/Popular literature--United States--History and criticism/Beat generation in literature/Beat generation.

3419. Nilsen, Alleen Pace. Presenting M. E. Kerr. Updated ed. New York London: Twayne Publishers Prentice Hall International, 1997. xiii, 173 p.

Gen PS3561.E643 Z786 1997.

Kerr, M. E/Kerr, M. E/Women and literature--United States--History--20th century/Young adult fiction, American--History and criticism/American literature--History and criticism.

3420. O'Brien, Sharon. Willa Cather : the emerging voice. New York: Oxford University Press, 1987. xvi, 464 p., [24] p. of plates.

Gen, Harp PS3505.A8Z8O13.

Cather, Willa/Novelists, American--20th century--Biography.

3421. Palmer, Paulina. Contemporary lesbian writing : dreams, desire, difference. Buckingham Philadelphia: Open University Press, 1993. x, 141 p. (Gender in writing).

1. Introduction -- 2. Theoretical perspectives. The Lesbian Feminist Movement and its development. Politics and woman-identification. Libertarian and poststructuralist approaches -- 3. Political fictions. The lesbian writer and her texts. The novel of self-discovery. Lesbian continuum. Lesbian community -- 4. Genre fiction: the thriller. Genre fiction. Contradictions, codes and conventions. The investigator -- 5. Genre fiction: the comic novel. Comedy, satire, laughter. Problematizing heterosexuality. Lesbian existence. Freaks and monsters -- 6. New developments in fiction: fantasy and sex. New departures. Fantasy and narrativity. Sex and the thriller. Sex and desire. Romance/anti-romance.

Gen PS153.L46P350 1993.

Lesbians' writings, American--History and criticism/Women and literature--United States--History--20th century/Women and literature--Great Britain--History--20th century/American literature--20th century--History and criticism/English literature--20th century--History and criticism/Lesbians' writings, English--History and criticism/Lesbians in literature.

3422. Parini, Jay. Gore Vidal : writer against the grain. New York: Columbia University Press, 1992. viii, 321 p.

Gen PS3543.I28Z8G66 1992.

Vidal, Gore.

3423. Punter, David. A companion to the Gothic. Oxford, UK Malden, Mass: Blackwell Publishers, 2000. xix, 323 p. (Blackwell companions to literature and culture).

[...] 21. Picture This: Stephen King's Queer Gothic / Steven Bruhm [...].

Gen, Harp PR830.T3 C65 2000 .

Horror tales, English--History and criticism/Horror tales, American--History and criticism/Psychological fiction--History and criticism/Gothic revival (Literature)--Great Britain/Gothic revival (Literature)--United States/Ghost stories--History and criticism/Psychoanalysis and literature/Vampires in literature.

3424. Sarotte, Georges Michel . Comme un frère, comme un amant : l'homosexualité masculine dans le roman et le théâtre américains de Herman Melville à James Baldwin. [Paris]: Flammarion, 1976. 353 p.

Gen PS374.H7S3.

American fiction--20th century--History and criticism/American fiction--19th century--History and criticism/American drama--20th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality in literature.

3425. Saxton, Ruth. The girl : constructions of the girl in contemporary fiction by women. 1st ed. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1998. xxix, 178 p.

[...] 8. Subversive Storytelling: The Construction of Lesbian Girlhood through Fantasy and Fairy Tale in Jeanette Winterson's Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit / Isabel C. Anievas Gamallo [...].

Gen, Harp PS374.G55 G57 1998 .

American fiction--Women authors--History and criticism/Girls in literature/Women and literature--United States--History--20th century/Women and literature--Great Britain--History--20th century/English fiction--Women authors--History and criticism/American fiction--20th century--History and criticism/English fiction--20th century--History and criticism.

3426. Scott, James B. Djuna Barnes. Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1976. 152 p.

Gen PS3503.A614Z9 1976.

Barnes, Djuna/Women and literature--United States--History--20th century/Lesbians in literature.

3427. Stryker, Susan. Queer pulp : perverted passions from the golden age of the paperback. San Francisco: Chronicle Books, c2001. 128 p.

Gen PS374.H63 S77 2001.

American fiction--20th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--United States--History--20th century/Popular literature--United States--History and criticism/Paperbacks--Publishing--United States--History/Gays' writings, American--History and criticism/Erotic stories, American--History and criticism/Pulp literature--History and criticism/Transsexuals in literature/Lesbians in literature/Gay men in literature/Gays in literature/Sex in literature.

3428. Tintner, Adeline R. The twentieth-century world of Henry James : changes in his work after 1900. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State Univeristy Press, 2000. xvii, 252 p.

[...] 5. Attitudes Toward Sexuality in James's Text and Subtext. "Some Safe Secret for Enjoyment": Autoeroticism in "The Figure in the Carpet" A Precedent for James's The Sacred Fount: Rhoda Broughton's Dear Faustina, 1897. A Gay Reading of the Sacred Fount: The Reader as Detective. Some Sexual Innuendo in the 1908 Revision of "The Siege of London" "A Kiss Such as They Would Never Receive from a Woman": Henry James's Markings in Zola's La Debacle [...].

Gen PS2124 .T56 2000.

James, Henry/Literature and society--United States--History--20th century/Literature and society--England--History--20th century/Modernism (Literature)--United States/Modernism (Literature)--England.

3429. Tredell, Nicolas. F. Scott Fitzgerald : the great Gatsby. New York: Columbia University Press, [1999?]. 189 p. (Columbia critical guides).

[...] Ch. 4. History, Herstory and Other Stories: From Political Gatsby to Gay Gatsby in the 1970s -- Ch. 5. New Roads to West Egg - Brecht, Bakhtin and Baudrillard at Gatsby's party: postmodernism, popular culture and gender in Gatsby criticism in the 1980s and 1990s.

Gen PS3511.I9 G837 1999.

Fitzgerald, F. Scott.

3430. Waldmeir, Joseph J. and Waldmeir, John Christian. The critical response to Truman Capote. Westport, Conn: Greenwood Press, 1999. xix, 242 p. (Critical responses in arts and letters, no. 32).

Series Foreword / Cameron Northouse -- Plate du Jour: Soul Food: Truman Capote on Black Culture / Cecil M. Brown -- The Metaphorical World of Truman Capote / John W. Aldridge -- The Daydream and Nightmare of Narcissus / Ihab H. Hassan -- Capote As Gay American Author / Peter G. Christensen -- On Capote's Grass Harp / Eric Bentley -- The Grass Menagerie / George Jean Nathan -- The Stage: House of Flowers / Richard Hayes -- Capote's Tale / Leslie Fielder -- Truman Capote: The Revelation of the Broken Image / Paul Levine -- From Gothic to Camp / Irving Malin -- Other Voices, Other Rooms: Oedipus Between the Covers / Marvin E. Mengeling -- A Blizzard of Butterflies / H. P. Lazarus -- Birth of a Heroine / Ihab H. Hassan -- A Final Door / Terrence Rafferty -- Capote's Crime and Punishment / Diana Trilling -- The Kansas Farm Murders / Kenneth Tynan -- The "Non-Fiction" Novel / William Wiegand -- Real Toads in Real Gardens: Reflections on the Art of Non-Fiction Fiction and the Legacy of Truman Capote / David Galloway -- Religion and Style in The Dogs Bark and Music for Chameleons / John C. Waldmeir -- "Fire, Fire, Fire Flowing Like a River, River, River": History and Postmodernism in Truman Capote's Handcarved Coffins / Jack Hicks -- Gothic As Vortex: The Form of Horror in Capote, Faulkner, and Styron / J. Douglas Perry -- Glimpses of "A Good Man" in Capote's In Cold Blood / Jon Tuttle -- Variations on a Dream: Katherine Anne Porter and Truman Capote / William L. Nance -- An American Tragedy and In Cold Blood: Turning Case History into Art / John J. McAleer -- Major Works and Themes / Peter G. Christensen.

Gen PS3505.A59 Z635 1999.

Capote, Truman.

3431. Ward, Carol Marie. Rita Mae Brown. New York: Twayne, 1993. xii, 191 p. (Twayne's United States authors series, TUSAS 615).

Gen PS3552.R87Z8W27 1993.

Brown, Rita Mae.

3432. Wescott, Glenway, Phelps, Robert, and Rosco, Jerry. Continual lessons : the journals of Glenway Wescott, 1937-1955. 1st ed. New York: Farrar Straus Giroux, 1990. xix, 410 p., [16] p. of plates.

Gen, Harp PS3545.E7Z8A21 1990.

Wescott, Glenway/Authors, American--20th century--Diaries/Gay men--United States--Diaries.

3433. Woodhouse, Reed. Unlimited embrace : a canon of gay fiction, 1945-1995. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, c1998. x, 338 p.

Introduction: Five Houses of Gay Fiction, Revisited -- 1. From the Closet to the Theater (via the Electric Chair). James Baldwin's Giovanni's Room. Tennessee Williams's Gay Short Stories -- 2. Sexual Dandyism and the Legacy of Oscar Wilde. Gore Vidal's Myra Breckinridge. Boyd McDonald's Straight to Hell -- 3. Immodesty and Immolation. Dennis Cooper's Frisk. James Purdy's Narrow Roms -- 4. The Life of Desire in 1978. Larry Kramer's Faggots. Andrew Holleran's Dancer from the Dance -- 5. Virtually Normal, and Vice-Versa. David Leavitt's The Lost Language of Cranes. Christopher Isherwood's A Single Man -- 6. Homeward Bound. Michael Cunningham's A Home at the End of the World. Ethan Mordden's Short Stories -- 7. A Wedding and Three Funerals: Four AIDS Novels. John Weir's The Irreversible Decline of Eddie Socket. Samuel R. Delany's The Mad Man. Christopher Davis's Valley of the Shadow. Dale Peck's Martin and John -- 8. Boy's Life: Neil Bartlett's Ready to Catch Him Should He Fall -- 9. Whie Lies: Edmund White's Gay Fiction -- More Gay Fiction: An Appendix -- Nonce, Genre, and One-Handed Books.

Gen PS374.H63 W66 1998.

American fiction--20th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--United States--History--20th century/Literature and society--United States--History--20th century/Gay men's writings, American--History and criticism/Gay men--United States--Books and reading/Gay men in literature/Canon (Literature).

3434. Zimmerman, Bonnie. The safe sea of women : lesbian fiction, 1969-1989. Boston, Mass: Beacon Press, 1990. xvii, 273 p. [9] p.

Gen PS153.L46Z560 1990.

Lesbians' writings, American--History and criticism/American fiction--Women authors--History and criticism/Women and literature--United States--History--20th century/American fiction--20th century--History and criticism/Lesbians in literature.

155. American Literature -- 20th Century Poetry

3435. Allen, Jeffner. Sinuosities, lesbian poetic politics. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1996. viii, 191 p.

Gen PS3551.L68884S62 1996.

Lesbianism--Philosophy--Poetry/Feminist theory--Poetry.

3436. Buck, Claire. H.D. and Freud : bisexuality and a feminine discourse. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1991. ix, 195 p.

Gen PS3501.L3Z8B9 1991.

H. D/Freud, Sigmund/Women poets, American--20th century--Psychology/Femininity (Psychology) in literature/Authorship--Sex differences/Bisexuality in literature/Sex role in literature.

3437. Campo, Rafael. The poetry of healing : a doctor's education in empathy, identity, and desire. New York: W.W. Norton, 1997. 270 p.

MoPo, Sci R154.C26 A3 1997.

Campo, Rafael/Hispanic American physicians--United States--Biography/Poets--United States--Biography/Gay men--United States--Biography.

3438. Candido, Joseph and White, Ray Lewis. Value and vision in American literature : literary essays in honor of Ray Lewis White. Athens: Ohio University Press, c1999. xviii, 280 p.

[...] Ch. 13. "My Young Man of Mars": The Gay, World War II Love Poetry of Dunstan Thompson / Jim Elledge [...].

Gen PS58 .V35 1999.

American literature--History and criticism.

3439. Clausen, Jan. A movement of poets : thoughts on poetry and feminism. Brooklyn, NY: Long Haul Press, 1982. 54 p.

MoPo PS151.C520 1982.

American poetry--Women authors--History and criticism/American poetry--20th century--History and criticism/Feminism and literature/Lesbians in literature/Women and literature.

3440. Damon, Maria. The dark end of the street : margins in American Vanguard poetry. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1993. xxi, 305 p.

Includes: Chapters 4. Dirty Jokes and Angels: Jack Spicer and Robert Duncan Writing the Gay Community -- 5. Gertrude Stein's Doggerel "Yiddish": Women, Dogs, and Jews.

MoPo PS325.D360 1993.

American poetry--20th century--History and criticism/Literature and society--United States--History--20th century/Experimental poetry, American--History and criticism/Avant-garde (Aesthetics)--United States/Marginality, Social, in literature.

3441. Dickie, Margaret. Stein, Bishop, & Rich : Lyrics of love, war, & place. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1997. 234 p.

Gen, Harp PS151 .D53 1997.

Stein, Gertrude/Bishop, Elizabeth/Rich, Adrienne Cecile/American poetry--Women authors--History and criticism/Women and literature--United States--History--20th century/Lesbians' writings, American--History and criticism/American poetry--20th century--History and criticism/Love poetry, American--History and criticism/War poetry, American--History and criticism/Place (Philosophy) in literature.

3442. Doty, Mark. Heaven's coast : a memoir. New York: Harper Collins, 1996. x, 305 p.

Sci RC607.A26H4160 1996.

Roberts, Wally/AIDS (Disease)--Patients--Massachusetts--Provincetown--Biography.

3443. Ellingham, Lewis and Killian, Kevin. Poet be like God : Jack Spicer and the San Francisco renaissance. Hanover, N.H: University Press of New England, c1998. xviii, 439 p.

Gen PS3569.P47 Z65 1998.

Spicer, Jack/Duncan, Robert Edward/Blaser, Robin/Homosexuality and literature--California--Berkeley--History--20th century/American poetry--California--Berkeley--History and criticism/Poets, American--20th century--Biography/Gay men--United States--Biography/Berkeley (Calif.)--Intellectual life--20th century.

3444. Erkkila, Betsy. The wicked sisters : women poets, literary history, and discord. New York: Oxford University Press, 1992. xii, 279 p.

Includes Chapters 4. Differences That Kill: Elizabeth Bishop and Marianne Moore. Gender and Modernism. The Dynamics of Influence. "Can't They See How Different It Is?" Witchcraft. "Driving to the Interior" "You Are an Elizabeth" -- 5. Adrienne Rich, Emily Dickinson, and the Limits of Sisterhood. Breaking the Mold. Feminism and Poetry. Lesbian Feminist Politics and Poetics. Dickinson as Other. "What Chou Mean WE, White Girl?".

Gen PS310.F45E750 1992.

American poetry--Women authors--History and criticism--Theory, etc/English poetry--Women authors--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Feminism and literature/Women and literature.

3445. Faas, Ekbert. Young Robert Duncan : portrait of the poet as homosexual in society. Santa Barbara: Black Sparrow Press, 1983. 361 p., [36] p. of plates.

Gen PS3507.U5726Z8F12 1983.

Duncan, Robert Edward/Poets, American--20th century--Biography/Gay men--United States--Biography.

3446. Fries, Kenny. Body, remember : a memoir. New York: Dutton, 1997. 224 p.

MoPo PS3556.R568Z464 1997.

Fries, Kenny/Fries, Kenny/Authors, American--20th century--Biography/Physically handicapped--United States--Biography/Leg--Abnormalities--Patients--United States--Biography.

3447. Grahn, Judy. The highest apple : Sappho and the Lesbian poetic tradition . 1st ed. San Francisco: Spinsters, Ink, 1985. xxi, 159 p.

MoPo PS151.G74 1985.

Sappho/American poetry--Women authors--History and criticism/Lesbianism in literature/American poetry--20th century--History and criticism.

3448. Hogue, Cynthia. Scheming women : poetry, privilege, and the politics of subjectivity. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1995. xxiii, 262 p. (SUNY series in feminist criticism and theory).

Gen PS310.F45H640 1995.

American poetry--Women authors--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Lesbians' writings, American--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Feminism and literature--United States--History/Women and literature--United States--History/Subjectivity in literature/Authorship--Sex differences.

3449. Keller, Lynn. Forms of expansion : recent long poems by women. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1997. xi, 373 p.

[...] 2. "Helen, Your Strength / Is in Your Memory": Judy Grahn's Lesbian Warriors and Gynocentric Tales of the Tribe [...].

PS151 .K45 1997 Gen, Harp.

American poetry--Women authors--History and criticism/Women and literature--United States--History--20th century/American poetry--20th century--History and criticism/Epic poetry, American--History and criticism.

3450. Klein, Michael. Track conditions : a memoir. New York: Persea Books, 1997. vii, 178 p.

Gen PS3561.L349 Z47 1997.

Klein, Michael/Poets, American--20th century--Biography/Racetracks (Horse racing)--United States/Gay men--United States--Biography/Race horses--Grooming.

3451. Laity, Cassandra. H.D. and the Victorian fin de siècle : gender, modernism, decadence. Cambridge, New York: Cambridge University Press, 1996. xix, 215 p. (Cambridge studies in American literature and culture, 104).

Gen PS3501.L3Z8L19 1996.

H. D/Women and literature--United States--History--20th century/English literature--19th century--History and criticism/Decadence (Literary movement)--Great Britain/Modernism (Literature)--United States/American poetry--English influences/Sex (Psychology) in literature/Gender identity in literature/Aestheticism (Literature).

3452. Lombardi, Marilyn May. Elizabeth Bishop : the geography of gender. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1993. xi, 264 p.

Prologue: "Another Way of Seeing" / Marilyn May Lombardi -- Bishop's Sexual Poetics / Joanne Feit Diehl -- The Closet of Breath: Elizabeth Bishop, Her Body and Her Art / Marilyn May Lombardi -- The Body's Roses: Race, Sex, and Gender in Elizabeth Bishop's Representations of the Self / Lorrie Goldensohn -- The Geography of Gender: Elizabeth Bishop's "In the Waiting Room" / Lee Edelman -- "The Flicker of Impudence": Delicacy and Indelicacy in the Art of Elizabeth Bishop / Thomas Travisano -- Attractive Mortality / Bonnie Costello -- Elizabeth Bishop: Gaiety, Gayness, and Change / Jeredith Merrin -- Elizabeth Bishop: Perversity as Voice / Jacqueline Vaught Brogan -- Off-Beat Claves, Oblique Realities: The Key West Notebooks of Elizabeth Bishop / Barbara Page -- Recording a Life: Elizabeth Bishop's Letters to Ilse and Kit Barker / Victoria Harrison -- Elusive Mastery: The Drafts of Elizabeth Bishop's "One Art" / Brett Candlish Millier.

MoPo PS3503.I785Z8E42 1993.

Bishop, Elizabeth/Feminism and literature--United States--History--20th century/Women and literature--United States--History--20th century/Sex role in literature.

3453. Martin, Robert K. The homosexual tradition in American poetry. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1979. xx, 259 p.

MoPo PS310.H7M4.

American poetry--History and criticism/Homosexuality in literature.

3454. McCabe, Susan. Elizabeth Bishop : her poetics of loss. University Park, Pa: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1994.

1. Writing Loss -- 2. Artifices of Independence -- 3. A Conspiring Root of Desire: The Search for Love -- 4. Imagined Places and the Questions of History -- 5. Remembering the Homemade.

MoPo, Harp PS3503.I785Z8M16 1994.

Bishop, Elizabeth/Women and literature--United States--History--20th century/Loss (Psychology) in literature/Psychoanalysis and literature/Lesbians in literature/Poetics.

3455. Menides, Laura Jehn and Dorenkamp, Angela G. Elizabeth Bishop Conference In Worcester, Massachusetts : essays on Elizabeth Bishop, from the 1997 Elizabeth Bishop Conference at WPI. New York: Peter Lang, c1999. ix, 360 p. (WPI studies, vol. 18).

Contains among others: "That World Inverted": Encoded Lesbian Identity in Elizabeth Bishop's "Insomnia" and "Love Lies Sleeping" / Crystal Bacon.

Gen PS3503.I785 Z638 1999.

Bishop, Elizabeth/Women and literature--United States--History--20th century--Congresses.

3456. Parker, Alice C. The exploration of the secret smile : the language of art and of homosexuality in Frank O'Hara's poetry. New York: P. Lang, 1989. 156 p. (American university studies Series XXIV American literature, vol. 25).

MoPo PS3529.H193Z8P23 1989.

O'Hara, Frank/O'Hara, Frank/Homosexuality in literature/Gay men in literature/Art in literature.

3457. Peters, Margot. May Sarton : a biography. 1st ed. New York: Knopf Distributed by Random House, 1997. xi, 474 p.

MoPo PS3537.A832Z83 1997.

Sarton, May/Women authors, American--20th century--Biography/Feminists--United States--Biography/Lesbians--United States--Biography.

3458. Pratt, Minnie Bruce. S/HE. Ithaca, N.Y: Firebrand Books, 1995. 189 p.

Gen HQ75.4.P7A30 1995.

Pratt, Minnie Bruce/Lesbians--United States--Biography/Feminists--United States--Biography/Gender identity--United States/Feminism--United States.

3459. Smith, Hazel. Hyperscapes in the poetry of Frank O'Hara : difference, homosexuality, topography. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2000. ix, 230 p.

Gen PS3529.H28 Z86 2000.

O'Hara, Frank/O'Hara, Frank.

3460. Swartzlander, Susan and Mumford, Marilyn R. That great sanity : critical essays on May Sarton. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1992. x, 277 p.

Introduction: In Our Mothers' Gardens / Maureen Teresa McCarthy -- Predecessors and Contemporaries. Poets and Friends: The Correspondence of May Sarton and Louise Bogan / Elizabeth Evans. May Sarton's Lyric Strategy / William Drake. Rebirthing Genesis: May Sarton and Contemporary Feminist Fiction / Marilyn R. Mumford -- Art and Artist. The Artist and Her Domestic Muse: May Sarton, Miriam Schapiro, Audrey Flack / Janet Catherine Berlo. "The Subtle Exchange of a Life": May Sarton's Feminist Aesthetics / Susan Swartzlander. "Toward Durable Fire": The Solitary Muse of May Sarton / Mary K. DeShazer -- Self and Subtexts. "Seeing with Fresh Eyes": A Study of May Sarton's Journals / Jeanne Braham. "To Say Radical Things Gently": Art and Lesbianism in Mrs. Stevens Hears the Mermaids Singing / K. Graehme Hall. Double Discourse: Gilman, Sarton, and the Subversive Text / Barbara Bair -- Readers and Responses. Saving the Audience: Patterns of Reader Response to May Sarton's Work / Carol Virginia Pohli. A Decade of Creativity and Critical Reception: A May Sarton Bibliography / Nancy S. Weyant -- A Selected Bibliography of Works by May Sarton.

Gen PS3537.A75Z8T36 1992.

Sarton, May.

3461. Wagner-Martin, Linda. Favored strangers : Gertrude Stein and her family. New Brunswick, N.J: Rutgers University Press, 1995. xvii, 346 p., [16] p. of plates.

Gen PS3537.T24Z8W13 1995.

Stein, Gertrude/Stein, Gertrude/Stein family/Women authors, American--20th century--Family relationships/Women authors, American--20th century--Biography/Americans--France--Paris--History--20th century/Family--United States--History--20th century/Art--Collectors and collecting--Biography/Lesbians--France--Paris--Biography/Paris (France)--Intellectual life--20th century.

3462. Yingling, Thomas E. Hart Crane and the homosexual text : new thresholds, new anatomies. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1990. x, 271 p.

Originally presented as the author's thesis.

Gen, MoPo, Harp PS3506.R21Z8Y51 1990.

Crane, Hart/Homosexuality, Male, in literature/Gay men in literature.

3463. Yorke, Liz. Impertinent voices : subversive strategies in contemporary women's poetry. London New York: Routledge, 1991. xii, 238 p.

Includes: Pt. IV. Primary intensities: lesbian poetry and the reading of difference. 10. Validating the Lesbian Body. 11. 'Within the Fold of Purple': H.D.'s Argument with Freud. 12. 'God Claps and Claps/Her One Hand'.

MoPo PS310.F45Y670 1991.

American poetry--Women authors--History and criticism/Feminism and literature--United States--History--20th century/Women and literature--United States--History--20th century/American poetry--20th century--History and criticism/Sex role in literature.

3464. Young, Allen. Gay sunshine interview. Bolinas [Calif.]: Grey Fox Press, 1974. 42 p.

Gen PS3513.I55Z8Y68.

Ginsberg, Allen.

156. American Literature -- 20th Century Drama

3465. Case, Sue-Ellen. Split britches : lesbian practice/feminist performance. London New York: Routledge, 1996. viii, 276 p.

Gen PS627.L48S650 1996.

Lesbians--Drama/American drama--Women authors/Lesbians' writings, American/American drama--20th century/Feminism--Drama.

3466. Clum, John M. Acting gay Still acting gay : male homosexuality in modern drama. New York: St. Martin's Griffin, 2000. xvi, 364 p.

Originally published: Acting gay. Rev. ed. New York : Columbia University Press, c1994, in series: Between men--between women. Preface to Still Acting Gay -- Pt. 1. Bodies and Taboos. Ch. 1. Seeing Gay. Ch. 2. AIDS Drama: Displacing Camille -- Pt. 2. Codes and Closets. Ch. 3. Closet Pederasts. Ch. 4. American Dreams -- Pt. 3. Staging "A Culture that isn't Just Sexual" Ch. 5. Dramatizing Gay Male History. Ch. 6. Fashioning a Gay Self. Ch. 7. Celebrating Our Gaze -- Pt. 4. At the Millenium: From Insularity to Engagement. Ch. 8. Loving Communities? Ch. 9. Love and War: Gay Drama at the Turn of the Century.

Gen PS338.H66 C58 2000.

American drama--20th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--History--20th century/English drama--20th century--History and criticism/Gay men's writings, American--History and criticism/Gay men's writings, English--History and criticism/Gay men in literature.

3467. Clum, John M. Acting gay : male homosexuality in modern drama. New York: Columbia University Press, 1992. xviii, 317 p. (Between men--between women).

Gen PS338.H66C580 1992.

American drama--20th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--History--20th century/English drama--20th century--History and criticism/Gays' writings, American--History and criticism/Gays' writings, English--History and criticism/Gay men in literature.

3468. Hughes, Holly and Román, David. O solo homo : the new queer performance. 1st ed. New York: Grove Press, c1998. viii, 481 p.

O Solo Homo: An Introductory Conversation / Holly Hughes and David Roman -- Milk of Amnesia - Leche de Amnesia / Carmelita Tropicana -- Naked Breath / Tim Miller -- My Left Breast / Susan Miller -- skin & ornaments / Craig Hickman -- You're just Like My Father / Peggy Shaw -- I Remember Mapa / Alec Mapa -- Virtually Yours / Kate Bornstein -- Without Skin or Breathlessness / Tanya Barfield -- Downtown / Luis Alfaro -- Attachments / Michael Kearns -- Hello (Sex) Kitty: Mad Asian Bitch on Wheels / Denise Uyehara -- Clit Notes / Holly Hughes -- Roy Cohn/Jack Smith / Ron Vawter.

Gen PS627.H67 O2 1998.

Gays' writings, American/Lesbians--United States--Drama/Gay men--United States--Drama/Gays--United States--Drama/Monodramas/Monologues.

3469. King, Kimball. Hollywood on stage : playwrights evaluate the culture industry. New York: Garland Pub, 1997. xix, 233 p. (Studies in modern drama).

[...] Hollywood as Inspiration for the Stage: The Gay Playwrights' Perspective / Robert Gross and Kimball King [...].

Gen PS338.M67 H65 1997.

Leslie Frost.American drama--20th century--History and criticism/Motion pictures and literature--United States--History--20th century/Motion picture industry in literature/Popular culture in literature/Hollywood (Los Angeles, Calif.)--In literature.

3470. Konas, Gary. Neil Simon : a casebook. New York: Garland Pub, 1997. 242 p.

[...] "The Fruit Brigade": Neil Simon's Gay Characters / Richard Grayson [...].

Gen PS3537.I663Z79 1997.

Simon, Neil.

3471. McDonald, Robert L. and Paige, Linda Rohrer. Southern women playwrights : new essays in literary history and criticism. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, c2002. xvi, 257 p.

The current state of scholarship on southern women playwrights / Robert L. Mcdonald -- "Let the people sing!" : Zora Neale Hurston and the dream of a Negro theater / John Lowe -- These four : Hellman's roots are showing / Theresa R. Mooney -- Carson McCullers, Lillian Smith, and the politics of Broadway / Judith Giblin James -- The delayed entrance of Lily Mae Jenkins : queer identity, gender ambiguity, and southern ambivalence in Carson McCullers's The member of the wedding / Betty E. Mckinnie and Carlos L. Dews -- "Controversy only means disagreement" : Alice Childress' Activist drama / Donna Lisker -- Role-ing on the river : Actors Theatre of Louisville and the southern woman playwright / Elizabeth S. Bell -- Precursor and protg : Lillian Hellman and Marsha Norman / Sally Burke -- "Unruling" the woman : comedy and the plays of Beth Henley and Rebecca Gilman / Janet L. Gupton -- Pseudonymy and identity politics : exploring "Jane Martin" / J. Ellen Gainor -- Dialectic and the drama of Naomi Wallace / Claudia Barnett -- Amparo Garcia and the eyes of Tejas : Texas community through Mexicana eyes / Carolyn Roark -- Reconfiguring history : migration, memory, and (re)membering in Suzan-Lori Parks' plays / Elizabeth Brown-Guillory -- The memory palace in Paula Vogel's plays / Alan Shepard and Mary Lamb -- Postmodern monologues in Regina Porter's tripping through the Car house / Mary Resing -- Southern women playwrights and the Atlanta hub : home is the place where you go / Linda Rohrer Paige.

Gen PS261 .S57 2002.

American drama--Southern States--History and criticism/Women and literature--Southern States--History--20th century/American drama--Women authors--History and criticism/American drama--20th century--History and criticism.

3472. Peterson, Jane T. and Bennett, Suzanne. Women playwrights of diversity : a bio-bibliographical sourcebook. Westport, Conn: Greenwood Press, 1997. xiv, 399 p.

[...] Lesbian Playwrights: Diverse Interests, Identities, and Styles / Jill Dolan -- [...] Five Lesbian Brothers. [...].

Gen PS338.W6 P48 1997.

American drama--Women authors--Bio-bibliography--Dictionaries/Women dramatists, American--20th century--Biography--Dictionaries/American drama--Minority authors--Bio-bibliography--Dictionaries/Lesbians' writings, American--Bio-bibliography--Dictionaries/American drama--20th century--Bio-bibliography--Dictionaries/Minority women in literature--Dictionaries/Ethnic groups in literature--Dictionaries/Minorities in literature--Dictionaries/Lesbians in literature--Dictionaries.

3473. Svich, Caridad and Marrero, Maria Teresa. Out of the fringe : contemporary Latina/Latino theatre and performance. 1st ed. New York St. Paul, MN: Theatre Communications Group Distributed to the book trade by Consortium Book Sales and Distribution, 2000. xxx, 461 p.

Out of the Fringe: In Defense of Beauty: An Introduction / Caridad Svich -- Manifestation of Desires: A Critical Introduction / Maria Teresa Marrero -- Straight as a Line / Luis Alfaro -- Stuff / Coco Fusco and Nao Bustamante -- Fur: A Play in Nineteen Scenes / Migdalia Cruz -- Night Train to Bolina / ilo Cruz -- Skin: An Adaptation of Buchner's Woyzeck / Naomi Iizuka -- Ragged Time / Oliver Mayer -- Trash: A Monologue / Pedro R. Monge-Rafuls -- The Hungry Woman: A Mexican Medea / Cherrie Moraga -- Greetings from a Queer Senorita / Monica Palacios -- Alchemy of Desire/Dead-Man's Blues: A Play with Songs / Caridad Svich -- From the U.K.: A European Perspective on Latino Theatre: (An Afterword) / Maria M. Delgado.

Gen PS628.H57 O78 2000.

American drama--Hispanic American authors/Hispanic American gays/American drama--20th century/Hispanic Americans.

157. English Literature -- General

3474. Bristow, Joseph. Sexual sameness : textual differences in lesbian and gay writing. London New York: Routledge, 1992. x, 262 p.

1. Introduction / Joseph Bristow -- 2. The cultural politics of perversion: Augustine, Shakespeare, Freud, Foucault / Jonathan Dollimore -- 3. 'Poets and lovers evermore': the poetry and journals of Michael Field / Chris White -- 4. Wilde, Dorian Gray, and gross indecency / Joseph Bristow -- 5. Forster's self-erasure: Maurice and the scene of masculine love / John Fletcher -- 6. What is not said: a study in textual inversion / Diana Collecott -- 7. 'If I saw you would you kiss me?': sapphism and the subversiveness of Virginia Woolf's Orlando / Sherron E. Knopp -- 8. Sylvia Townsend Warner and the counterplot of lesbian fiction / Terry Castle -- 9. The African and the pagan in gay Black literature / David Bergman -- 10. Who was afraid of Joe Orton? / Alan Sinfield -- 11. Constructing a lesbian poetic for survival: Broumas, Rukeyser, H.D., Rich, Lorde / Liz Yorke -- 12. Reading awry: Joan Nestle and the recontextualization of heterosexuality / Clare Whatling.

Gen PR120.G39S490 1992.

Gays' writings, English--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Lesbians' writings, English--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Lesbians' writings, American--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Gays' writings, American--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Homosexuality and literature/Authorship--Sex differences/Lesbians in literature/Gay men in literature.

3475. Dellamora, Richard. Apocalyptic overtures : sexual politics and the sense of an ending. New Brunswick, N.J: Rutgers University Press, 1994. xii, 242 p.

1. Looking Back Toward the Future: Neil Bartlett's Gift for Oscar Wilde -- 2. Dorianism -- 3. Apocalypse and Anti-Apocalypse in J. Hillis Miller and alter Pater -- 4. E. M. Forster at the End -- 5. Framing William Burroughs: From Frank Kermode to David Cronenberg -- 6. Absent Bodies/Absent Subjects: The Political Unconscious of Postmodernism -- 7. Apocalyptic Utterance in Edmund White's "An Oracle" -- 8. Tradition and Apocalypse in Alan Hollinghurst's The Swimming-Pool Library.

Gen PR120.G39D450 1994.

Gays' writings, English--History and criticism/English literature--Men authors--History and criticism/American literature--Men authors--History and criticism/Gays' writings, American--History and criticism/Apocalyptic literature--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature/AIDS (Disease) in literature/Sex role in literature/Gay men in literature/Closure (Rhetoric).

3476. Donnell, Alison and Polkey, Pauline. Representing lives : women and auto/biography. New York: St. Martin's Press, 2000. xxxiv, 300 p.

Papers presented at the conference Representing lives: women and auto/biography on July 23-25 1997 at Nottingham Trent University. [...] Revising History. 'My Mind on Paper': Anne Lister and the Construction of Lesbian Identity / Anira Rowanchild [...].

Gen PR756.W65 R46 2000.

English prose literature--Women authors--History and criticism/Autobiography--Women authors/American literature--Women authors--History and criticism/Women--Biography--History and criticism/Women and literature/Self in literature.

3477. Franceschina, John Charles. Homosexualities in the English theatre : from Lyly to Wilde. Westport, Conn: Greenwood Press, 1997. xiv, 340 p. (Contributions in drama and theatre studies, no. 79).

1. Classical Vices -- 2. "Ganymede Is Up and Hebe Down" -- 3. Roaring Girls and Silent Women -- 4. Platonic Lovers -- 5. Witty Extravagance -- 6. Beaux and Buggers -- 7. The Augustan Beau -- 8. Love in the Suds -- 9. Poetic License -- 10. Melodramas and Marjories -- 11. Decadence.

Gen PR635.H65 F73 1997.

English drama--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain--History/Gays' writings, English--History and criticism/Theater and society--Great Britain--History/Bisexuality in literature/Lesbians in literature/Gay men in literature/Sex in literature.

3478. Grice, Helena and Woods, Tim. 'I'm telling you stories' : Jeanette Winterson and the politics of reading . Amsterdam Atlanta, GA: Rodopi, 1998. 136 p. (Postmodern studies, 25).

Pt. 1. The politics of reading and writing: Intertextuality in Oranges are not the only fruit : the Bible, Mallory and Jane Eyre / Tess Cosslett. The emotional politics of reading Winterson / Lynne Pearce. Narration and gender : the role of the first-person narrator in Written on the body / Ute Kauer. A new way with words? : Jeanette Winterson's post-modernism / Lyn Pykett. Passion at the end of history / Scott Wilson -- Pt. 2. Sexing the text: Jeanette Winterson and the lesbian body / Patricia Duncker. The erupting lesbian body : reading Written on the body as a lesbian text / Cath Stowers. The Passion : storytelling, fantasy, desire / Paulina Palmer. Grand (dis)unified theories? : Dislocated discourses in Gut symmetries / Helena Grice and Tim Woods.

Gen PR6073.I558 Z75 1998.

Winterson, Jeanette/Postmodernism (Literature)/Lesbian's writings, English--History and criticism/Lesbianism in literature.

3479. Hammond, Paul. Love between men in English literature. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1996. xv, 255 p., [4] p. of plates.

Gen PR120.G39H350 1996.

Gays' writings, English--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain/English literature--History and criticism/Homosexuality, Male, in literature/Gay men in literature/Love in literature.

3480. Jagose, Annamarie. Inconsequence : lesbian representation and the logic of sexual sequence. Ithaca, N.Y: Cornell University Press, 2002. xviii, 208 p.

Gen PR830.L46 J34 2002.

English fiction--History and criticism/Lesbians in literature/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain--History.

3481. Kimmel, Michael S. Love letters between a certain late nobleman and the famous Mr. Wilson. New York: Haworth Press, 1990. xii, 124 p. (Journal of Homosexuality, v. 19, no. 2, 1990).

"Greedy kisses" and "melting extasy" / Michael S. Kimmel --Love letters between a certain late nobleman and the famous Mr. Wilson -- An introduction to the Love-letters / G.S. Rousseau -- The socio-sexual milieu of the Love-letters / David F. Greenberg -- Sodomy transformed / Randolph Trumbach.

HQ75.J86 v.19 no.2 RR2.

Epistolary fiction, English/Homosexuality--Fiction/Imaginary letters/Gay men--Fiction/United States/Male homosexuality/United States/Male homosexuality.

3482. Koestenbaum, Wayne. Double talk : the erotics of male literary collaboration. New York: Routledge, 1989. x, 214 p.

Gen PR120.M45K640 1989.

English literature--Men authors--History and criticism--Theory, etc/English literature--Men authors--History and criticism/Authorship--Collaboration--Psychological aspects/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain/Men authors, English--Sexual behavior/Men authors, English--Psychology/Psychoanalysis and literature.

3483. Lilly, Mark. Lesbian and gay writing : an anthology of critical essays. London: Macmillan, 1990. 218 p.

Gen PR1111.H57L37 1990.

Homosexuality in literature/Lesbians' writings, English/Gays' writings, English.

3484. O'Connor, Sean. Straight acting : popular gay drama from Wilde to Rattigan. Washington: Cassell, 1998. ix, 245 p.

Foreword / Simon Watney -- 1. Oscar and After -- 2. Somerset Maugham, Warts and All -- 3. Public Lives, Private Faces -- 4. Sentimental Education -- 5. Brief Encounters -- 6. Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea.

Gen PR635.H65 O28 1998.

Maugham, W. Somerset/Coward, Noel/Rattigan, Terence/Wilde, Oscar/English drama--Male authors--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain--History/Popular literature--Great Britain--History and criticism/Gay men's writings, English--History and criticism/Gay men in literature.

3485. Schoene-Harwood, Berthold. Writing men : literary masculinities from Frankenstein to the new man. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, c2000. xiv, 201 p.

[...] Pt. IV. Coming Out of Bildung: A Case of Gay Subversion[...].

Gen, Harp PR830.M45 S36 2000.

Men in literature.

3485.2 Sedgwick, Eve Kosofsky. Between Men: English Literature and Male Homosocial Desire. New York: Columbia University Press, 1985.

Gen, Harp PR409.M38S44.

Men in literature/Sex in literature/Sex role in literature/Masculinity in literature.

3486. Sinfield, Alan. Cultural politics-- queer reading. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1994. xi, 104 p.

1. Shakespeare and Dissident Reading -- 2. Art as Cultural Production -- 3. Un-American Activities -- 4. Beyond Englit.

Gen PR120.G39S550 1994.

Gays' writings, English--History and criticism--Theory, etc/English literature--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain/Culture--Political aspects--Great Britain/Sex role in literature/Gays in literature/Canon (Literature).

3487. Vanita, Ruth. Sappho and the Virgin Mary : same-sex love and the English literary imagination. New York: Columbia University Press, 1996. 289 p. (Between men--between women).

Gen, Harp PR408.H65V36 1996.

Mary/Sappho/English literature--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain--History/Lesbians' writings, English--History and criticism/Lesbians in literature/Women in literature/Love in literature.

158. English Literature -- Old & Middle English

3488. Frantzen, Allen J. Before the closet : same-sex love from Beowulf to Angels in America. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, c1998. x, 369 p.

Introduction: Straightforward -- Pt. 1. Trouser Roles and Transvestites. 1. What's Love Got to Do with It? 2. Kiss and Tell: Anglo-Saxon Tales of Manly Men and Women -- Pt. 2. The Anglo-Saxons. 3. Surveying Same-Sex Relations in the Early Middle Ages. 4. The Sociology of Sex in Anglo-Saxon Laws and Penitentials. 5. The Shadow of Sodom: Same-Sex Relations in Pastoral Prose and Poetry -- Pt. 3. From Angles to Angels. 6. Sex and the Anglo-Saxons from the Norman Conquest to the Renaissance. 7. Alla, Angli, and Angels in America. Afterword: Me and My Shadows.

Gen, Harp PR179.H66 F73 1998 .

Kushner, Tony/Beowulf/English literature--Old English, ca. 450-1100--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--England--History/Anglo-Saxons in literature/Lesbians in literature/Gay men in literature/Love in literature.

3489. Keiser, Elizabeth B. Courtly desire and medieval homophobia : the legitimation of sexual pleasure in Cleanness and its contexts. New Haven: Yale University Press, c1997. x, 299 p.

1. The Narrative Theology of Cleanness and the Aesthetic Ethics of Thomas Aquinas -- 2. Homophobic Wrath and Paradisal Pleasure -- 3. Educating Love: Nature as Sexual Norm in Cleanness and Alain's Complaint -- 4. The Sexual Ethics of Cleanness and Thomas Aquinas on Temperance -- 5. Revising the Complaint: Desire in the Roman as Context for Cleanness -- 6. Privileging the Feminine: Courtly Revisions of Masculinity -- 7. Homosocial Bondings with God and Christ -- 8. Theopoetic Coherence: Cleanness among Its Manuscript Companions.

Gen PR1964 .K45 1997 .

Purity (Middle English poem)/Homosexuality--Religious aspects--Christianity--History--Middle Ages, 600-1500/Pleasure--Religious aspects--Christianity--History of doctrines--Middle Ages, 600-1500/Sex--Religious aspects--Christianity--History of doctrines--Middle Ages, 600-1500/Christian poetry, English (Middle)--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--England--History/Civilization, Medieval, in literature/Courtly love in literature/Homophobia in literature/Gay men in literature/Desire in literature/Sodom (Extinct city)--In literature.

3490. Stillinger, Thomas C. Critical essays on Geoffrey Chaucer. New York London: G.K. Hall Prentice Hall International, c1998. ix, 272 p. (Critical essays on British literature).

[...] Claiming the Pardoner: Toward a Gay Reading of Chaucer's Pardoner's Tale / Steven F. Kruger -- [...] Chaucer's Criseyde: Woman in Society, Woman in Love / David Aers [...].

Gen PR1924 .C77 1998.

Chaucer, Geoffrey/Chaucer, Geoffrey/Chaucer, Geoffrey/Christian pilgrims and pilgrimages in literature/Troilus (Legendary character) in literature/Tales, Medieval--History and criticism/Civilization, Medieval, in literature/Trojan war--Literature and the war/Storytelling in literature.

3491. Sturges, Robert Stuart. Chaucer's Pardoner and gender theory : bodies of discourse. 1st ed. New York: St. Martin's Press, 2000. xxiii, 232 p. (New Middle Ages).

Preface: The Pardoner in Discourse: Theories, Histories, Methods -- Introduction: The Pardoner, the Preacher, and (Gender) Politics -- I. Contexts: The Pardoner's Genders, Sexes, Erotic Practices. 1. The Pardoner's Genders: Linguistic and Other. 2. The Pardoner's (Over-)Sexed Body. 3. The Pardoner's Different Erotic Practices -- II. Readings: Bodies, Voices, Texts. 4. The Pardoner Unveiled. 5. A Speaking and Singing Subject. 6. The Dismemberment of the Pardoner. Conclusions: The Pardoner In and Out of The Canterbury Tales.

Gen, Harp PR1868.P3 S78 2000 .

Chaucer, Geoffrey/Chaucer, Geoffrey/Homosexuality and literature--England--History--To 1500/Christian pilgrims and pilgrimages in literature/Gender identity in literature/Storytelling in literature/Body, Human, in literature/Clergy in literature/Sex in literature.

3492. Words and works : studies in Medieval English language and literature in Honour of Fred C. Robinson . Toronto Buffalo: University of Toronto Press, c1998. viii, 310 p.

Who Read the Gospels in Old English? / Roy Michael Liuzza -- Byrhtferth at Work / Michael Lapidge -- An Anser for Exeter Book Riddle 74 / Daniel Donoghue -- An Ogre's Arm: Japanese Analogues of Beowulf / Michiko Ogura -- Courtliness and Courtesy in Beowulf and Elsewhere in English Medieval Literature / Eric Gerald Stanley -- Aeoelflaed of Mercia: Mise en page / Paul E. Szarmach -- Old English Texts and Modern Readers: Notes on Editing and Textual Criticism / Helmut Gneuss -- The Dream of the Rood Repunctuated / Bruce Mitchell -- Mapelian in Old English Poetry / Matti Rissanen -- Apposition and the Subjects of Verb-Initial Clauses / Mary E. Blockley -- The Inflection of Latin Nouns in Old English Texts / Peter S. Baker -- When Lexicography Met the Exeter Book / Roberta Frank -- Chaucer's English Rhymes: The Roman, the Romaunt, and The Book of the Duchess / Marie Borroff -- Seeking 'Goddes Pryvetee': Sodomy, Quitting, and Desire in The Miller's Tale / David Lorenzo Boyd -- Why the Monk? / Siegfried Wenzel -- The Real Fulk Fitzwarine's Mythical Monster Fights / Marijane Osborn -- Praise and Lament: The Afterlife of Old English Poetry in Auden, Hill, and Gunn / Nicholas Howe.

Gen PE26.R62 W67 1998.

English Philology--Old English, ca. 450-1100--History and criticism.

159. English Literature -- Early Modern

3493. Andreadis, Harriette. Sappho in early modern England : female same-sex literary erotics, 1550-1714. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2001. xiii, 254 p. (Chicago series on sexuality, history, and society).

An erotics of unnaming -- On naming female same-sex behaviors -- Physical intimacy and the erotics of unnaming -- Reading the past : a language of erotic ellipsis -- Representing Sappho : early modern public discourse -- Suppressing Sappho's tribadism : the myth of Sappho and Phaon -- Sappho as originary icon of female poetic excellence -- Sappho as exemplar of female same-sex desire -- Other transgressing classical women -- An emerging Sapphic discourse : the legacy of Katherine Philips -- A confluence of traditions: ideologies of friendship, Sappho, and Orinda's reputation -- Writers transgressing : Margaret Cavendish and Aphra Behn -- Writers transgressing : Delarivier Manley -- Erotic discourse(s), libidinous energies -- Doubling discourses in an erotics of female friendship -- "Respectable" intimacies and erotic ellipsis -- Women writers and female community at court -- Women writers at the Court of Mary of Modena : Anne Killigrew -- Women writers at the court of Mary of Modena : Anne Kingsmill Finch, Countess of Winchelsea -- Women writers at the court of Mary of Modena : Jane Barker -- Toward Sapphic intimacies in the eighteenth century [...].

Gen PR428.H66 A54 2001.

Sappho/English literature--Early modern, 1500-1700--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--England--History/English literature--Women authors--History and criticism/English literature--18th century--History and criticism/Lesbians' writings, English--History and criticicm/Erotic literature, English--History and criticism/Women and literature--England--History/English literature--Greek influences/Lesbians in literature/Sex in literature.

3494. Bachinger, Katrina. Male pretense : a gender study of Sir Philip Sidney's life and texts. Lewiston, N.Y: E. Mellen Press, 1994. 156 p. (Salzburg studies in English literature Elizabethan & Renaissance studies).

Gen PR2343.B12 1994.

Sidney, Philip/Homosexuality and literature--England--History--16th century/Poets, English--Early modern, 1500-1700--Biography/Masculinity (Psychology) in literature/Gender identity in literature/Sex role in literature.

3495. Bly, Mary. Queer virgins and virgin queans on the early modern stage. Oxford New York: Oxford University Press, 2000. viii, 213 p.

1. Bawdy Virgins and Queer Puns -- 2. Licence Taken: Borrowed Prurience and the First Whitefriars Company -- 3. Punning Eroticisms -- 4. Sodomy in the Literary Terrain: Readers and Reading Pleasures -- 5. Homoerotic Puns and Queer Collaborations.

Gen PR678.H58 B58 2000.

Shakespeare, William/English drama--17th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--England--London--History--17th century/Child actors--England--London--History--17th century/Theater--England--London--History--17th century/Homosexuality, Male, in literature/Puns and punning in literature/Gay men in literature/Sex in literature.

3496. Bredbeck, Gregory W. Sodomy and interpretation : Marlowe to Milton. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1991. xv, 261 p.

Gen PR428.H66B70 1991.

English literature--Early modern, 1500-1700--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--England--History--16th century/Homosexuality and literature--England--History--17th century/English literature--Men authors--History and criticism/Erotic literature, English--History and criticism/Sodomy in literature/Sex in literature.

3497. Brown, Cedric C. and Marotti, Arthur F. Texts and cultural change in early modern England. Basingstoke, Hampshire New York: Macmillan St. Martin's Press, 1997. x, 254 p. (Early modern literature in history).

[...] 10. Friends or Lovers? Sensitivity to Homosexual Implications in Adaptations of Shakespeare, 1640-1701 / Paul Hammond.

Gen PR428.S64 T48 1997.

English literature--Early modern, 1500-1700--History and criticism/Social change in literature/Literature and society--England--History--16th century/Literature and society--England--History--17th century/Literature and history--England--History/Books and reading--England--History/Social change--England--History/Transmission of texts/Canon (Literature)/Literary form.

3498. Burt, Richard. Unspeakable ShaXXXspeares : queer theory and American kiddie culture. 1st ed. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1998. xvii, 318 p.

Preface: My Own Private ShaXXXspeares -- Introduction: Dumb and Dumber Shakespeares: Academic Fantasy, the Electronic Archive, Loser Criticism, and Other Diminished Critical Capacities -- Ch. 1. The Love That Dare Not Speak Shakespeare's Name: New Shakesqueer Cinema -- Ch. 2. Deep Inside William Shakespeare: Pornographic Film and Video "Classics" and the Castrated Gaze -- Ch. 3. Terminating Shakespeare with Extreme Prejudice: Postcolonial Cultural Cannibalism, Serial Quotation, and the Cinematic Spectacle of 1990s American Cultural Imperialism -- Ch. 4. When Our Lips Synch Together: The Transvestite Voice, the Virtuoso, Speed, and Pumped-Up Volume in Some Over-heard Shakespeares -- Ch. 5. My So-Called Shakespeare: Mourning the Canon in the Age of Postpatriarchal Multiculturalism, or the Shakespeare Pedagogue as Loser -- Conclusion: Spectres of ShaXXXspeare: Loser Criticism, Part Duh.

Gen PR2971.U6 B87 1998 .

Shakespeare, William/Shakespeare, William/Homosexuality and literature--United States--History--20th century/Popular culture--United States--History--20th century/Youth--United States--Attitudes/United States--Civilization--English influences.

3499. Callaghan, Dympna. A feminist companion to Shakespeare. Malden, Mass: Blackwell Publishers, 2000. xxiv, 384 p. (Blackwell companions to literature and culture).

[...] 16. ... in the Lesbian Void: Woman - Woman Eroticism in Shakespeare's Plays / Theodora A. Jankowski [...].

Gen, Harp PR2991 .F45 2000 .

Shakespeare, William/Shakespeare, William/Feminism and literature--England--History--16th century/Feminism and literature--England--History--17th century/Women and literature--England--History--16th century/Women and literature--England--History--17th century/Sex role in literature/Women in literature.

3500. Chedgzoy, Kate. Shakespeare's queer children : sexual politics and contemporary culture. Manchester, New York: Manchester University Press Distributed exclusively in the USA and Canada by St. Martin's Press, 1995. vii, 229 p.

Gen PR3024.C48 1995.

Shakespeare, William/Homosexuality and literature--England--History--16th century/Homosexuality and literature--England--History--17th century/Domestic drama, English--History and criticism/Psychoanalysis and literature--England--History/Literature and society--England--History/Social isolation in literature/Parent and child in literature/Children in literature/Family in literature/Gays in literature.

3501. Goldberg, Jonathan. Sodometries : Renaissance texts, modern sexualities. Stanford, Calif: Stanford University Press, 1992. xvi, 295 p.

1. Introduction: "That Utterly Confused Category" -- Pt. 1. "Wee/Men": Gender and Sexuality in the Formations of Elizabethan High Literariness. 2. The Making of Courtly Makers. 3. Spensers' Familiar Letters -- Pt. 2. "Play the Sodomits, Or Worse"; The Elizabethan Theater. 4. The Transvestite Stage: More on the Case of Christopher Marlowe. 5. Desiring Hal -- Pt. 3. "They Are All Sodomites": The New World. 6. Discovering America. 7. Bradford's "Ancient members" and "A Case of Buggery... Amongst Them. 8. Tailpiece: From William Bradford to William Buckley.

Gen PR428.H66G60 1992.

English literature--Early modern, 1500-1700--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--England--History--16th century/American literature--Men authors--History and criticism/English literature--Men authors--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--United States/Sodomy in literature/Sex in literature.

3502. Harvey, Elizabeth D. Ventriloquized voices : feminist theory and English Renaissance texts. London New York: Routledge, 1992. x, 173 p.

Introduction: The Voice of Gender -- 1. Travesties of Voice: Cross-Dressing the Tongue -- 2. Folly and Hysteria: Duplicities of Speech -- 3. Matrix as Metaphor: Midwifery and Conception of Voice -- 4. Ventriloquizing Sappho, Or the Lesbian Muse.

Gen PR418.W65H370 1992.

English literature--Early modern, 1500-1700--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Women--England--History--Renaissance, 1450-1600--Historiography/English literature--Men authors--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Feminism and literature--England--History--16th century/Feminism and literature--England--History--17th century/Women and literature--England--History--16th century/Women and literature--England--History--17th century/Authorship--Sex differences/Point of view (Literature)/Sex role in literature.

3503. Hedrick, Donald and Reynolds, Bryan. Shakespeare without class : misappropriations of cultural capital. 1st ed. New York: Palgrave, 2000. vi, 297 p.

[...] Ch. 7. No Holes Bard: Homonormativity and the Gay and Lesbian Romance with Romeo and Juliet / Richard Burt -- [...] Ch. 9. Additional Dialogue: William Shakespeare, Queer Allegory, and My Own Private Idaho / Matt Bergbusch [...].

Gen PR2880.A1 S43 2000.

Shakespeare, William.

3504. Heller, Herbert Jack. Penitent brothellers : grace, sexuality, and genre in Thomas Middleton's City comedies. Newark London: University of Delaware Press Associated University Presses, c2000. 223 p.

[...] 4. Sodomy, Salvation, and the Stage: Satires, Michaelmas Term, and The Roaring Girl. Unspoken Things in the Historical, Literary, and Critical Contexts. "Time was I loved Pyander well": The Wide Indication of Sodomy in Middleton's Satires. Undoing Sodomy: Richard Easy's Redemption in Michaelmas Term. Redeeming the Sodomite Stage in The Roaring Girl.

Gen PR2718.C52 H45 2000.

Middleton, Thomas/Middleton, Thomas/City and town life in literature/Christianity and literature--England--History--17th century/Christian drama, English--History and criticism/Grace (Theology) in literature/Repentance in literature/Calvinism in literature/Sex in literature/Literary form/Comedy/London (England)--In literature.

3505. Jankowski, Theodora A. Pure resistance : queer virginity in early modern English drama. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, c2000. 283 p. (New cultural studies).

1. Queer(y)ing Virginity: Virgins, Lesbians, and Queers of All Types -- Pt. I. Virginity in Christian Doctrine. 2. The Roman Catholic Discourse. 3. The Protestant Discourse -- Pt. II. Virgins in Early Modern Drama. 4. Queer: The Desired Trajectory from Virgin to Wife. 5. Queerer: Questioning the Necessity of Patriarchally Mandated Marriage. 6. Queerest: Repudiating Marriage and the Patriarchal Sexual Economy. Coda: Elizabeth.

Gen PR658.V52 J36 .

Elizabeth--I/English drama--Early modern and Elizabethan, 1500-1600/Virginity in literature/Lesbianism in literature/Women in literature/Marriage customs and rites in literature/Virginity--Religious aspects--Christianity--History of doctrines--16th century/Marriage customs and rites--England--History--16th century/Homosexuality and literature--England--History--16th century/Women and literature--England--History--16th century.

3506. Kehler, Dorothea. A midsummer night's dream : critical essays. New York: Garland Pub, 1998. xiv, 490 p.

I. A Midsummer Night's Dream and the Critics. A Midsummer Night's Dream: A Bibliographic Survey of the Criticism / Dorothea Kehler. A Midsummer Night's Dream / Mark Van Doren. Imagination in A Midsummer Night's Dream / R. W. Dent. Titania and the Ass's Head / Jan Kott. A Midsummer Night's Dream: "Jack Shall Have Jill; / Nought Shall Go Ill" / Shirley Nelson Garner. "I Believe We Must Leave the Killing Out": Deference and Accommodation in A Midsummer Night's Dream / Theodore B. Leinwand. Bottom's Up: Festive Theory in A Midsummer Night's Dream / Annabel Patterson. Dis/Figuring Power: Censorship and Representation in A Midsummer Night's Dream / Barbara Freedman. A Kingdom of Shadows / Louis A. Montrose. Textual Theory, Literary Interpretation, and the Last Act of A Midsummer Night's Dream / Janis Lull. A Midsummer Night's Dream as a Comic Version of the Theseus Myth / Douglas Freake. Antique Fables, Fairy Toys: Elisions, Allusion, and Translation in A Midsummer Night's Dream / Thomas Moisan. Disfiguring Women with Masculine Tropes: A Rhetorical Reading of A Midsummer Night's Dream / Christy Desmet. Our Nightly Madness: Shakespeare's Dream Without The Interpretation of Dreams / Thelma N. Greenfield. Chronotope and Repression in A Midsummer Night's Dream / Susan Baker. Preposterous Pleasures: Queer Theories and A Midsummer Night's Dream / Douglas E. Green -- II. A Midsummer Night's Dream on Stage. A Review of Ariane Mnouchkine's Le Songe d'une nuit d' ete [1968] / Ann Friden. Shakespeare at the Guthrie: A Midsummer Night's Dream [1985] / Thomas Clayton. [Kenneth Branagh's] A Midsummer Night's Dream [1990] / Robert A. Logan. Brecht and Beyond: Shakespeare on the East German Stage [1971-1980] / Lawrence Guntner. A Midsummer Night's Dream: Nightmare or Gentle Snooze? [1970-1994] / Mary Z. Maher. Transposing Helena to Form and Dignity [1994] / Lisa J. Moore. Marion McClinton's A Midsummer Night's Dream at the La Jolla Playhouse, 1995: Appropriation Through Performance / Dorothea Kehler.

Gen, Harp PR2827 .M544 1998 .

Shakespeare, William/Comedy.

3507. Klawitter, George. The enigmatic narrator : the voicing of same-sex love in the poetry of John Donne. New York: P. Lang, 1994.(Renaissance and Baroque studies and texts, vol. 14).

Ch. 1. Early Verse Letters to Young Men: By you my love is sent -- Ch. 2. Donne's Verse Epistles to Women: Rais'd by love but not throwne down -- Ch. 3. Sappho's Narrator: My selfe I'embrace -- Ch. 4. The Barnfield Connection: Come live with mee, and bee my love -- Ch. 5. What the Times Tell Us: Suck'd [we] on countrey pleasures -- Ch. 6. What the Manuscripts Tell Us: That I might play on the[e] -- Ch. 7. The Streetwise Fop: A thing more strange -- Ch. 8. Love, Language, and the Narrator: More fat, by being with men -- Ch. 9. Tone and the Audience of One: Kill mee as Woman -- Ch. 10. Tone and the Audience of Many: Forget the Hee and Shee.

Gen PR2248.K63 1994.

Donne, John/Homosexuality and literature--England--History--17th century/Epistolary poetry, English--History and criticism/Erotic poetry, English--History and criticism/Renaissance--England/Narration (Rhetoric)/Persona (Literature)/Sex in literature.

3508. Masten, Jeffrey. Textual intercourse : collaboration, authorship, and sexualities in Renaissance drama. Cambridge, New York: Cambridge University Press, 1997. xiii, 223 p. (Cambridge studies in Renaissance literature and culture, 14).

Gen PR658.T4 M37 1997.

Newcastle, Margaret Cavendish/English drama--Early modern and Elizabethan, 1500-1600--Criticism, Textual/Homosexuality and literature--England--History--16th century/Homosexuality and literature--England--History--17th century/English drama--17th century--Criticism, Textual/Drama--Authorship--Collaboration--History/Authorship--Sex differences/Renaissance--England/Sex in literature/Intertextuality.

3509. McFarlane, Cameron. The sodomite in fiction and satire, 1660-1750. New York: Columbia University Press, c1997. 216 p. (Between men--between women).

Ch. 1. Sodomitical Practices -- Ch. 2. The Sodomitical State -- Ch. 3. Sodomitical Smollet -- Ch. 4. The Sodomitical Spectacle.

Gen PR844.G34 M38 1997 .

English fiction--Early modern, 1500-1700--History and criticism/Gay men in literature/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain--History--17th century/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain--History--18th century/English fiction--18th century--History and criticism/Satire, English--History and criticism/Homosexuality, Male, in literature/Sodomy in literature/Sex in literature.

3510. McMullan, Gordon. Renaissance configurations : voices/bodies/spaces, 1580-1690. Houndmills New York: Macmillan St. Martin's Press, 1998. xxiii, 263 p.

[...] 4. Lyly and Lesbianism: Mysteries of the Closet in Sappho and Phao / Michael Pincombe [...].

Gen PR423 .R44 1998.

English literature--Early modern, 1500-1700--History and criticism/Literature and society--England--History--17th century/Literature and society--England--History--16th century/Gender identity in literature/Space and time in literature/Body, Human, in literature/Sex role in literature/Renaissance--England/Voice in literature.

3511. Meakin, H. L. John Donne's articulations of the feminine. Oxford New York: Clarendon Press Oxford University Press, 1998. xii, 273 p. (Oxford English monographs).

[...] 2. 'The Desire for the Proximate': Lesbian 'Likenesse' in 'Sapho to Philaeni' [...].

Gen PR2248 .M34 1998.

Donne, John/Donne, John/Feminism and literature--England--History--17th century/Women and literature--England--History--17th century/Femininity in literature/Sex role in literature.

3512. Orgel, Stephen and Keilen, Sean. Shakespeare and gender. New York: Garland Pub, 1999. viii, 338 p. (Shakespeare, the critical complex, 2).

Cultural Confusion and Shakespeare's Learned Heroines: "These are old paradoxes" / Lisa Jardine -- "Shaping Fantasies": Figurations of Gender and Power in Elizabethan Culture / Louis Adrian Montrose -- Androgyny, Mimesis, and the Marriage of the Boy Heroine on the English Renaissance Stage / Phyllis Rackin -- Queering the Shakespearean Family / Mario DiGangi -- Jewels, Statues, and Crpses: Containment of Female Erotic Power in Shakespeare's Plays / Valerie Traub -- Fathering Herself: A Source Study of Shakespeare's Feminism / Claire McEachern -- "Children of Divers Kind": A Reading of Romeo and Juliet / John B. Harcourt -- On Not Being Deceived: Rhetoric and the Body in Twelfth Night / Lorna Hutson -- In the Field of Dreams: Transvestism in Twelfth Night and The Crying Game / Jonathan Crewe -- "Magic of bounty": Timon of Athens, Jacobean Patronage, and Maternal Power / Coppelia Kahn -- "You Must Eat Men": The Sodomitic Economy of Renaissance Patronage / Jody Greene -- Portia's Ring: Unruly Women and Structures of Exchange in The Merchant of Venice / Karen Newman -- The Shakespearean Editor as Shrew-Tamer / Leah Marcus -- Textual and Sexual Criticism: A Crux in The Comedy of Errors / Gary Taylor.

Gen PR3069.S45 S52 1999.

Shakespeare, William/Sex differences (Psychology) in literature/Drama--Psychological aspects/Gender identity in literature/Masculinity in literature/Femininity in literature/Sex role in literature/Women in literature/Men in literature/Sex in literature.

3513. Pequigney, Joseph. Such is my love : a study of Shakespeare's sonnets. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1985. ix, 249 p.

Gen, Harp PR2848.P42.

Shakespeare, William/Sonnets, English--History and criticism/Erotic poetry, English--History and criticism/Homosexuality, Male, in literature.

3514. Rambuss, Richard. Closet devotions. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1998. xii,, 193 p. (Series Q).

Introduction: Sacred Eroticisms -- 1. Christ's Ganymede -- 2. Devotion and Desire -- 3. The Prayer Closet.

Gen PR438.D48 R36 1998.

Devotional literature, English--History and criticism/English literature--Early modern, 1500-1700--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain--History--17th century/Christianity and literature--Great Britain--History--17th century/Body, Human--Religious aspects--Christianity--History of doctrines--17th century/Homosexuality--Religious aspects--Christianity--History of doctrines--17th century/Erotic literature, English--History and criticism/Body, Human, in literature/Desire in literature/Sex in literature.

3515. Shapiro, Michael. Gender in play on the Shakespearean stage : boy heroines and female pages. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1994.

Pt. 1. Cross-Dressing in Early Modern England. Ch. 1. A Brief Social History of Female Cross-Dressing. Ch. 2. Male Cross-Dressing in Playhouses and Plays. Ch. 3. Cross-Gender Disguise plus Cross-Gender Casting -- Pt. 2. Dramaturgical Variations on Variations. Ch. 4. Bringing the Page Onstage: The Two Gentlemen of Verona. Ch. 5. Doubling Cross Gender Disguise: The Merchant Venice. Ch. 6. Layers of Disguise: As You Like it. Ch. 7. Anxieties of Intimacy: Telfth Night. Ch. 8. From Center to Periphery: Cymbeline. Appendix A: Sources, Analogues, and Models -- Appendix B: Chronological List of Plays with Heroines in Male Disguise -- Appendix C: Legal Records of Cross-Dressing.

Gen, Harp PR3095.S53 1994.

Shakespeare, William/Theater--England--Casting--History--16th century/Theater--England--Casting--History--17th century/Children as actors--England--History/Gender identity in literature/Sex role in literature/Disguise in literature/Women in literature.

3516. Smith, Bruce R. Homosexual desire in Shakespeare's England : a cultural poetics. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1991. xii, 329 p.

Gen PR428.H66S60 1991.

Shakespeare, William/English literature--Early modern, 1500-1700--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--England--History--16th century/Homosexuality and literature--England--History--17th century/Desire in literature/Sex in literature.

3517. Stewart, Alan. Close readers : humanism and sodomy in early modern England . Princeton, N.J: Princeton University Press, 1997. xlv, 224 p.

Gen PR418.H8 S74 1997.

English literature--Early modern, 1500-1700--History and criticism/Humanism--England--History--16th century/Latin literature, Medieval and modern--Appreciation--England/Homosexuality and literature--England--History--16th century/Men authors, English--Early modern, 1500-1700--Biography/Literature and society--England--History--16th century/Authors and patrons--England--History--16th century/Male friendship--England--History--16th century/Education, Humanistic--England/Sodomy--England--History/Renaissance--England/Humanists--England.

3518. Summers, Claude J. Homosexuality in Renaissance and Enlightenment England : literary representations in historical context. New York: Haworth Press, 1992. 222 p.

"Has also been published as Journal of homosexuality, volume 23, numbers 1/2, 1992"--T.p. verso. Introduction / Claude J. Summers -- "Masculine Love," Renaissance Writing, and the "New Invention" of Homosexuality / Joseph Cady -- Tradition and the Individtial Sodomite: Barnfieid, Shakespeare, and Subjective Desire / Gegory W. Bredbeck -- Body, Costume, and Desire in Christopher Marlowe / Gregory Woods -- Verse Letters to T. W. from John Donne: "By You My Love Is Sent" / George Klawitter -- Lesbian Erotics: The Utopian Trope of Donne's "Sapho to Philaenis" / Janel Mueller -- Sodomy and Kingcraft in Urania and Antony and Cleopatra / Ellis Hanson -- Not Since Sappho: The Erotic in Poems of Katherine Philips and Aphra Belin / Arlene Stiebel -- Seeing Sodomy: Fanny Hill's Blinding Vision / Kevin Kopelson -- The Sodomitical Muse: Fanny Hill and the Rhetoric of Crossdressing / Donald H. Mengay -- "The Voice of Nature" in Gray's Elegy / George E. Haggerty.

Gen, Harp PR428.H66H650 1992; another copy: RR2 HQ75.J86 v.23 no.1-2 .

English literature--Early modern, 1500-1700--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--England--History--16th century/Homosexuality and literature--England--History--17th century/Homosexuality and literature--England--History--18th century/English literature--18th century--History and criticism/Erotic literature, English--History and criticism/Enlightenment--England/Renaissance--England/Sex in literature.

3519. Turner, James. Sexuality and gender in early modern Europe : institutions, texts, images. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1993. xvii, 345 p.

Includes: Chapter 8. Troping Utopia: Donne's brief for lesbianism / Janel Mueller -- 9. Staging gender: William Shakespeare and Elizabeth Cary / Maureen Quilligan -- 11. Recuperating women and the man behind the screen / Domna C. Stanton -- A womb of his own: male Renaissance poets in the female body / KatharineEisaman Maus.

Gen NX180.F4S4880 1993.

Feminism and the arts--Europe/Sexuality in art/Arts, Renaissance/Arts, European.

3520. White, Paul Whitfield. Marlowe, history, and sexuality : new critical essays on Christopher Marlowe. New York: AMS Press, c1998. xxi, 257 p. (AMS studies in the Renaissance, no. 35).

1. Introduction: Marlowe, History, and Sexuality / Paul Whitfield White -- 2. "Faithful Dealing": Marlowe and the Elizabethan Intelligence Service / Charles Nicholl -- 3. Marlowe's Quarrel with God / David Riggs -- 4. "Thondring Words of Threate": Marlowe, Spenser, and Renaissance Ideas of a Literary Career / Patrick Cheney -- 5. Breaking the Canon: Marlowe's Challenge to the Literary Status Quo in Hero and Leander / Georgia E. Brown -- 6. "Printed Abroad and Uncastrated": Marlowe's Elegies with Davies' Epigrams / Ian Frederick Moulton -- 7. Edward II and Elizabethan Politics / Mark Thornton Burnett -- 8. "Thou art no soldier; Thou art a merchant": The Mentalite of War in Malta / Alan Shepard -- 9. The Massacre at Paris: Marlowe's Messy Consensus Narrative / Rick Bowers -- 10. "Full Possession": Service and Slavery in Doctor Faustus / Judith Weil -- 11. Writing in the Margins: Theatrical Manuscripts and the B-Text of Doctor Faustus / Eric Rasmussen -- 12. The Subversion of Gender Hierarchies in Dido, Queene of Carthage / Sara Munson Deats -- 13. "Won with thy words and conquered with thy looks": Sadism, Masochism, and the Masochistic Gaze in I Tamburlaine / Lisa S. Starks -- 14. Marlowe, Queer Studies, and Renaissance Homoeroticism / Mario Digangi -- 15. Queer Edward II: Postmodern Sexualities and the Early Modern Subject / Thomas Cartelli.

Gen PR2674 .M27 1998.

Marlowe, Christopher/Homosexuality and literature--England--History--16th century/Intelligence service--Great Britain--History--16th century/Literature and history--England--History--16th century/Renaissance--England/Sex in literature/England--Civilization--16th century.

3521. Zimmerman, Susan. Shakespeare's tragedies. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1998. ix, 295 p. (New casebooks).

Introduction: Shakespeare's Tragedies in Postmodern Perspective / Susan Zimmerman -- 1. Escaping the Matrix: The Construction of Masculinity in Coriolanus / Janet Adelman -- 2. The Name of the Rose in Romeo and Juliet / Catherine Belsey -- 3. Spheres of Influence: Cartography and the Gaze in Shakespeare's Roman Plays / Philip Armstrong -- 4. 'Suche strange desygns': Madness, Subjectivity, and Treason in Hamlet and Elizabethan Culture / Karin S. Coddon -- 5. Shakespeare Bewitched / Stephen Greenblatt -- 6. 'Fashion it thus': JuliusCaesar and the Politics of Theatrical Representation / John Drakakis -- 7. Perspectives: Dover Cliff and the Conditions of Representation / Jonathan Goldberg -- 8. Fantasies of 'Race' and 'Gender': Africa, Othello and Bringing to Light / Patricia Parker -- 9. Transvestism and the 'body beneath': Speculating on the Boy Actor / Peter Stallybrass -- 10. 'The swallowing womb': Consumed and Consuming Women in Titus Andronicus / Marion Wynne-Davies -- 11. 'Funeral bak'd meats': Carnival and the Carnivalesque in Hamlet / Michael D. Bristol -- 12. The Ideology of Superfluous Things: King Lear as Period Piece / Margreta de Grazia.

Gen PR2983 .S4495 1998.

Shakespeare, William/Tragedy.

3522. Zimmerman, Susan. Erotic politics : desire on the Renaissance stage. New York: Routledge, 1992. ix, 198 p.

1. Introduction / Susan Zimmerman -- 2. The subtexts of The Roaring Girl / Stephen Orgel -- 3. Twins and travesties: gender, dependency and sexual availability in Twelfth Night / Lisa Jardine -- 4. Disruptive desire: artifice and indeterminacy in Jacobean comedy / Susan Zimmerman -- 5. Transvestism and the 'body beneath': speculating on the boy actor / Peter Stallybrass -- 6. Desire's excess and the English Renaissance theatre: Edward II, Troilus and Cressida, Othello / Catherine Belsey -- 7. 'Lawless desires well tempered' / Kathleen McLuskie -- 8. Making a difference: male/male 'desire' in tragedy, comedy, and tragi-comedy / Bruce R. Smith -- 9. The (in)significance of 'lesbian' desire in early modern England / Valerie Traub -- 10. Sex and social conflict: the erotics of The Roaring Girl / Jean E. Howard.

Gen PR658.S42E760 1992.

English drama--Early modern and Elizabethan, 1500-1600--History and criticism/Sex role in literature/English drama--17th century--History and criticism/Erotic literature, English--History and criticism/Political plays, English--History and criticism/Psychoanalysis and literature/Gender identity in literature/Desire in literature/Renaissance--England.

160. English Literature -- 18th & 19th Centuries

3523. Allen, Dennis W. Sexuality in Victorian fiction. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1993. xxi, 160 p. (Oklahoma project for discourse and theory, v. 15).

Includes Chapters 3. "Peter Was a Lady Then": Sexuality and Gender in Cranford -- 5. "The Perfect Type of the Perfect Pleasure": Homosexual Desire in The Picture of Dorian Gray.

Gen PR878.S49A430 1993.

English fiction--19th century--History and criticism/Sex in literature/Erotic stories, English--History and criticism/Psychoanalysis and literature/Body, Human, in literature.

3524. Armstrong, Isobel and Blain, Virginia. Women's poetry, late Romantic to late Victorian : gender and genre, 1830-1900. Houndmills New York [London]: Macmillan St. Martin's Press in association with the Centre for English Studies, School of Advanced Study, University of London, 1999. xviii, 408 p.

Published in association with the Centre for English Studies, School of Advanced Study, University of London. [...] 'The Picture of Sappho' / Yopie Prins -- Lesbian Poetics: Sexual Politics of the (Victorian) Closet; or, No Sex Please - We're Poets / Virginia Blain [...].

Gen PR585.W6 W66 1999.

English poetry--Women authors--History and criticism/Feminism and literature--Great Britain--History--19th century/Women and literature--Great Britain--History--19th century/Gender identity in literature/Sex role in literature.

3525. Beckson, Karl E. The Oscar Wilde encyclopedia. New York: AMS Press, c1998. xviii, 456 p.

Gen PR5823 .B34 1998.

Wilde, Oscar/Authors, Irish--19th century--Biography--Encyclopedias/Gay men--Great Britain--Biography--Encyclopedias.

3526. Buckton, Oliver S. Secret selves : confession and same-sex desire in Victorian autobiography. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, c1998. x, 270 p.

Introduction: The Self and Its Secrets -- Ch. 1. An Unnatural State: Secrecy and "Perversion" in John Henry Newman's Apologia pro Vita Sua -- Ch. 2. The Secret Which I Carried: Desire and Displacement in John Addington Symonds's Memoirs -- Ch. 3. Defacing Oscar Wilde -- Ch. 4. A Double Nature: The Hidden Agenda of Edward Carpenter's My Days and Dreams -- Epilogue: Strange Desires: Sexual Reconstruction in E. M. Forster's Secret Fictions.

Gen PR788.A95 B83 1998.

English prose literature--19th century--History and criticism/Autobiography/Male authors, English--19th century--Biography--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain--History--19th century/Gay men--Great Britain--Biography--History and criticism/Gay mens' writings, English--History and criticism/Confession in literature/Desire in literature/Great Britain--History--Victoria, 1837-1901--Historiography.

3527. Chase, Karen and Levenson, Michael H. The spectacle of intimacy : a public life for the Victorian family. Princeton [N.J.]: Princeton University Press, c2000. viii, 250 p.

Introduction: The Trouble with Families -- Pt. 1. The Political Theater of Domesticity. Ch. 1. The Trials of Caroline Norton: Poetry, Publicity, and the Prime Minister. Ch. 2. The Young Queen and the Parliamentary Bedchamber: "I never saw a man so frightened" -- Pt. 2. Beneath the Banner of Home. Ch. 3. Sarah Stickney Ellis: The Ardent Woman and the Abject Wife. Ch. 4. Tom's Pinch: The Sexual Serpent beside the Dickensian Fireside -- Pt. 3. Was That an Angel in the House? Ch. 5. Love after Death: The Deceased Wife's Sister Bill. Ch. 6. The Transvestite, the Bloomer, and the Nightingale -- Pt. 4. The Architecture of Comfort and Ruin. Ch. 7. On the Parapets of Privacy: Walls of Wealth and Dispossession. Ch. 8. Robert Kerr: The Gentleman's House and the One-Room Solution -- Pt. 5. The Sensations of Respectability. Ch. 9. The Empire of Divorce: Single Women, the Bill of 1857, and Revolt in India. Ch. 10. Bigamy and Modernity: The Case of Mary Elizabeth Braddon. Epilogue: Between Manual and Spectacle.

Gen, Harp PR468.H63 C48 2000 .

English literature--19th century--History and criticism/Home in literature/Literature and history--Great Britain--History--19th century/Public opinion--Great Britain--History--19th century/Privacy--Great Britain--History--19th century/Family--Great Britain--History--19th century/Family in literature/Great Britain--History--Victoria, 1837-1901.

3528. Cohen, William A. Sex scandal : the private parts of Victorian fiction. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1996. x, 256 p. (Series Q).

Gen PR878.S317C640 1996.

English fiction--19th century--History and criticism/Scandals in literature/Literature and society--Great Britain--History--19th century/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain--History--19th century/Scandals--Great Britain--History--19th century/Sex in literature/Great Britain--History--Victoria, 1837-1901.

3529. Coleman, Linda S. Women's life-writing : finding voice/building community . Bowling Green, OH: Bowling Green State University Popular Press, c1997. 281 p.

[...] 3. I love and only love the fairer sex" The Writing of a Lesbian Identity in the Diaries of Anne Lister (1791-1840) / Jennifer Frangos [...].

Gen PR756.W65 W66 1997.

English prose literature--Women authors--History and criticism/American prose literature--Women authors--History and criticism/Women and literature--Great Britain/Women and literature--United States/Autobiography--Women authors/Community in literature.

3530. Craft, Christopher. Another kind of love : male homosexual desire in English discourse, 1850-1920. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1994. xix, 233 p.

Kiss and Tell: A Preface -- 1. Alias Sodomy -- 2. "Descend, and Touch, and Enter": Tennyson's Strange Manner of Address -- 3. Just Another Kiss: Inversion and Paranoia in Bram Stoker's Dracula -- 4. Alias Bunbury: Desire and Termination in The Importance of Being Earnest -- 5. No Private Parts: On the Rereading of Women in Love.

Gen PR468.H65C730 1994.

Lawrence, D. H/English literature--19th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain--History/Gay men in literature/Desire in literature/Love in literature.

3531. Crompton, Louis. Byron and Greek love : homophobia in 19th-century England. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1985. xiii, 419 p.

Gen, Harp PR4392.H56C9.

Byron, George Gordon Byron/Homosexuality, Male, in literature/Homosexuality, Male--Great Britain--History--19th century/Sex in literature/Poets, English--19th century--Biography.

3532. Davis, Tracy C. and Donkin, Ellen. Women and playwriting in nineteenth-century Britain. Cambridge, U.K New York: Cambridge University Press, 1999. xvi, 295 p.

[...] Sappho in the closet / Denise A. Walen [...].

Gen PR728.W6 W66 1999.

English drama--Women authors--History and criticism/Women and literature--Great Britain--History--19th century/English drama--19th century--History and criticism.

3533. Dellamora, Richard. Victorian sexual dissidence. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1999. vi, 329 p.

[...] 3. The Adolescent Boy: Fin-de-Siecle Femme Fatale? / Martha Vicinus -- 4. Victorian Effeminacies / Thais Morgan -- [...] 7. "Desire without Limit": Dissident Confession in Oscar Wilde's De Profundis / Oliver Buckton -- 8. The Elusive Queerness of Henry James's "Queer Comrade": Reading Gabriel Nash of The Tragic Musc / Eric Haralson -- [...] 11. The Romance of Boys Bathing: Poetic Precedents and Respondents to the Paintings of Henry Scott Tuke / Julia Saville [...].

Gen PR468.H65 V53 1999 .

English literature--19th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain--History--19th century/Gays' writings, English--History and criticism/Sex customs in literature/Lesbians in literature/Gay men in literature/Gay men in literature/Lesbians in literature/Sex customs in literature/Gays' writings, English--History and criticism/English literature--19th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain--History--19th century.

3534. Dellamora, Richard. Masculine desire : the sexual politics of Victorian aestheticism. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1990. ix, 276 p.

Gen PR468.H65D450 1990.

English literature--19th century--History and criticism/English literature--Men authors--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain--History--19th century/Gays' writings, English--History and criticism/Aestheticism (Literature)/Desire in literature/Sex in literature/Men in literature.

3535. Donoghue, Emma. We are Michael Field. Bath, Somerset, England New York, N.Y: Absolute Press Distributed in the United States of America and Canada by Stewart, Tabori and Chang, 1998. 152 p.

Biography of the aunt and niece who wrote together under the pseudonym of Michael Field.

Gen PR4699.F5 Z94 1998.

Bradley, Katharine Harris/Cooper, Edith Emma/Women authors, English--19th century/Lesbians--Great Britain/Authorship--Collaboration.

3536. Dowling, Linda C. Hellenism and homosexuality in Victorian Oxford. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1994. xvi, 173 p.

1. Aesthete and Effeminatus -- 2. Victorian Manhood and the Warrior Ideal -- 3. The Socratic Eros -- 4. The Higher Sodomy.

Gen PR468.H65D680 1994.

English literature--19th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--England--Oxford--History--19th century/Greek philology--Study and teaching--England--Oxford--History--19th century/Classicism--England--Oxford--History--19th century/Gay men--England--Oxford--History--19th century/Oxford (England)--Social life and customs.

3537. Dugaw, Dianne. "Deep play" : John Gay and the invention of modernity. Newark [Del.] London: University of Delaware Press Associated University Presses, c2001. 322 p.

Gen PR3474 .D84 2001.

Gay, John/Modernism (Literature)--England--History--18th century/Literature and society--England--History--18th century/Satire, English--History and criticism.

3538. Elfenbein, Andrew. Romantic genius : the prehistory of a homosexual role. New York: Columbia University Press, c1999. xii, 262 p.

1. The Danger Zone: Effeminates, Geniuses, and Homosexuals -- 2. William Beckford and the Genius of Consumption -- 3. The Domestication of Genius: Cowper and the Rise of the Suburban Man -- 4. Anne Damer's Sapphic Potential -- 5. Lesbianism and Romantic Genius: The Poetry of Anne Bannerman -- 6. Genius and the Blakean Ridiculous -- 7. "A Sight to Dream of, Not to Tell": Christabel, Pornography, and Genius.

Gen PR448.H65 E44 1999 .

English literature--18th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain--History--18th century/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain--History--19th century/English literature--19th century--History and criticism/Authors, English--18th century--Sexual behavior/Authors, English--19th century--Sexual behavior/Romanticism--Great Britain/Lesbians in literature/Gay men in literature/Sex in literature.

3539. Fitzgerald, Penelope and Mew, Charlotte Mary. Charlotte Mew and her friends : with a selection of her poems. 1st U.S. ed. Reading, Mass: Addison-Wesley Pub. Co, 1988. xii, 276 p. (Radcliffe biography series).

Gen PR6025.E85Z8F55 1988.

Mew, Charlotte Mary/Poets, English--19th century--Biography/Lesbians--Great Britain--Biography.

3540. Gardner, Burdett. The lesbian imagination, Victorian style : a psychological and critical study of "Vernon Lee". New York: Garland Pub, 1987. 592, xxii p., [7] leaves of plates. (Harvard dissertations in American and English literature).

Originally presented as the author's thesis (doctoral--Harvard University, 1954) under title: Violet Paget.

Gen PR5115.P2Z8G22 1987.

Lee, Vernon/Lesbians in literature/Psychology in literature/Authors, English--19th century--Biography/Lesbians--Great Britain--Biography.

3541. Gleckner, Robert F. Gray agonistes : Thomas Gray and masculine friendship. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1997. x, 231 p.

Gen PR3503.G55 1997.

Gray, Thomas/Gray, Thomas/West, Richard/Milton, John/Latin poetry--Translations into English--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--England--History--18th century/Love poetry, English--Men authors--History and criticism/Friendship--England--History--18th century/Poets, English--18th century--Biography/Masculinity (Psychology) in literature/Male friendship in literature/Men in literature.

3542. Guldin, Rainer. Verbrüderung : J.A. Symonds, E. Carpenter, E.M. Forster : literarische Porträts. Berlin: Rosa Winkel, 1991. 198 p. (Bibliothek Rosa Winkel, Bd. 2).

Gen PR468.H65G850 1991.

Forster, E. M/Symonds, John Addington/Carpenter, Edward/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain--History--19th century/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain--History--20th century/English literature--19th century--History and criticism/English literature--20th century--History and criticism/English literature--Men authors--History and criticism/Men authors, English--Biography.

3543. Haggerty, George E. Men in love : masculinity and sexuality in the eighteenth century. New York: Columbia University Press, c1999. xii, 214 p. (Between men--between women).

Introduction: Masculinity and Sexuality -- Pt. 1. Masculinities. 1. Heroic Friendships. 2. Gay Fops / Straight Fops. 3. Sensibility and Its Symptoms -- Pt. 2. Sexualities. 4. Gray's Tears. 5. Beckford's Paederasty. 6. Walpole's Secrets.

Gen, Harp PR448.H65 H34 1999 .

English literature--18th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain--History--18th century/English literature--Male authors--History and criticism/Gay men's writings, English--History and criticism/Masculinity in literature/Gay men in literature/Love in literature/Sex in literature.

3544. Hall, Jean Graham and Smith, Gordon D. Oscar Wilde : the tragedy of being Earnest. Chichester: Barry Rose Law Publishers, c2001. xii, 91 p. (Then and now series (Chichester, England), no. 3).

Gen PR5823.H355 2001.

Wilde, Oscar/Wilde, Oscar/Trials (Sodomy)--Great Britain--History--19th century/Trials (Sodomy)--Great Britain--History--20th century/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Great Britain--History--19th century/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Great Britain--History--20th century.

3545. Hare, David. The Judas kiss. New York: Grove Press, [1998]. 115 p.

Gen PR6058.A678 J83 1998.

Douglas, Alfred Bruce/Wilde, Oscar/Authors, Irish--19th century--Drama/Gay men--England--Drama.

3546. Hobson, Christopher Z. Blake and homosexuality. New York: Palgrave, 2000. xxii, 249 p.

Gen PR4157.H63 H64 2000.

Blake, William/Blake, William/Homosexuality and literature--England--History--18th century/Sex in literature/Homosexuality, Male, in literature/Homosexuality and literature--England--History--19th century.

3547. Jack, Malcolm. William Beckford : an English fidalgo. New York: AMS Press, 1996. 170 p.

Gen PR4092.J3 1996.

Beckford, William/Authors, English--18th century--Biography/Authors, English--19th century--Biography/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain.

3548. Kilroy, Thomas. The secret fall of Constance Wilde. Oldcastle, Co. Meath, Ireland: Gallery Books, 1997. 69 p.

Gen PR6061.I38 S43 1997.

Wilde, Constance/Wilde, Oscar/Douglas, Alfred Bruce/Authors' spouses--Ireland--Drama/Gay men--Great Britain--Drama.

3549. Kooistra, Lorraine Janzen. The artist as critic : bitextuality in fin-de-siècle illustrated books. Aldershot, England Brookfield, Vt: Scolar Press Ashgate Pub, 1995. xiv, 304 p.

Gen PR468.A76K660 1995.

English literature--19th century--History and criticism/Art and literature--Great Britain--History--19th century/Illustrated books--Great Britain--History--19th century/Illustration of books--19th century--Great Britain/English literature--19th century--Illustrations/Decadence (Literary movement)--Great Britain/Sexual orientation in literature/Aesthetic movement (British art)/Sex (Psychology) in literature/Gender identity in literature/Bisexuality in literature/Aestheticism (Literature)/Intertextuality.

3550. Lane, Christopher. The burdens of intimacy : psychoanalysis & Victorian masculinity. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1999. xxi, 322 p.

Introduction: Victorian Asymmetry: The Study of Repression and Desire -- 1. The Specter of Effeminacy in Bulwer-Lytton's Pelham -- 2. Love's Vicissitudes in Swinburne's Lesbia Brandon -- 3. "Gregory's Womanhood" in Schreiner's The Story of an African Farm -- 4. Hardy and the Claims of Friendship -- 5. The Impossibility of Seduction in James's Roderick Hudson and The Tragic Muse -- 6. Santayana and the Problem of Beauty -- 7. Betrayal and Its Consolations in Forster's Writing -- Afterword: The Homosexual in the Text.

Gen PR468.M38 L36 1999.

Schreiner, Olive/English literature--19th century--History and criticism/Masculinity in literature/Psychoanalysis and literature--Great Britain--History--19th century/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain--History--19th century/English literature--Male authors--History and criticism/Intimacy (Psychology) in literature/Friendship in literature/Desire in literature/Men in literature.

3551. Lane, Christopher. The ruling passion : British colonial allegory and the paradox of homosexual desire. Durham: Duke University Press, 1995. xiii, 326 p.

Gen PR468.H65L360 1995.

English literature--19th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain--Colonies--History/English literature--20th century--History and criticism/English literature--Men authors--History and criticism/Masculinity (Psychology) in literature/Imperialism in literature/Colonies in literature/Gay men in literature/Desire in literature/Allegory.

3552. Mitchell, Mark and Leavitt, David. Pages passed from hand to hand : the hidden tradition of homosexual literature in English from 1748 to 1914. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1997. xix, 458 p.

from The Adventures of Roderick Random / Tobias Smollett -- from Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure / John Cleland -- from The History of Henry Dumont, Esq. / Charlotte Cibber Charke -- "I and My Chimney" / Herman Melville -- from Joseph and His Friend: A Story of Pennsylvania / Bayard Taylor -- from South Sea Idyls: "In a Transport" / Charles Warren Stoddard -- from Marius the Epicurean / Walter Pater -- A Marriage Below Zero / Alan Dale (pseudonym of Alfred J. Cohen) -- from Tim: A Story of Eton / Howard Overing Sturgis -- from Tales of Soldiers and Civilians: "The Mocking-Bird" / Ambrose Bierce -- "Collaboration" / Henry James -- from Teleny; or The Reverse of the Medal / Anonymous -- "Boris Orloff" / Edwin Emanuel Bradford -- "The Priest and the Acolyte" / ohn Francis Bloxam -- from Studies of Death: Romantic Tales: "Hylas," "Narcissus," "The True Story of a Vampire" / Stanislaus Eric, Count Stenbock -- from The Golden Age: "The Roman Road" / Kenneth Grahame -- "In Praise of Billy B." / Frederick Rolfe, Baron Corvo -- from The Virginian: A Horseman of the Plains "Em'ly" / Owen Wister -- from The Challoners / Edward Frederic Benson -- from The Romance of a Choir-Boy: "A Catalogue" / John Gambril Nicholson -- from The Troll Garden: "The Sculptor's Funeral" / Willa Cather -- from The Hill: A Romance of Friendship: "A Revelation" / Horace Annesley Vachell -- "Evensong and Morwe Song" / Charles Kenneth Scott-Moncrieff -- from The Chronicles of Clovis: "Tobermory" / Saki (pseudonym of Hector Hugh Munro) -- "The Better End: Conclusion of a chapter from the unpublished novel, What Percy Knew, by H*nr*J*m*s" / Louis Umfreville Wilkinson -- from Her Enemy, Some Friends - and Other Personages: Stories & Studies Mostly of Human Hearts: "Out of the Sun" / Edward Irenaeus Prime-Stevenson -- "The Prussian Officer" / David Herbert Lawrence -- from Desert Dreamers / Patrick Weston (pseudonym of Gerald Bernard Francis Hmilton) -- from Maurice / Edward Morgan Forster.

Gen PR1110.G39 P35 1997.

Gays' writings, English/Homosexuality--Literary collections/Lesbians--Literary collections/Gay men--Literary collections/Gays' writings, American/American literature/English literature.

3553. Moore, Lisa Lynne. Dangerous intimacies : toward a sapphic history of the British novel. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1997. viii, 191 p.

Introduction: Toward a Sapphic History of the British Novel -- 1. Resisting Reform: Millenium Hall -- 2. Domesticating Homosexuality: Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure -- 3. Colonizing Virtue: Belinda -- 4. Desire and Diminution: Emma -- Conclusion: "Separated Only by a Wall": Sapphism and Romantic Friendship in the Discourse of Identity.

Gen, Harp PR858.L46 M66 1997 .

English fiction--18th century--History and criticism/Lesbianism--Great Britain--History--18th century--Historiography/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain--History--18th century/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain--History--19th century/Lesbianism--Great Britain--History--19th century--Historiography/Women and literature--Great Britain--History--18th century/Women and literature--Great Britain--History--19th century/English fiction--19th century--History and criticism/Femininity in literature/Identity (Psychology) in literature/Women--Sexual behavior--History/Lesbianism in literature/Lesbians in literature.

3554. Nunokawa, Jeff. The afterlife of property : domestic security and the Victorian novel. Princeton, N.J: Princeton University Press, 1994. vii, 152 p.

Ch. 1. Introduction -- Ch. 2. Domestic Securities: Little Dorrit and the Fictions of Property -- Ch. 3. For Your Eyes Only: Private Property and the Oriental Body in Dombey and Son -- Ch. 4. Daniel Deronda and the Afterlife of the Ownership -- Ch. 5. The Miser's Two Bodies: Sexual Perversity and the Flight from Capital in Silas Marner.

Gen PR878.D65N860 1994.

English fiction--19th century--History and criticism/Domestic fiction, English--History and criticism/Domestic relations in literature/Homosexuality in literature/Property in literature/Marriage in literature/Women in literature/Sex in literature.

3555. Pemble, John. John Addington Symonds : culture and the demon desire. New York: St. Martin's Press, 2000. xviii, 190 p., [8] p. of plates.

1. Art, Disease, and Mountains / John Pemble -- 2. Truth and its Consequences: The Friendship of Symonds and Henry Sidgwick / Bart Schultz -- 3. A Problem in Gay Heroics: Symonds and l'Amour de l'impossible / Jonathan Kemp -- 4. Symonds and Visual Impressionability / Whitney Davis -- 5. Symonds and the Model of Ancient Greece / Peter J. Holliday -- 6. Pungent Prophecies of Art: Symonds, Pater, and Michelangelo / Alex Potts -- 7. Into Forbidden Territory: Symonds and Tiepolo / Rosella Mamoli Zorzi -- 8. Versions of Antinous: Symonds between Shelley and Yourcenar / Stephen Bann -- 9. 'A Certain Disarray of Faculties': Surpassing the Modernist Reception of Symonds / Howard J. Booth -- 10. Bringing Symonds out of the Closet: Some Recollections and Reflections / Phyllis Grosskurth -- App. Symonds's Peccant Poetry /.

Gen PR5523 .J65 2000.

Ian Venables.Symonds, John Addington/Homosexuality and literature--England--History--19th century.

3556. Rowland, Jon Thomas. Swords in myrtle dress'd : towards a rhetoric of Sodom : gay readings of homosexual politics and poetics in the eighteenth century. Madison [N.J.] London: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press Associated University Presses, c1998. 244 p.

1. Introductory: Three Homophobic Tracts: Plain Reason, Strict Observations, and Hell upon Earth -- 2. Formal Strain: Problems of Homosexual Expression in William Arnall's Letter to Dr. Codex, Philalethes' The Parson and His Clerk, and Thomas Gilbert's A View of the Town -- 3. The Wadhamites: Homosocial versus Homosexual in College-Wit Sharpen'd and A Faithful Narrative -- 4. Sporus before Us: Some Versions of Hervey -- 5. Mr. Bradbury's Case Truly Stated: A Polyvalent Text -- 6. Narcissism and Homoeroticism in Mark Akenside's The Pleasures of Imagination -- 7. Invoking Present Absence: Women in Akenside's Odes -- 8. Essays on Men and Women: Homophobia and Misogyny in Wilkes' Satire of Pope's Essay on Man -- 9. Formal Strain: Homophobia in Churchill's The Times -- 10. The Homosexual Stage: The Rosciad -- 11. George III as "Schoolboy King" -- 12. Towards a Rhetoric of Sodom.

Gen PR448.H65 R69 1998.

English literature--18th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain--History--18th century/Politics and literature--Great Britain--History--18th century/English language--18th century--Rhetoric/Gay men in literature/Sex in literature/Poetics.

3557. Saville, Julia F. A queer chivalry : the homoerotic asceticism of Gerard Manley Hopkins. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 2000. x, 240 p. (Victorian literature and culture series).

Prologue: "O My Chevalier!" -- I. Asceticism as Practice and Theory -- II. Hopkins at Oxford: "Towery City and Branchy between Towers" -- III. Sublime Ascesis, or the Joy of Self-Destruction: "The Wreck of the Deutschland" -- IV. Queer Courtship: Veiled Eros in a Manly Craft -- V. Courtly Masochism and the "Terrible" Sonnets -- VI. Manly Beauty: A Solace and a Scourge -- Epilogue: "Mine, O Thou Lord of Life".

Gen PR4803.H44 Z825 2000.

Hopkins, Gerard Manley/Psychoanalysis and literature--England--History--19th century/Homosexuality and literature--England--History--19th century/Poetry--Authorship--Psychological aspects/Asceticism in literature/Chivalry in literature/Poetics.

3558. Schaffer, Talia and Psomiades, Kathy Alexis. Women and British aestheticism. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1999. viii, 304 p.

[...] 10. Countering a Counterpoetics: Ada Leverson and Oscar Wilde / Margaret Debelius. 11. Engaging "Delicate Brains": From Working-Class Enculturation to Upper-Class Lesbian Liberation in Vernon Lee and Kit Anstruther-Thomson's Psychological Aesthetics / Diana Maltz [...].

Gen PR468.A33 W66 1999.

English literature--19th century--History and criticism/Aestheticism (Literature)/Women and literature--Great Britain--History--19th century/Women and literature--Great Britain--History--20th century/English literature--Women authors--History and criticism/English literature--20th century--History and criticism.

3559. Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft. Frankenstein : complete, authoritative text with biographical, historical, and cultural contexts, critical history, and essays from contemporary critical perspectives. 2nd ed. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin's, c2000. x, 470 p.

[...] Lesbian Panic and Mary Shelley's Frankenstein / Frann Michel [...].

Gen PR5397 .F7 2000 .

Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft.

3560. Stockton, Kathryn Bond. God between their lips : desire between women in Irigaray, Bronté, and Eliot. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1994. xxiii, 273 p.

1. Bodies and God: Post-structuralist Feminists Return to the Fold of Spiritual Materialism -- 2. Divine Loss: Irigaray's Erotics of a Feminine Fracture -- 3. Lacking/Labor: "Labour is Ever an Imprisoned God" -- 4. Recollecting Charlotte Bronte -- 5. Working for God Autocratically: Approaching the Bridegroom Without A(r)rival in Bronte's Villette -- 6. Recognizing George Eliot -- 7. At Home with Desire: The Domestication of St. Theresa in Eliot's Middlemarch.

Gen PR878.F45S760 1994.

Bronté, Charlotte/Eliot, George/Irigaray, Luce/English fiction--Women authors--History and criticism/Feminism and literature--England--History--19th century/English fiction--19th century--History and criticism/Erotic stories--History and criticism/Lesbians in literature/Desire in literature.

3561. Symonds, John Addington and Grosskurth, Phyllis. The memoirs of John Addington Symonds. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1986, 1984. 318 p., [12] p. of plates.

Reprint. Originally published: New York : Random House, c1984.

Gen PR5521.A4 1986.

Symonds, John Addington/Authors, English--19th century--Biography/Gay men--England--Biography.

3562. Tsuzuki, Chushichi. Edward Carpenter, 1844-1929 : prophet of human fellowship. Cambridge New York: Cambridge University Press, 1980. x, 237 p., [9] p. of plates.

Gen PR4451.Z8T88.

Carpenter, Edward/Authors, English--19th century--Biography/Social reformers--England--Biography/Socialists--England--Biography/Gay men--England--Biography.

3563. Wahl, Elizabeth Susan. Invisible relations : representations of female intimacy in the Age of Enlightenment. Stanford, Calif: Stanford University Press, 1999. viii, 358 p.

1. The Tribade, the Hermaphrodite, and Other "Lesbian" Figures in Medical and Legal Discourse -- 2. Representations of the Tribade in Libertine Literature -- 3. 'L'Amour Galant' and 'Tendre Amitie': Love and Friendship Outside the Bonds of Marriage -- 4. Female Intimacy and the Question of "Lesbian" Identity: Rereading the Female Friendship Poems of Katherine Philips -- 5. Female Intimacy and the Problem of Female Communities: Salons, Satire, and the Mystery of the 'Precieuses' -- 6. Regulating the "Real" in Fictional Terms: The (Auto)biography of the Tribade in Erotic and Documentary Texts.

Res PR448.H65 W35 1999 .

English literature--18th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--England--History--18th century/Homosexuality and literature--France--History--18th century/French literature--18th century--History and criticism/Women and literature--History--18th century/Lesbianism--England--History--18th century/Lesbianism--France--History--18th century/Female friendship in literature/Lesbians in literature.

3564. White, Chris. Nineteenth-century writings on homosexuality : a sourcebook . London New York: Routledge, 1999. xi, 374 p.

Gen PR1111.H57 N56 1999 .

Homosexuality--Great Britain--Literary collections/Homosexuality--Great Britain--History--19th century--Sources/Lesbians--Great Britain--History--19th century--Sources/Gay men--Great Britain--History--19th century--Sources/Lesbians--Great Britain--Literary collections/Gay men--Great Britain--Literary collections/English literature--19th century/Gay men's writings, English/Lesbians' writings, English/Gays' writings, English.

161. English Literature -- 20th Century

3565. Ackerley, J. R. My father & myself. [1st American ed.]. New York: Coward-McCann, [1969, 1968]. 219 p.

Gen PR6001.C57Z8A341.

Ackerley, J. R/Gays--Family relationships.

3566. Aston, Elaine and Reinelt, Janelle G. The Cambridge companion to modern British women playwrights. Cambridge, U.K New York: Cambridge University Press, 2000. xx, 276 p. (Cambridge companions to literature).

[...] 15. Lesbian performance in the transnational arena / Sue-Ellen Case.

Gen PR739.F45 C36 2000.

English drama--Women authors--History and criticism/Feminism and literature--Great Britain--History--20th century/Women and literature--Great Britain--History--20th century/English drama--20th century--History and criticism.

3567. Attridge, Derek. Joyce effects : on language, theory, and history. Cambridge New York: Cambridge University Press, 2000. xviii, 208 p.

Introduction: On being a Joycean -- 1. Deconstructive criticism of Joyce -- 2. Popular Joyce? -- 3. Touching 'Clay': reference and reality in Dubliners -- 4. Joyce and the ideology of character -- 5. 'Suck was a queer word': language, sex, and the remainder in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man -- 6. Joyce, Jameson, and the text of history -- 7. Wakean history: not yet -- 8. Molly's flow: the writing of 'Penelope' and the question of women's language -- 9. The postmodernity of Joyce: chance, coincidence, and the reader -- 10. Countlessness of livestories: narrativity in Finnegans Wake -- 11. Finnegan awake, or the dream of interpretation -- 12. The Wake's confounded language -- 13. Envoi: judging Joyce.

Gen PR6019.O9 Z525647 2000 .

Joyce, James/Joyce, James/Literature and history--Ireland--History--20th century.

3568. Ayers, David. English literature of the 1920s. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, c1999. vii, 248 p.

[...] 4. Sex, Satire and the Jazz Age. Lesbian Sexology: Radclyffe Hall and The Well of Loneliness [...].

Gen PR881 .A94 1999.

English literature--20th century--History and criticism/Literature and society--Great Britain--History--20th century/Modernism (Literature)--Great Britain/Nineteen-twenties.

3569. Bailey, Paul. An immaculate mistake : scenes from childhood and beyond. 1st American ed. New York, N.Y., U.S.A: Dutton, 1992. 164 p.

Originally published: London : Bloomsbury Pub., 1990. "A William Abrahams book".

Gen PR6003.A28Z8A23 1992.

Bailey, Paul/Novelists, English--20th century--Biography/Gay men--Great Britain--Biography/London (England)--Social life and customs--20th century.

3570. Baker, Michael. Our three selves : the life of Radclyffe Hall. 1st U.S. ed. New York: Morrow, 1985. xiv, 386 p., [16] p. of plates.

Gen PR6015.A396Z8B19.

Hall, Radclyffe/Authors, English--20th century--Biography/Lesbians--Great Britain--Biography.

3571. Bakshi, Parminder Kaur. Distant desire : homoerotic codes and the subversion of the English novel in E.M. Forster's fiction. New York: P. Lang, 1996. xii, 250 p. (Sexuality and literature, vol. 5).

Gen PR6011.O6Z8B17 1996.

Forster, E. M/Homosexuality and literature--England--History--20th century/Man-woman relationships in literature/Gay men in literature/Desire in literature/Sex in literature.

3572. Barrett, Eileen and Cramer, Patricia. Virginia Woolf : lesbian readings. New York: New York University Press, c1997. xvii, 288 p.

[...] 2. A Lesbian Reading Virginia Woolf / Toni A. H. McNaron -- 3. The Pattern behind the Words / Suzanne Bellamy -- 4. "The Gift of a China Inkpot": Violet Dickinson, Virginia Woolf, Elizabeth Gaskell, Charlotte Bronte, and the Love of Women in Writing / Jane Lilienfeld -- 5. Reading Influences: Homoeroticism and Mentoring in Katherine Mansfield's "Carnation" and Virginia Woolf's "Moments of Being: 'Slater's Pins Have No Points'" / Janet Winston -- 6. Lesbian Modernism in the Shorter Fiction of Virginia Woolf and Gertrude Stein / Corinne E. Blackmer -- 7. The Death of Sex and the Soul in Mrs. Dalloway and Nella Larsen's Passing / Tuzyline Jita Allan -- [...] 9. "The Things People Don't Say": Lesbian Panic in The Voyage Out / Patricia Juliana Smith -- 10. Unmasking Lesbian Passion: The Inverted World of Mrs. Dalloway / Eileen Barrett -- 11. Bringing Buried Things to Light: Homoerotic Alliances in To the Lighthouse / Ruth Vanita -- [...] 13. Rhoda Submerged: Lesbian Suicide in The Waves / Annette Oxindine -- 14. "Pearls and the Porpoise": The Years - A Lesbian Memoir / Patricia Cramer -- 15. Entering a Lesbian Field of Vision: To the Lighthouse and Between the Acts / Lise Weil.

Gen, Harp PR6045.O72 Z8936 1997 .

Woolf, Virginia/Homosexuality and literature--England--History--20th century/Feminism and literature--England--History--20th century/Women and literature--England--History--20th century/Lesbianism in literature/Lesbians in literature/Sex in literature.

3573. Berg, James J. and Freeman, Chris. The Isherwood century : essays on the life and work of Christopher Isherwood. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, c2000. xviii, 293 p.

[...] 6. Gay Isherwood Visits Straight Riverside / Robert Peters. [...] The Dog beneath the Schoolboy's Skin: Isherwood, Auden, and Fascism / William Ostrem. 17. [...] A Single Man, Then and Now / David Garnes. [...].

Gen PR6017.S5 Z74 2000.

Isherwood, Christopher/Authors, English--20th century--Biography.

3574. Booth, James. New Larkins for old : critical essays. Basingstoke, Hampshire New York: Macmillan St. Martin's Press, 2000. xi, 247 p.

[...] 5. Unreal Girls: Lesbian Fantasy in Early Larkin / M. W. Rowe [...].

Gen PR6023.A66 Z79 2000.

Larkin, Philip.

3575. Bozorth, Richard R. Auden's games of knowledge : poetry and the meanings of homosexuality. New York: Columbia University Press, c2001. xiv, 340 p. (Between men--between women).

Gen PR6001.U4 Z615 2001.

Auden, W. H/Homosexuality and literature--England--History--20th century/Homosexuality, Male, in literature/Gay men in literature.

3576. Brewer, Mary F. Race, sex, and gender in contemporary women's theatre : the construction of "woman". Brighton [England] Portland [Or.]: Sussex Academic Press, 1999. x, 218 p.

[...] 6. Infiltrating "Woman": Butch/Fem Lesbian Subjectivity [...].

Gen PR739.F45 B74 1999.

English drama--Women authors--History and criticism/Feminism and literature--Great Britain--History--20th century/Feminism and literature--United States--History--20th century/American drama--Women authors--History and criticism/American drama--20th century--History and criticism/English drama--20th century--History and criticism/Gender identity in literature/Lesbians in literature/Sex role in literature/Race in literature.

3577. Bristow, Joseph. Effeminate England : homoerotic writing after 1885. New York: Columbia University Press, 1995. x, 193 p. (Between men--between women).

Gen PR478.H65B750 1995.

English literature--20th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--England--History--20th century/Homosexuality and literature--England--History--19th century/English literature--Men authors--History and criticism/English literature--19th century--History and criticism/Gay men's writings, English--History and criticism/Androgyny (Psychology) in literature/Homosexuality, Male, in literature/Gender identity in literature/Gay men in literature.

3578. Burkman, Katherine H. Simon Gray : a casebook. New York: Garland Pub. Inc, 1992. xx, 205 p.

Experimental drama and the well-made play : Simon Gray and Harold Pinter as collaborators / Robert Gordon -- Simon Gray and the pedagogical erotics of theatre / Judith Roof -- Homosexual from necessity : the oedipal, the homoerotic, and the rhetorical woman in three plays by Simon Gray / Paula Jayne White -- "Being took queer" : homosexuality in Simon Gray's plays / John M. Clum -- Simon Gray's Butley : from stage to screen / Steven H. Gale -- Snatching at a monopoly : Simon Gray's rendering of Dostoyevsky's The idiot / Anne Marie Drew -- Deceit, desire, and Simon Gray's Otherwise engaged / Ann C. Hall -- The powers of detachment : inside and out of The rear column / Jeanne Colleran -- Some particular pursuits : the double fiction of Simon Gray / Marya Bednerik -- The unravelling of Melon / Kimball King -- Hedda's children : Simon Gray's anti-heroes / Katherine H. Burkman -- Hidden laughter and middle-aged complacency / John M. Clum -- Hidden laughter : a review / Kimball King -- Theatre review of Simon Gray's Hidden laughter / Ann C. Hall.

Gen PR6057.R28Z8S59 1992.

Gray, Simon/Gray, Simon/English drama.

3579. Burns, Christy L. Gestural politics : stereotype and parody in Joyce. Albany: State University of New York Press, c2000. viii, 224 p.

[...] Ch. 4. In the Original Sinse: The Gay Cliche' and Verbal Transgression in Finnegans Wake [...].

Gen PR6019.O9 Z535 2000.

Joyce, James/Joyce, James/Politics and literature--Ireland--History--20th century/Literature and society--Ireland--History--20th century/Stereotype (Psychology) in literature/Parody in literature.

3580. Castle, Terry. Noel Coward and Radclyffe Hall : kindred spirits. New York: Columbia University Press, 1996. 149 p.

Gen PR6005.O93Z8C35 1996.

Coward, Noel/Hall, Radclyffe/Coward, Noel/Hall, Radclyffe/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain--History--20th century/Women authors, English--20th century--Biography/Gays' writings, English--History and criticism/Authors, English--20th century--Biography/Actors--Great Britain--Biography/Gays--Great Britain--Biography/Lesbians in literature/Gay men in literature.

3581. Clark, Thekla. Wystan and Chester : a personal memoir of W. H. Auden and Chester Kallman. London: Faber and Faber, 1995. xii, 130 p., [8] p. of plates.

MoPo PR6001.U22Z8C59 1995.

Auden, W. H/Kallman, Chester/Clark, Thekla/Poets, American--20th century--Biography/Poets, English--20th century--Biography/English poetry.

3582. Davis, Laura and McVicker, Jeanette. Conference on Virginia Woolf Virginia Woolf and her influences : selected papers from the Seventh Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, Plymouth State College, Plymouth, New Hampshire, June 12-15, 1997. New York: Pace University Press, 1998. xx, 333 p.

[...] Virginia Woolf: Lesbian Readings: A Preview / Patricia Cramer -- Woolf's Lesbian Erotics of the Soul / Eileen Barrett -- "Had not that, after all, been love?" / Julie Abraham -- Virginia Woolf Through Common Lesbian Readers' Eyes / Krystyna Colburn -- Woolf's Lesbian Epistemology / Diana L. Swanson -- [...] Folk Revival/Folks Revived: Rites of Passage, "Virginia Woolf," and the Indigo Girls / Elizabeth Podnieks -- [...] Producing Queer Affiliations: Feminist, Lesbian, Aesthetic and Queer Reading Practices / Tamara Ann Ramsey.

Gen PR6045.O72 Z5787 1997.

Woolf, Virginia/Influence (Literary, artistic, etc.)--Congresses.

3583. Duncker, Patricia. Sisters and strangers : an introduction to contemporary feminist fiction. Oxford, UK Cambridge, Mass., USA: Blackwell, 1992. xiii, 286 p.

Gen PR888.F45D860 1992.

English fiction--Women authors--History and criticism/Feminism and literature--Great Britain--History--20th century/Women and literature--Great Britain--History--20th century/English fiction--Black authors--History and criticism/English fiction--20th century--History and criticism/Lesbians' writings, English--History and criticism/Lesbians in literature/Blacks in literature.

3584. Gillespie, Diane F. and Hankins, Leslie K. Conference on Virginia Woolf Virginia Woolf and the arts : selected papers from the Sixth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, Clemson University, Clemson, SC, June 13-16, 1996. New York: Pace University Press, 1997. xxix, 382 p.

[...] Pink Icing and a Narrow Bed: Mrs. Dalloway and Lesbian History / Gay Wachman [...].

Gen PR6045.O72 Z5787 1996.

Woolf, Virginia.

3585. Hall, Radclyffe and Glasgow, Joanne. Your John : the love letters of Radclyffe Hall. New York: New York University Press, 1996. ix, 273 p.

Gen PR6015.A33Z494 1996.

Hall, Radclyffe/Souline, Evguenia/Women authors, English--20th century--Correspondence/Lesbians--Great Britain--Correspondence/Love-letters.

3586. Holden, Philip 1962. Orienting masculinity, orienting nation : W. Somerset Maugham's exotic fiction. Westport, Conn: Greenwood Press, 1996. 168 p. (Contributions to the study of world literature, no. 68).

Gen PR6025.A9Z8H73 1996.

Maugham, W. Somerset/Homosexuality and literature--England--History--20th century/Masculinity (Psychology) in literature/Gender identity in literature/Race relations in literature/Exoticism in literature/Asia--In literature.

3587. Hussey, Mark and Neverow-Turk, Vara. Conference on Virginia Woolf Virginia Woolf miscellanies : proceedings of the First Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, Pace University, New York, June 7-9, 1991. New York, N.Y: Pace University Press, 1992. 243 p.

Includes: Virginia Woolf Seeking Other Worlds With New Language, Vision and Ritual. Notes from Underground: Lesbian Ritual In the Writings of Virginia Woolf / Patricia Cramer.

Gen PR6045.O68Z568 1991.

Woolf, Virginia.

3588. Hutton, Elaine. Beyond sex and romance? : the politics of contemporary lesbian fiction. London: Women's Press, 1998. 215 p.

Introduction -- The education of May Sarton : love between women in four novels by May Sarton / Lis Whitelaw -- The state of the heart : ideology and narrative structure in the novels of Maureen Duffy and Caeia March / Anira Rowanchild -- Woebegone dykes : the novels of Lisa Alther / Vada Hart -- Lesbian writers in the mainstream : Sara Maitland, Jeanette Winterson and Emma Donoghue / Rachel Wingfield -- Lindsay Gordon meets Kate Brannigan : mainstreaming or malestreaming : representations of women crime fighters / Jill Radford -- Blackening my characters : race and characterisation in lesbian fiction / Anita Naoko Pilgrim -- Beyond sex and romance? Lesbian relationships in contemporary fiction / Lynne Horne -- Zero tolerance in wonderland : some political uses of imagination / Elaine Miller -- Good lesbians, bad men, and happy endings / Elaine Hutton.

Gen PR888.L46B49 1998.

English fiction--Women authors--History and criticism/American fiction--Women authors--History and criticism/Lesbians in literature/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain--History--20th century/Homosexuality and literature--United States--History--20th century/Women and literature--Great Britain--History--20th century/Women and literature--United States--History--20th century/English fiction--20th century--History and criticism/American fiction--20th century--History and criticism.

3589. Martin, Robert K. and Piggford, George. Queer Forster. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1997. x, 302 p. (Worlds of desire).

1. Introduction: Queer, Forster? / Robert K. Martin and George Piggford -- 2. "Queer Superstitions": Forster, Carpenter, and the Illusion of (Sexual) Identity / Gregory W. Bredbeck -- 3. "Thinking about Homosex" in Forster and James / Eric Haralson -- 4. The Mouse That Roared: Creating a Queer Forster / Christopher Reed -- 5. Camp Sites: Forster and the Biographies of Queer Bloomsbury / George Piggford -- 6. Fratrum Societati: Forster's Apostolic Dedications / Joseph Bristow -- 7. "This is the End of Parsival": The Orphic and the Operatic in The Longest Journey / Judith Scherer Herz -- 8. Breaking the Engagement with Philosophy Re-envisioning Hetero/Homo Relations in Maurice / Debrah Raschke -- 9. Betrayal and Its Consolations in Maurice, "Arthur Snatchfold," and "What Does It Matter? A Morality" / Christopher Lane -- 10. "Contrary to the Prevailing Current"? Homoeroticism and the Voice of Maternal Law in "The Other Boat" / Tamera Dorland -- 11. To Express the Subject of Friendship: Masculine Desire and Colonialism in A Passage to India / Charu Malik -- 12. Colonial Queer Something / Yonatan Touval -- 13. "It Must Have Been the Umbrella": Forster's Queer Begetting / Robert K. Martin.

Gen PR6011.O58 Z8335 1997.

Forster, E. M/Homosexuality and literature--England--History--20th century/Gay men's writings, English--History and criticism/Sexual orientation in literature/Gay men in literature/Desire in literature/Sex in literature.

3590. McKay, Reg. None so pretty : the sexing of Rebecca Pine ; the story of a changing life . Edinburgh: Mainstream, 1999. 191 p., [16] p. of plates.

Gen PR6066.I547Z75 1999.

Pine, Rebecca/Pine, Rebecca/Authors, Scottish/Transsexuals--Great Britain.

3591. Monneyron, Frédéric. Bisexualité et littérature : autour de D.H. Lawrence et Virginia Woolf. Paris: L'Harmattan, c1998. 175 p.

Gen PR6023.A93Z681478 1998.

Lawrence, D. H/Woolf, Virginia/Psychoanalysis and literature--England--History--20th century/Psychological fiction, English--History and criticism/Bisexuality in literature/Sex in literature.

3592. Neverow-Turk, Vara and Hussey, Mark. Conference on Virginia Woolf Virginia Woolf : emerging perspectives : selected papers from the Third Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, Lincoln University, Jefferson City, MO, June 10-13, 1993. New York: Pace University Press, 1994. 335 p.

Includes: Virginia Woolf and Helene Cixous: Female Fantasy in Two of Woolf's Short Stories / Ann Gibaldi Campbell -- "Julia Kissed Her. Julia Possessed Her.": Considering Class and Lesbian Desire in Virginia Woolf's Shorter Fiction" / Heather Levy -- Narcissistic Desire in Orlando / Ellen Carol Jones -- Virginia Woolf Meets Audre Lorde at 125th Street and Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Blvd / A. Deborah Malmud -- Imagining the Body: Gender Trouble and Bodily Limits in The Waves / Miriam L. Wallace -- "Men must be Manly and Women Womanly": Influences of Woolf's Orlando on Anne Rice's The Witching Hour / Ellen M. Tsagaris.

Gen PR6045.O68Z532 1993.

Woolf, Virginia.

3593. Neverow-Turk, Vara and Hussey, Mark. Conference on Virginia Woolf Virginia Woolf : themes and variations : selected papers from the Second Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, June 11-14, 1992. New York, NY: Pace University Press, 1993. 358 p.

Includes: 'The Albanians, or was it the Armenians?': Virginia Woolf's Lesbianism as Gloss on Her Modernism / Toni A. H. McNaron -- Cross-Gendering and Lesbian Textualities. "Women alone stir my imagination": Reading Virginia Woolf as a Lesbian / Pamela J. Olano. Sapphist Semiotics in Woolf's The Waves: Untelling and Retelling What Cannot Be Told / Annette Oxindine. -- Female Intimacies and the Lesbian Continuum. The Voyage Out: Virginia Woolf's First Lesbian Novel / Jessica Tvordi. Outing Mrs. Ramsay: Reading the Lesbian Subtext in Virginia Woolf's To the Lighthouse / Donna Risolo. "Love Unspeakable:" The Uses of Allusion in Flush / Ruth Vanita.

Gen PR6045.O68Z568 1992.

Woolf, Virginia.

3594. Ormrod, Richard. Una Troubridge : the friend of Radclyffe Hall. New York: Carroll & Graf, 1985. [ix], 340 p., [8] p. of plates.

Gen PR6015.A39Z8O73.

Troubridge, Una Vincenzo/Hall, Radclyffe/Authors, English--20th century--Biography/Singers--Great Britain--Biography/Sculptors--Great Britain--Biography/Lesbians--Great Britain--Biography.

3595. Palmer, Paulina. Lesbian gothic : transgressive fictions. London New York: Cassell, 1999. viii, 168 p.

1. Introduction: Gothic and lesbian narrative -- 2. The witch and rebellious femininity -- 3. Spectral visitation: the return of the repressed -- 4. The vampire: transgressive sexuality -- 5. The Gothic thriller.

Gen PR888.T3 P35 1999.

Horror tales, English--History and criticism/English fiction--20th century--History and criticism/American fiction--Women authors--History and criticism/American fiction--20th century--History and criticism/English fiction--Women authors--History and criticism/Lesbians' writings, American--History and criticism/Lesbians' writings, English--History and criticism/Gothic revival (Literature)--Great Britain/Gothic revival (Literature)--United States/Lesbians in literature.

3596. Sinfield, Alan. Out on stage : lesbian and gay theatre in the twentieth century. New Haven [Conn.]: Yale University Press, [1999?]. viii, 407 p.

1. Introduction -- 2. Society and its Others: Scandal -- 3. Society and its Others: Bohemia -- 4. Emergings -- 5. Noel Coward's Audiences -- 6. Gay Men and Gender -- 7. Lesbians and Gender -- 8. Class Conscious -- 9. Queer Thrills -- 10. Reading Tennessee Williams -- 11. The All-American Family -- 12. The Problem of the Problem -- 13. Politics and Anger -- 14. 'The Sixties' -- 15. Subcultural Work -- 16. AIDS: Crisis and Drama -- 17. Dissident Strategies.

Gen PR739.H65 S56 1999.

English drama--20th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain--History--20th century/Homosexuality and literature--United States--History--20th century/Gays' writings, American--History and criticism/Gays' writings, English--History and criticism/Lesbians in literature/Gay men in literature.

3597. Smith, Patricia Juliana . Lesbian panic : homoeroticism in modern British women's fiction. New York: Columbia University Press, c1997. xvii, 236 p. (Between men--between women).

Introduction: Toward an Axiom of Lesbian Panic -- Ch. 1. "This Very Queer Knowledge": Virginia Woolf's Narratives Of Female Homoerotic Desire -- Ch. 2. Are You a Lesbian, Mumbo?": Freudian Discourse, Shame, and Panic in Postwar Pre-Feminist Fictions -- Ch. 3. "The Proper Names For Things": The Lesbian In Postmodern Women's Fiction.

Gen PR888.L46 S66 1997.

Woolf, Virginia/English fiction--Women authors--History and criticism/Lesbians in literature/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain--History--20th century/Women and literature--Great Britain--History--20th century/English fiction--20th century--History and criticism.

3598. Smith, Timothy d'Arch. Love in earnest: some notes on the lives and writings of English Uranian poets form 1889 to 1930. London: Routledge & K. Paul, 1970.

Gen PR508.H76S66.

Homosexuality and literature/English poetry--19th century--History and criticism/English poetry--20th century--History and criticism.

3599. Summers, Claude J. Gay fictions : Wilde to Stonewall : studies in a male homosexual literary tradition. New York: Continuum, 1990. 245 p.

"A Frederick Ungar book.".

Gen PR888.G34S860 1990 .

Wilde, Oscar/Gay men in literature/English fiction--20th century--History and criticism/American fiction--20th century--History and criticism/Gays' writings, English--History and criticism/Gays' writings, American--History and criticism.

3600. Sweetman, David. Mary Renault : a biography. 1st U.S. ed. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1993. xiv, 322 p.

Originally published: England : Chatto and Windus.

Gen, Harp PR6035.E56Z8S9 1993.

Renault, Mary/Homosexuality and literature--History--20th century/Women novelists, English--20th century--Biography/Lesbians--Great Britain--Biography/Lesbians--South Africa--Biography.

3601. Tennyson, Hallam. The haunted mind : an autobiography. London: A. Deutsch, 1984. 238 p.

Gen PR6039.E64Z8A234.

Tennyson, Hallam/Authors, English--20th century--Biography/Gays--Great Britain--Biography.

3602. Valente, Joseph. Quare Joyce. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, c1998. x, 297 p.

Joyce's (Sexual) Choices: A Historical Overview / Joseph Valente -- A Walk on the Wild(e) Side: The Doubled Reading of "An Encounter" / Margot Norris -- On Joycean and Wildean Sodomy / Jean-Michel Rabate -- Thrilled by His Touch The Aestheticizing of Homosexual Panic in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man / Joseph Valente -- "The Nothing Place": Secrets and Sexual Orientation in Joyce / Garry Leonard -- James Joyce, Tattoo Artist: Tracing the Outlines of Homosocial Desire / Jennifer Levine -- Pere-version and Im-mere-sion: Idealized Corruption in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man and The Picture of Dorian Gray / Vicki Mahaffey -- Casement, Joyce, and Pound: Some New Meanings of Treason / Robert L. Caserio -- Confessing Oneself: Homoeros and Colonial Bildung in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man / Gregory Castle -- "A Faint Glimmer of Lesbianism" in Joyce / Colleen Lamos -- In the Original Sinse: The Gay Cliche and Verbal Transgression in Finnegans Wake / Christy Burns -- Beyond "Syphilisation" Finnegans Wake, AIDS, and the Discourse of Contagion / Marian Eide -- Paring His Fingernails: Homosexuality and Joyce's Impersonalist Aesthetic / Tim Dean -- Afterword: "The Vehicle of a Vague Speech" /.

Gen PR6019.O9 Z7837 1998.

Christopher Lane.Joyce, James/Homosexuality and literature--Ireland--History--20th century/English fiction--Irish authors--Greek influences/Hellenism in literature/Desire in literature/Gays in literature/Sex in literature.

3603. Wachman, Gay. Lesbian empire : radical crosswriting in the Twenties. New Brunswick, N.J: Rutgers University Press, c2001. xii, 236 p.

Gen PR888.L46 W34 2001.

Warner, Sylvia Townsend/English fiction--20th century--History and criticism/Lesbians in literature/English fiction--Women authors--History and criticism/Lesbians' writings, English--History and criticism/Women and literature--Great Britain--History--20th century/Feminism and literature--Great Britain--History--20th century/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain--History--20th century/Lesbianism in literature/Radicalism in literature.

3604. Werlock, Abby H. P. British women writing fiction. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, c2000. xiv, 330 p.

[...] 7. "Women Like Us Must Learn to Stick Together": Lesbians in the Novels of Fay Weldon / Patricia Juliana Smith [...].

Harp, Gen PR830.W6 B75 2000 .

English fiction--Women authors--History and criticism/Women and literature--Great Britain--History--20th century/English fiction--20th century--History and criticism.

3605. Woods, Gregory. Articulate flesh : male homo-eroticism and modern poetry. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1987. 278 p.

Gen, MoPo PR605.H65W660 1987.

English poetry--20th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality, Male, in literature/Erotic poetry, English--History and criticism/Erotic poetry, American--History and criticism/American poetry--20th century--History and criticism/Gays' writings--History and criticism.

3606. Zilboorg, Caroline. The masks of Mary Renault : a literary biography. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, c2001. xix, 258 p.

Gen PR6035.E55 Z99 2001.

Renault, Mary/Homosexuality and literature--History--20th century/Women novelists, English--20th century/Lesbians--Great Britain/Lesbians--South Africa.

162. Other Literatures in English (Irish, Canadian, etc.)

3607. Attridge, Derek and Jolly, Rosemary Jane. Writing South Africa : literature, apartheid, and democracy, 1970-1995. Cambridge, U.K New York: Cambridge University Press, 1998. xv, 288 p.

[...] 8. A man's world: South African gay writing and the State of Emergency / Michiel Heyns [...].

Gen PL8014.S6 W75 1998.

South African literature--20th century--History and criticism/Politics and literature--South Africa--History--20th century/Literature and society--South Africa--History--20th century/Apartheid in literature/Race relations in literature/South Africa--Politics and government--1948-1994.

3608. Elwin, Rosamund. Tongues on fire : Caribbean lesbian lives and stories. Toronto: Women's Press, c1997. 255 p.

Gen PR9205.8 .T66 1997.

Lesbianism--Caribbean Area--Case studies/Lesbians--Caribbean Area--Biography/Lesbianism--Fiction/Lesbians' writings/Short stories, Caribbean (English)--Women authors/écrits de femmes antillais (anglais)/Nouvelles antillaises (anglaises)/Lesbianisme--Romans/Lesbiennes--Caraïbes (Région)--Biographies.

3609. Elwin, Rosamund. Countering the myths : lesbians write about the men in their lives. Toronto: Women's Press, 1996. 303 p.

Gen PR9194.5.L47C68 1996.

Lesbians' writings, Canadian.

3610. Fraser, Keath. As for me and my body : a memoir of Sinclair Ross. Toronto: ECW Press, 1997. 96 p.

Gen PR9199.3.R599Z63 1997.

Ross, Sinclair.

3611. Gainor, J. Ellen. Shaw's daughters : dramatic and narrative constructions of gender. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1991. viii, 282 p. (Theater--theory/text/performance).

Includes Pt. 2. Shavian Androgyny. Chapters 4. The Late Victorian/Edwardian Context. 5. Shakes vs. Shav: Cross-Dressing in Cymbeline Refinished and the Pantomime Tradition. 6. Instances of Inversion and Eschatological Androgyny.

Gen PR5368.W6G14 1991.

Shaw, Bernard/Feminism and literature--Great Britain/Women and literature--Great Britain/Sex role in literature.

3612. Hoogland, Renée C. Elizabeth Bowen : a reputation in writing. New York: New York University Press, 1994. xix, 369 p.

Foreword / Karla Jay -- 1. Introduction: Elizabeth Bowen - A Story of Sorts -- 2. Technologies of Female Adolescence. The Ideological Timespace of The Last September (1919). The Interpellation of the Adolescent -- 3. Authoring Sexual Identities. Sexual Position(ing)s. Interpretation, Transference, and Authorial Control -- 4. Histories of Narrative Desire. The Fictitious Reality of The Heat of the Day (1949). The Historical Inscription of the Self -- 5. The Discourse of Suspension. Heterosexual Materials. Discourse in Crisis -- 6. Subtexts of Psychosexuality. The Inscription of Creation in Eva Trout (1969) (Pre)oedipal Love and the Symbolic Mother -- 7. Sexual/Textual Transgressions. Scriptural Encodings. The Mother's Tongue and Female Authorship -- 8. From Marginality to Ex-centricity. (Post)modernist Identifications. Sexual In/Difference. Ex-centric Interpellations.

Gen PR6003.O78Z8H7 1994.

Bowen, Elizabeth/Lesbians' writings, English--Irish authors--History and criticism/Feminism and literature--Ireland--History--20th century/Women and literature--Ireland--History--20th century/Lesbians--Ireland--Intellectual life/Ireland--In literature.

3613. Hurley, Michael. A guide to gay and lesbian writing in Australia. St. Leonards, N.S.W: Allen & Unwin, 1996. xix, 298 p.

Z4022.5.G39H87 1996 RR3 .

3614. Kirkpatrick, Kathryn J. Border crossings : Irish women writers and national identities. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, c2000. ix, 305 p.

[...] A trackless road : Irish nationalisms and lesbian writing / Ann Owens Weekes [...].

Gen, Harp PR8733 .B67 2000 .

English literature--Irish authors--History and criticism/English literature--Women authors--History and criticism/National characteristics, Irish, in literature/Women and literature--Ireland--History/Group identity in literature/Nationalism in literature/Ireland--In literature.

3615. Oikawa, Mona, Falconer, Dionne, and Decter, Ann. Resist! : essays against a homophobic culture. Toronto: Women's Press, 1994. 242 p.

Gen PR9194.5.L47R470 1994.

Lesbians' writings, Canadian/Lesbians' writings, American/Canadian essays--Women authors/American essays--Women authors/Canadian essays--20th century/American essays--20th century/Homophobia--Literary collections/Lesbianism--Literary collections.

3616. Peters, Sally. Bernard Shaw : the ascent of the superman. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1996. xvi, 328 p.

Gen, Harp PR5366.P48 1996.

Shaw, Bernard/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain--History--19th century/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain--History--20th century/Dramatists, Irish--20th century--Biography/Man-woman relationships in literature.

3617. Schuster, Marilyn R. Passionate communities : reading lesbian resistance in Jane Rule's fiction . New York: New York University Press, c1999. xv, 269 p.

1. Sailing to Galiano: Jane Rule at Home. The Journey: Crossing Over. Self-Reflections: Growing Up Midcentury, Middle Class, Middle Child. Readers and Writers: "Language Is as Primal a Drive as Sex" -- 2. Resisting Reason. Sexuality and Citizenship. Reading Fiction, Doing History. Defining Stories -- 3. Revising Fictions: Early Experiments. "Trapped in the Hope of a Real Articularity" Disguising Desire: Not for Myself Exactly. Denying Desire: This Is Not for You. Unsettling Women -- 4. Composing Selves: Dueling Narratives. "Home Movie": Projecting a Lesbian Subject. Desert of the Heart: Resignifying Sexuality. Memory Board: Resignifying Gender -- 5. Construction Sites: Narratives of Houses and Homes. Going Home (Again). Home Invasion: "A Television Drama" A House of Language: Against the Season. Under Siege: The Young in One Another's Arms -- 6. Contesting Communities. Parading Differences. Mapping Boundaries. Quarrelsome Communities: Contract with the World. Alone, Together: After the Fire. Conclusion: Redefining the Public Space.

Gen PR9199.3.R78 Z87 1999.

Rule, Jane/Women and literature--Canada--History--20th century/Lesbians' writings, Canadian--History and criticism/Lesbians in literature.

3618. Valente, Joseph. James Joyce and the problem of justice : negotiating sexual and colonial difference. Cambridge, New York: Cambridge University Press, 1995. xiii, 282 p.

Gen PR6019.O95Z8V15 1995.

Joyce, James/Literature and society--Ireland--History--20th century/Gender identity in literature/Imperialism in literature/Sex role in literature/Colonies in literature/Justice in literature/Race in literature.

3619. Walshe, Eibhear. Sex, nation, and dissent in Irish writing. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1997. x, 291 p.

Introduction: Sex, Nation and Dissent / Eibhear Walshe -- 1. 'How could I fear and hold thee by the hand': The Poetry of Eva Gore Booth / Emma Donoghue -- 2. Momentary Pleasures: Wilde and English Virtue / David Alderson -- 3. Error and Eros: The Fiction of Forrest Reid as a Defence of Homosexuality / Colin Cruise -- 4. Lost Time: The Smell and Taste of Castle T / Roz Cowman -- 5. Women and Desire in the Work of Elizabeth Bowen / Patricia Coughlan -- 6. Elizabeth Bowen: The Dandy in Revolt / Declan Kiberd -- 7. Sodom and Begorrah, or Game to the Last: Inventing Michael MacLiammoir / Eibhear Walshe -- 8. The Ear of the Other: Dissident Voices in Kate O'Brien's As Music and Splendour and Mary Dorcey's A Noise from the Woodshed / Anne Fogarty -- 9. Piggies and Spoilers of Girls: The Representation of Sexuality in the Novels of Molly Keane / Mary Breen -- 10. Dearg Dobhogtha Chain/The Indelible Mark of Cain: Sexual Dissidence in the Poetry of Cathal O Searcaigh / Lillis O. Laoire -- 11. 'Tangles': Addressing an Unusual Audience / David Grant -- 12. Pigs and Provos, Prostitutes and Prejudice: Gay Representation in Irish Film, 1984-1995 / Lance Pettitt.

Gen PR8734.G39S49 1997.

English literature--Irish authors--History and criticism/Gays' writings, English--Ireland--History and criticism/National characteristics, Irish, in literature/Homosexuality and literature--Ireland/Lesbians--Ireland--Intellectual life/Gay men--Ireland--Intellectual life/Lesbians in literature/Gay men in literature/Sex in literature.

163. Oscar Wilde

3620. Bartlett, Neil. Who was that man? : a present for Mr Oscar Wilde. London: Serpent's Tail, 1988. xxii, 254 p. (Masks).

Gen PR5823.B29 1988.

Wilde, Oscar/Authors, Irish--19th century--Biography/Homosexuality--England--History.

3621. Beckson, Karl E. The Oscar Wilde encyclopedia. New York: AMS Press, c1998. xviii, 456 p.

Gen PR5823 .B34 1998.

Wilde, Oscar/Authors, Irish--19th century--Biography--Encyclopedias/Gay men--Great Britain--Biography--Encyclopedias.

3622. Coakley, Davis. Oscar Wilde, the importance of being Irish. Dublin: Town House, 1994. x, 246 p., [32] p. of plates.

Gen PR5823.C65 1994.

Wilde, Oscar/Wilde, Oscar/Authors, Irish--19th century--Biography/Gay men--Ireland--Biography/Ireland--Intellectual life--19th century.

3623. Cohen, Ed. Talk on the Wilde side : toward a genealogy of a discourse on male sexualities. New York: Routledge, 1993. x, 261 p.

Prologue: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Trials; or, Why I Digress -- Pt. I. Against the Norm. 1. Embodying the Englishman: A Theoretical Fiction. 2. Taking Sex in Hand: Inscribing Masturbation and the Construction of Normative Masculinity. 3. Marking Social Dis-Ease: Normalizing Male "Continence" and the (Re)Criminalization of Male Sexuality -- Pt. II. Pressing Issues. 4. Legislating the Norm: From "Sodomy" to "Gross Indecency" 5. Typing Wilde: Construing the "Desire to Appear to Be a Person Inclined to the Commission of the Gravest of All Offenses" 6. Dis-Posing the Body: "Gross Indecency" and the Remapping of Male Sexuality. Epilogue: What's in a Name?

Gen PR5823.C67 1993.

Wilde, Oscar/Homosexuality, Male--Great Britain--History--19th century/Authors, Irish--19th century--Biography/Gay men--Great Britain--Sexual behavior/Trials (Sex crimes)--England--London/Men--Sexual behavior--History/Masculinity (Psychology)/Sex (Psychology).

3624. Foldy, Michael S. The trials of Oscar Wilde : deviance, morality, and late-Victorian society . New Haven: Yale University Press, 1997. xv, 206 p.

Gen, Harp PR5823.F65 1997.

Wilde, Oscar/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain--History--19th century/Literature and society--Great Britain--History--19th century/Trials (Sodomy)--England--London--History--19th century/Authors, Irish--19th century--Biography/Gay men--Great Britain--Biography/Great Britain--Social conditions--19th century/Great Britain--Civilization--19th century.

3625. Franceschina, John Charles. Homosexualities in the English theatre : from Lyly to Wilde. Westport, Conn: Greenwood Press, 1997. xiv, 340 p. (Contributions in drama and theatre studies, no. 79).

1. Classical Vices -- 2. "Ganymede Is Up and Hebe Down" -- 3. Roaring Girls and Silent Women -- 4. Platonic Lovers -- 5. Witty Extravagance -- 6. Beaux and Buggers -- 7. The Augustan Beau -- 8. Love in the Suds -- 9. Poetic License -- 10. Melodramas and Marjories -- 11. Decadence.

Gen PR635.H65 F73 1997.

English drama--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain--History/Gays' writings, English--History and criticism/Theater and society--Great Britain--History/Bisexuality in literature/Lesbians in literature/Gay men in literature/Sex in literature.

3626. Frontain, Raymond-Jean. Reclaiming the sacred : the Bible in gay and lesbian culture. New York: Harrington Park Press, c1997. 262 p.

[...] Oscar Wilde and the Scarlet Woman / Ellis Hanson [...].

Gen PR120.G39 R43 1997.

Bible/Gays' writings, English--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain/Christianity and literature--Great Britain/English literature--History and criticism/Holy, The, in literature/Religion and literature/Lesbians in literature/Gay men in literature.

3627. Gillespie, Michael Patrick. Oscar Wilde and the poetics of ambiguity. Gainesville, Fla: University Press of Florida, 1996. xi, 204 p.

Harp PR5827.A63 G55 1996.

Wilde, Oscar/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain--History--19th century/Ambiguity in literature.

3628. Hall, Jean Graham and Smith, Gordon D. Oscar Wilde : the tragedy of being Earnest. Chichester: Barry Rose Law Publishers, c2001. xii, 91 p. (Then and now series (Chichester, England), no. 3).

Gen PR5823.H355 2001.

Wilde, Oscar/Wilde, Oscar/Trials (Sodomy)--Great Britain--History--19th century/Trials (Sodomy)--Great Britain--History--20th century/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Great Britain--History--19th century/Homosexuality--Law and legislation--Great Britain--History--20th century.

3629. Hare, David. The Judas kiss. New York: Grove Press, [1998]. 115 p.

Gen PR6058.A678 J83 1998.

Douglas, Alfred Bruce/Wilde, Oscar/Authors, Irish--19th century--Drama/Gay men--England--Drama.

3630. Kilroy, Thomas. The secret fall of Constance Wilde. Oldcastle, Co. Meath, Ireland: Gallery Books, 1997. 69 p.

Gen PR6061.I38 S43 1997.

Wilde, Constance/Wilde, Oscar/Douglas, Alfred Bruce/Authors' spouses--Ireland--Drama/Gay men--Great Britain--Drama.

3631. Legal fictions. London: Lawrence & Wishart, 1997. 186 p.

New formations, no. 32, Autumn 1997. [...] Oscar Wilde: before the law [...].

Law PN56.L33L445 1997.

Law in literature/Legal stories--History and criticism/Law and literature.

3632. O'Connor, Sean. Straight acting : popular gay drama from Wilde to Rattigan. Washington: Cassell, 1998. ix, 245 p.

Foreword / Simon Watney -- 1. Oscar and After -- 2. Somerset Maugham, Warts and All -- 3. Public Lives, Private Faces -- 4. Sentimental Education -- 5. Brief Encounters -- 6. Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea.

Gen PR635.H65 O28 1998.

Maugham, W. Somerset/Coward, Noel/Rattigan, Terence/Wilde, Oscar/English drama--Male authors--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain--History/Popular literature--Great Britain--History and criticism/Gay men's writings, English--History and criticism/Gay men in literature.

3633. Schmidgall, Gary. The stranger Wilde : interpreting Oscar. New York: Dutton, 1994. xviii, 494 p.

"A William Abrahams book.".

Gen PR5823.S34 1994.

Wilde, Oscar/Authors, Irish--19th century--Biography/Gay men--Great Britain--Biography.

3634. Sero, Oskar. Der Fall Wilde und das Problem der Homosexualität; ein Prozess und ein Interview. Leipzig: Spohr, 1896. 89 p.

Gen HQ76.S5.

Wilde, Oscar.

3635. Sinfield, Alan. The Wilde century : effeminacy, Oscar Wilde, and the queer movement. New York: Columbia University Press, 1994.(Between men--between women).

1. Queer Thinking -- 2. Uses of Effeminacy -- 3. Manly Sentiments -- 4. Aestheticism and Decadence -- 5. Speaking Its Name -- 6. Class Relations -- 7. Freud and the Cross-sex Grid -- 8. Subcultural Strategies.

Gen PR5823.S62 1994.

Wilde, Oscar/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain--History--19th century/Homosexuality, Male--Great Britain--History--19th century/Sex role--Great Britain--History--19th century/Decadence (Literary movement)/Aestheticism (Literature)/Androgyny (Psychology)/Gay men in literature/Dandies in literature.

3636. Stokes, John. Oscar Wilde : myths, miracles, and imitations. Cambridge, New York: Cambridge University Press, 1996. xiv, 216 p.

Gen PR5823.S86 1996.

Wilde, Oscar/Wilde, Oscar/Homosexuality and literature--Great Britain--History--19th century/Authors, Irish--19th century--Biography/Gay men--Great Britain--Biography/Romanticism--Great Britain.

3637. Vallet, Odon. L'affaire Oscar Wilde, ou, Du danger de laisser la justice mettre le nez dans nos draps. Paris: A. Michel, 1995. 154 p.

Gen PR5823.V19 1995.

Wilde, Oscar/Trials (Sodomy)--England--London--History--19th century/Authors, Irish--19th century--Biography/Gay men--Great Britain--Biography.

3638. Varaut, Jean-Marc. Les procès d'Oscar Wilde : d'une prison à une autre. Paris: Perrin, 1995. 291, [2] p.

Gen PR5823.V29 1995.

Wilde, Oscar/Wilde, Oscar/Trials (Sodomy)--England--London--History--19th century/Authors, Irish--19th century--Biography/Gay men--Great Britain--Biography/Prisoners--England--Biography/Exiles--France--Biography.

3639. Wilde, Oscar, Queensberry, John Sholts Douglas Marquis of, Taylor, Alfred, Hyde, H. Montgomery, and Great Britain Central Criminal Court. The trials of Oscar Wilde : Regina (Wilde) v. Queensberry, Regina v. Wilde and Taylor. London: W. Hodge, 1948. 384 p., [17] p. of plates. (Notable British trials).

Account of the trial in a libel action brought against Lord Queensberry in the Marlborough Street Police Court, London, and the trials of Oscar Wilde and Alfred Taylor, held in the Central Criminal Court of London. Only official report of these trials is to be found in v. 121 and 122 of the Central Criminal Court sessions papers, Apr.-June, 1895, from which all evidence is omitted.

LawB KA654.N8W6.

Wilde, Oscar/Trials (Libel)--Great Britain/Trials (Sodomy)--Great Britain.

3640. Wolfreys, Julian. Literary theories : a reader and guide. New York: New York University Press, 1999. xiv, 672 p.

[...] 2.2. Sylvia Townsend Warner and the Counterplot of Lesbian Fiction / Terry Castle. 2.3. Myself and M/others: Colette, Wilde and Duchamp / Mary Lydon -- [...] Pt. 11. Gay Studies/Queer Theory / Jane Goldman -- Introduction: Works on the Wild(e) Side - Performing, Transgressing, Queering / Jane Goldman. 11.1. Queer and Now / Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick. 11.2. Post/modern: On the Gay Sensibility, or the Pervert's Revenge on Authenticity - Wilde, Genet, Orton, and Others / Jonathan Dollimore. 11.3. Critically Queer / Judith Butler [...].

Gen PN81 .L58 1999.

Criticism/Literature--History and criticism--Theory, etc.

164. French Literature -- General & pre-20th Century

3641. Constable, Liz, Denisoff, Dennis, and Potolsky, Matthew. Perennial decay : on the aesthetics and politics of decadence. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, c1999. vi, 318 p.

[...] 8. "Comment Peut-on Etre Homosexuel?": Multinational (In)Corporation and the Frenchness of Salome / Melanie C. Hawthorne [...].

Gen PN56.D45 P47 1999.

Decadence (Literary movement)/Decadence in art/Arts, Modern--19th century/Arts, Modern--20th century/Aesthetics, Modern--19th century/Aesthetics, Modern--20th century.

3642. DeJean, Joan E. Fictions of Sappho, 1546-1937. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1989. xviii, 383 p. (Women in culture and society).

Gen, Harp PQ143.A3D450 1989.

Sappho/French literature--History and criticism/French literature--Greek influences/Women poets, Greek, in literature/Lesbianism in literature/Lesbians in literature.

3643. Fisher, Dominique D. and Schehr, Lawrence R. Articulations of difference : gender studies and writing in French. Stanford, Calif: Stanford University Press, 1997. xi, 294 p.

[...] 3. Baudelaire: Homoerotismes / John R. Barberet -- 4. Gay Incipit: Botanical Connections, Nosegays, and Bouquets / George H. Bauer -- 5. Silence, Secrecy, and Scientific Discourse in the Nineteenth Century / Nigel E. Smith -- 6. Histoires d'inversion: Novelizing Homosexuality at the Fin de Siecle / Vernon A. Rosario -- 7. Homosexual Erotic Scripting in Verlaine's Hombres / Charles D. Minahen -- [...]15. The National-Sexual: From the Fear of Ghettos to the Banalization of Queer Practices / Mireille Rosello.

Gen PQ295.H65 A77 1997.

French literature--19th century--History and criticism/French literature--20th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality in literature.

3644. Gassouin, Olivier. Le marquis de Custine : le courage d'être soi-même. Paris: Lumière & Justice, [1987]. 93 p.

Gen PQ2211.C93Z8G25 1987.

Custine, Astolphe/Authors, French--19th century--Biography/Homosexuality, Male--France--History--19th century.

3645. Gray, Floyd. Gender, rhetoric and print culture in French Renaissance writing. Cambridge New York: Cambridge University Press, 2000. vii, 227 p. (Cambridge studies in French, 63).

[...] 5. Sexual marginality. Reading homosexuality. Cross-dressing. The anadrogyne myth. Brantome, medical discourse, and the makings of pornography.

Gen PQ239 .G73 2000.

French literature--16th century--History and criticism/French literature--17th century--History and criticism/Sex in literature/Gender identity in literature.

3646. Lalande, Roxanne Decker . A labor of love : critical reflections on the writings of Marie-Catherine Desjardins (Mme de Villedieu). Madison [N.J.] London: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press Associated University Presses, c2000. 222 p.

Pt. I. Introduction. Writing Straight From the Heart / Roxanne Decker Lalande -- Pt. II. Dramatic Works. Conspirators and Tyrants in the Plays of Villedieu / Perry J. Gethner. Staging Foucquet: Historical and Theatrical Contexts of Villedieu's Le Favori / Chloe Hogg. Men in Love in the Plays of Mme de Villedieu / Henriette Goldwyn -- Pt. III. Short Stories, Annals, and Letters. Inscribing the Feminine in Seventeenth-Century Narratives: The Case of Madame de Villedieu / Nancy D. Klein. Secret Writing, Public Reading: Madame de Villedieu's Lettres et billets galants / Elizabeth C. Goldsmith -- Pt. IV. Novelistic Works. Villedieu's Transvestite Text: The Literary Economy of Gender and Genre in Les Memoires de la vie de Henriette-Sylvie de Moliere / Margaret P. Wise. The Play of Pleasure and the Pleasure of Play in the Memoires de la vie de Henriette-Sylvie de Moliere / Donna Kuizenga. Sex, Lies, and Authorship in Villedieu's Les Desordres de l'amour / Roxanne Decker Lalande. Apprentices and Collaborators: Villedieu's Worldly Readers / Faith E. Beasley.

Gen PQ1794.D5 L33 2000.

Villedieu, Mme de.

3647. Nelson, Ida. La sottie sans souci : essai d'interprétation homosexuelle. Paris: H. Champion, 1977. 276 p.

Gen PQ515.N40.

French drama--To 1500--History and criticism/French farces--History and criticism/Satire, French--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--France/Gays' writings--History and criticism.

3648. Porter, Laurence M. Approaches to teaching Baudelaire's Flowers of evil. New York: Modern Language Association of America, 2000. ix, 209 p. (Approaches to teaching world literature).

[...] Baudelaire's Lesbian Connections / Gretchen M. Schultz. [...].

Gen PQ2191.F63 A67 2000.

Baudelaire, Charles/Baudelaire, Charles.

3649. Rosario, Vernon A. The erotic imagination : French histories of perversity . New York: Oxford University Press, 1997. x, 244 p. (Ideologies of desire).

Partial contents: 3. Inverts: Pointy Penises, Hysterical Mollies, and Literary Homosexuals.

Gen HQ463 .R545 1997.

Erotica--France--History--18th century/Erotic literature, French/Sex customs--France--History--18th century/Hygiene, Sexual--France--History--18th century.

3650. Saylor, Douglas B. The sadomasochistic homotext : readings in Sade, Balzac, and Proust. New York: Peter Lang, 1993. 127 p. (Sexuality and literature, vol. 2).

Ch. 1. Sadomasochism and Homosexuality -- Ch. 2. Freud, Plato, and the Death of the Father -- Ch. 3. Sade and the Law of Sodomy -- Ch. 4. Vautrin, Paternity and Incest -- Ch. 5. Proust, Inversion, and Fiction.

Gen PQ637.H65S290 1993.

Sade/Balzac, Honoré de/Proust, Marcel/French fiction--Men authors--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--France/Sexual deviation in literature/Psychoanalysis and literature/Sadomasochism in literature/Patriarchy in literature/Fathers in literature.

3651. Sehen, Lesen, Begehren : Homosexualität in französischer Literatur und Kultur. Berlin: Edition Tranvia, 2001. 280 p. (Gender studies Romanistik, Bd. 6).

Conference proceedings. 1 French, 12 German contributions.

Gen PQ145.1.H66S44 2001.

French literature--History and criticism/Homosexuality in literature.

3652. Spirito, Piero. Il giudice e la chimera : ermafroditi processati dall'ancien régime nei racconti di François Gayot de Pitaval. Roma: Biblioteca del vascello, 1992. 91 p.

Gen PQ1985.G4Z8S7 1992 .

Gayot de Pitaval, François/Hermaphroditism in literature.

3653. Stambolian, George and Marks, Elaine. Homosexualities and French literature : cultural contexts, critical texts. Ithaca, N.Y: Cornell University Press, 1979. 387 p.

Gen, Harp PQ145.1.H7H76.

French literature--History and criticism/Homosexuality in literature/Homosexuality and literature.

3654. Taylor, Karen J. Gender transgressions : crossing the normative barrier in Old French literature. New York: Garland Pub, 1998. xv, 203 p. (Garland reference library of the humanities, vol. 2064).

I. Rape, Redemption, and the Grateful Dead: Richars li biaus / Catherine M. Jones -- II. When a Rose Is not a Rose: Homoerotic Emblems in the Roman de la Rose / Ellen L. Friedrich -- III. "Plus acesmez qu'une popine": Male Cross-Dressing in Medieval French Narrative / Keith Busby -- IV. The Grammar of the Sexes in Medieval French Romance / Michelle Szkilnik -- V. A Heroine's Sexual Itinerary: Incest, Transvestism, and Same-Sex Marriage in Yde et Olive / Robert L. A. Clark -- VI. "Tu cuides que nos seions taus / Come autres femes comunaus": The Sexually Confident Woman in the Roman de Troie / Glenda Warren Carl -- VII. Sexual Identity in Floire et Blancheflor and Ami et Amile / Phillip McCaffrey -- VIII. The Structuring of Feminine Empowerment: Gender and Triangular Relationships in Marie de France / Nora Cottille-Foley -- IX. Desexualizing the Stereotypes: Techniques of Gender Reversal in Chretien's Chevalier au lion and Chevalier a la charrete / Karen J. Taylor.

Gen PQ155.S48 G46 1998.

French literature--To 1500--History and criticism/Sex role in literature/Gender identity in literature/Homosexuality in literature.

3655. Waelti-Walters, Jennifer. Damned women : lesbians in French novels, 1796-1996. Montreal Ithaca: McGill-Queen's University Press, c2000. 270 p.

Gen PQ637.H65 W35 2000.

Lesbians in literature/French fiction--History and criticism/Lesbians' writings, French--History and criticism/French fiction--Women authors--History and criticism.

165. French Literature -- 20th Century

3656. Ahlstedt, Eva. André Gide et le débat sur l'homosexualité : de L'Immoraliste (1902) à Si le grain ne meurt (1926). Göteborg: Acta Universitatis Gothoburgensis, 1994. 291 p. (Romanica Gothoburgensia, 43).

Gen PQ2260.G45Z8A567 1994.

Gide, André/Homosexuality in literature.

3657. Apter, Emily S. André Gide and the codes of homotextuality. Saratoga, Calif: Anma Libri, 1987. xi, 162 p. (Stanford French and Italian studies, v. 48).

Gen PQ2260.G45Z8A66 1987.

Gide, André/Homosexuality in literature/Psychoanalysis and literature.

3658. Barney, Natalie Clifford and Livia, Anna. A perilous advantage : the best of Natalie Clifford Barney. Norwich, Vt: New Victoria Publishers, 1992. xiv, 198 p.

Gen PQ2603.A75A2L7 1992.

Barney, Natalie Clifford/Authors, French--20th century--Biography/Americans--France--Paris--Biography/Lesbians--France--Paris--Biography.

3659. Bonnet, Henri. Les amours et la sexualité de Marcel Proust. Paris: Nizet, [1985]. 101 p.

Gen PQ2383.P5Z8B74 1985.

Proust, Marcel/Love in literature/Sex in literature/Homosexuality in literature/Novelists, French--20th century--Biography.

3660. Cabanis, José. Autour de Dieu et le diable à la NRF : notules. Pin Balma (France): Sables, 1996. 95 p.

Gen PQ2625.A69Z62 1996.

Martin Du Gard, Roger/Gallimard (Firm)/Nouvelle revue française/Sex customs--France/Homosexuality and literature--France--History--20th century.

3661. Cabanis, José. Le Diable à la NRF 1911-1951. [Paris]: Gallimard, 1996. 179, [6] p.

Gen PQ2625.A69Z8C33 1996.

Martin Du Gard, Roger/Gallimard (Firm)/Nouvelle revue française/Sex customs--France/Homosexuality and literature--France--History--20th century.

3662. Cairns, Lucille. Privileged pariahdom : homosexuality in the novels of Dominique Fernandez. Bern, New York: P. Lang, 1996. 178, [1] p.

Gen PQ2666.E696Z62 1996.

Fernandez, Dominique/Homosexuality in literature.

3663. Chalon, Jean. Portrait d'une séductrice. Paris: Stock, 1976. 353 p., [4] leaves of plates.

Gen PQ2603.A75Z8C43.

Barney, Natalie Clifford/Authors, French--Biography/Lesbians--Biography.

3664. Cooper, Sarah. Relating to queer theory : rereading sexual self-definition with Irigaray, Kristeva, Wittig, and Cixous. Bern New York: Peter Lang, c2000. 231 p. (Modern French identities, v 3).

Gen PQ149.C66 2000.

French literature--Women authors--History and criticism/French literature--20th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality in literature.

3665. Eekhoud, Georges. Georges Eekhoud : un illustre uraniste. Lille: Gai-Kitsch-Camp, 1996. 55 p.

Gen PQ2609.E5Z644 1996.

Eekhoud, Georges/Homosexuality in literature.

3666. Fisher, Dominique D. and Schehr, Lawrence R. Articulations of difference : gender studies and writing in French. Stanford, Calif: Stanford University Press, 1997. xi, 294 p.

[...] 3. Baudelaire: Homoerotismes / John R. Barberet -- 4. Gay Incipit: Botanical Connections, Nosegays, and Bouquets / George H. Bauer -- 5. Silence, Secrecy, and Scientific Discourse in the Nineteenth Century / Nigel E. Smith -- 6. Histoires d'inversion: Novelizing Homosexuality at the Fin de Siecle / Vernon A. Rosario -- 7. Homosexual Erotic Scripting in Verlaine's Hombres / Charles D. Minahen -- [...]15. The National-Sexual: From the Fear of Ghettos to the Banalization of Queer Practices / Mireille Rosello.

Gen PQ295.H65 A77 1997.

French literature--19th century--History and criticism/French literature--20th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality in literature.

3667. Gay signatures : gay and lesbian theory, fiction and film in France, 1945-1995. Oxford New York: Berg, 1998. x, 227 p.

Introduction: Reading Gay Signatures / Owen Heathcote, Alex Hughes and James S. Williams -- 1. Cruising (Through) Encounters / Michael Worton -- 2. Reconsidering 'Gay': Hocquenghem, Identity Politics and the Baroque / Bill Marshall -- 3. Are Lesbians Women? The Relationship between Lesbianism and Feminism in the Work of Luce Irigaray and Monique Wittig / Renate Gunther -- 4. The Outlaw Returns: Homos vs. Tradition in the New Work of Leo Bersani / James S. Williams -- 5. Commodifying Queer: Violette Leduc's Autobiographical Homotextualities / Alex Hughes -- 6. 'Hardly Grazing', Josiane Balasko's Gazon mandit (1995): The mise-en-textes and mise-en-scene of Sexuality/ies / Susan Hayward -- 7. 'A Walk along the side of the Motorway': AIDS and the Spectacular Body of Herve Guibert / Murray Pratt -- 8. Jobs for the Boys? Or: What's New About the Male Hunter in Duvert, Guibert and Jourdan? / Owen Heathcote -- 9. Visions of Excess: Filming/Writing the Gay Self in Collard's Savage Nights / Brigitte Rollet and James S. Williams.

Gen PQ145.1.H66 G39 1998 .

Homosexuality and literature--France.

3668. Gury, Christian. L'honneur piétiné d'un domestique homosexuel en 1909 : sur Gide et Corydon. Paris: Kimé, 1999. 216 p. (Collection "Le sens de l'histoire").

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Gen PQ2613.I2C831G87 1999.

Gide, André/Gide, André/Renard, Pierre C/Biography/Homosexuality/XXth century.

3669. Hübner, Raoul. Härten der Schreibweise : literarische Positionen französischer Homosexueller : eine Erkundung. Aachen: Rimbaud Presse, 1981. 20 p.

Includes five translations by the author from various authors.

Gen PQ307.H6H80 1981.

French literature--20th century--History and criticism/Gays in literature.

3670. Hanrahan, Mairéad. Lire Genet : une poétique de la différence. Montréal: Presses de l'Université de Montréal, 1997. 236 p. (Espace littéraire études).

Publ. en collab. avec: Presses de l'Université de Lyon.

Gen PQ2613.E53Z727 1997.

Genet, Jean/Différences entre sexes (Psychologie) dans la littérature/Homosexualité dans la littérature/Sex differences (Psychology) in literature/Homosexuality in literature.

3671. Hawthorne, Melanie and Golsan, Richard Joseph. Gender and fascism in modern France. Hanover [N.H.]: University Press of New England, 1997. ix, 229 p. (Contemporary French culture and society).

Gen PQ307.F3G46 1997.

French literature--20th century--History and criticism/French literature--19th century--History and criticism/Fascism in literature/Fascism and women--France/Homosexuality and literature--France/Fascism and literature--France.

3672. Huas, Jeanine. L'homosexualité au temps de Proust. Dinard: Editions Danclau, 1992. 217, [12] p.

Gen HQ76.25.H830 1992.

Proust, Marcel/Homosexuality--France--History--19th century/Homosexuality--France--History--20th century.

3673. Hughes, Alex. Heterographies : sexual difference in French autobiography. Oxford New York: Berg, c1999. vii, 186 p.

1. Childhood Memories: Textual Burial and 'Obsessional' Narrative in Violette Leduc's L'Asphyxie and Jean-Paul Sartre's Les Mots -- 2. Photography, Desire and Fetishism: Reading (and) the Autobio/photographical Writings of Herve Guibert and Marguerite Duras -- 3. Imagining North Africa: Sexuality, Gender and Colonial Space -- 4. Configuring the Clinic: Medical Geographies in Guibert and Beauvoir -- 5. Queer Articulations.

Gen PQ629 .H84 1999.

French prose literature--History and criticism.

3674. Jay, Karla. The amazon and the page : Natalie Clifford Barney and Renée Vivien. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1988. xv, 152 p.

Gen PQ2603.A75Z8J42 1988.

Barney, Natalie Clifford/Vivien, Renée/French literature--Women authors--History and criticism/Women and literature--France--History/Feminism and literature--France--History/Women authors, French--Biography/Lesbians--France--Biography/France--Exiles--Biography.

3675. Knight, Diana. Barthes and utopia : space, travel, writing. Oxford, New York: Clarendon Press, Oxford University Press, 1997. xi, 287 p.

Gen PN75.B29K55 1997.

Barthes, Roland/Utopias in literature/Space flight in literature/Travel in literature/Homosexuality in literature/Exoticism in literature.

3676. Ladenson, Elisabeth. Proust's lesbianism. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1999. xi, 138 p.

Introduction: Pussy Galore and the Daughters of Bilitis -- 1. Sexual/Textual Inversion -- 2. Gomorrah and Sodom -- 3. Reading between the Blinds -- 4. The Evolution of Gomorrah -- 5. Mothers and Daughters: The Origins of Gomorrah -- Conclusion: Proust, Marcel, and Gender Theory.

Gen PQ2631.R63 A82765 1999 .

Proust, Marcel/Proust, Marcel/Lesbians in literature/Homosexuality in literature/Homosexuality and literature--France--History--19th century.

3677. Lance, Daniel. Au-delà du désir : littérature, sexualités et éthique. Paris: Harmattan, c2000. 252 p.

Un desir, trois auteurs : Paul Claudel, Jean Genet et Tennessee Williams -- Le champ des hétérosexualités -- Identités, violence et homosexualités -- Vers une réflexion sur la "règle.".

Gen PN56.H57 L37 2000.

Homosexuality in literature/Heterosexuality in literature/Literature--20th century--History and criticism.

3678. Louÿs, Pierre, Vivien, Renée, Barney, Natalie Clifford, and Goujon, Jean-Paul. Correspondances croisées : suivies de deux lettres inédites de Renée Vivien à Natalie Barney et de divers documents. Muizon: A l'écart, 1983. 116, [3] p., [14] leaves of plates.

Gen PQ2340.L2Z8A3 1983.

Louÿs, Pierre/Vivien, Renée/Barney, Natalie Clifford/Authors, French--20th century--Correspondence/Lesbians--France--Correspondence.

3679. Lucey, Michael. Gide's bent : sexuality, politics, writing. New York: Oxford University Press, 1995. vi, 238 p. (Ideologies of desire).

Gen PQ2260.G45Z8L94 1995.

Gide, André/Homosexuality and literature--France--History--20th century/Politics and literature--France--History--20th century/Literature and society--France--History--20th century/Gay men in literature/Utopias in literature/Sex in literature.

3680. Luckhurst, Nicola. Science and structure in Proust's A la recherche du temps perdu. Oxford New York: Clarendon Press Oxford University Press, 2000. viii, 262 p. (Oxford modern languages and literature monographs).

[...] 6.1. Revelation and the archive: male homosexuality. 6.2. Revelation and aporia: female homosexuality [...].

Gen PQ2631.R63 A8287 2000.

Serendipity.Proust, Marcel/Literature and science.

3681. Meyer, Bernard. Eros jouhandelien : l'attrait de l'homme dans les premières oeuvres de Marcel Jouhandeau. Paris: L'Harmattan, 1994. 109 p. (Collection Littératures).

At head of title: Université de la Réunion, Faculté des lettres et des sciences humaines. "Publications de Centre de recherches littéraires et historiques.".

Gen PQ2619.O92Z8M55 1994.

Jouhandeau, Marcel/Homosexuality in literature.

3682. Parker, Alice. Liminal visions of Nicole Brossard. New York: P. Lang, c1998. viii, 287 p. (Francophone cultures and literatures, vol. 16).

[...] 1. In the Beginning Is Desire -- 2. A Differential Equation of Lesbian Love -- 3. Holographic Writing: The Generic Woman -- 4. Reading Nicole Brossard Reading Djuna Barnes: Intertextuality and Subjectivity -- 5. Open Work: The Mauve Horizon [...].

Gen PQ3919.2.B75 Z83 1998.

Brossard, Nicole/Postmodernism (Literature)/Lesbians in literature/Feminism in literature.

3683. Pollard, Patrick. André Gide : homosexual moralist. London New Haven: Yale University Press, 1991. xvi, 498 p., [6] p. of plates.

Gen PQ2260.G45Z8P77 1991.

Gide, André/Homosexuality and literature--France/Ethics in literature.

3684. Rivers, J. E. Proust and the art of love : the aesthetics of sexuality in the life, times, & art of Marcel Proust. New York: Columbia University Press, 1980. xiii, 327 p.

Gen PQ2383.P5Z8R58.

Proust, Marcel/Love in literature/Sex in literature/Homosexuality in literature.

3685. Robinson, Christopher. Scandal in the ink : male and female homosexuality in twentieth-century French literature. London New York: Cassell, 1995. xi, 272 p. (Cassell lesbian and gay studies).

Gen PQ307.H6R62 1995.

French literature--20th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality in literature/Lesbianism in literature/French literature/Special subjects/Sexuality.

3686. Schehr, Lawrence R. Alcibiades at the door : gay discourses in French literature. Stanford, Calif: Stanford University Press, 1995. xiv, 207 p.

Gen PQ629.S330 1995.

French prose literature--20th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--France--History--20th century/Gay men's writings, French--History and criticism/Gay men--France--Intellectual life/Homosexuality in literature.

3687. Schrader, Sabine. "Mon cas n'est pas unique" : der homosexuelle Diskurs in französischen Autobiographien des 20. Jahrhunderts. Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler, 1999. ix, 325 p.

Gen PQ307.H6S373 1999.

Homosexuality and literature--France--History--20th century/Autobiography--French authors--History--20th century/Autobiography.

3688. Sheridan, Alan. André Gide : a life in the present. London New York, N.Y: H. Hamilton Penguin Books Penguin Putnam, 1998. xix, 709 p., [16] p. of plates.

1. Two Stars, Two Races, Two Provinces, Two Faiths -- 2. Childhood: Schooldays and Holidays (October 1874-October 1880) -- 3. Youth: God and Love (October 1880-September 1889) -- 4. Andre Walter: Puritan and Narcissist (October 1889-June 1891) -- 5. The Ironic Narcissist: Le Traite du Narcisse, Poesies d'Andre Walter, Le Voyage d'Urien, La Tentative amoureuse (June 1891-October 1893) -- 6. Liberation and ... Engagement: 'J'ecris ... Paludes' (October 1893-June 1895) -- 7. Marriage and Nomadism: Les Nourritures terrestres, Saul, Le Promethee mal enchaine, Philoctete (June 1895-October 1898) -- 8. High Hopes Brought Low: Le Roi Candaule and L'Immoraliste (November 1898-October 1902) -- 9. The Barren Years: Le Retour de l'Enfant prodigue and La Porte etroite (October 1902-October 1908) -- 10. The 'New' Gide and the Founding of the NRF: Isabelle and Les Caves du Vatican (October 1908-August 1914) -- 11. The War: De Profundis, Summer's Lease (August 1914-November 1918) -- 12. The Post-War Years: La Symphonie Pastorale (November 1918-December 1921) -- 13. Gide, Homosexual Theorist and Father: Corydon and Les Faux-Monnayeurs (January 1922-July 1925) -- 14. Heart of Darkness: Voyage au Congo and L'Ecole des femmes (July 1925-December 1930) -- 15. Gide, 'Fellow-traveller': Oedipe, Persephone and Les Nouvelles Nourritures (January 1931-June 1936) -- 16. Retreat from Moscow, a Sense of Ending: Retour de l'U.R.S.S. and Genevieve (June 1936-September 1939) -- 17. Another War: Retreat and Exile (September 1939-May 1945) -- 18. 'The End of Life ... A Rather Dull Last Act': Thesee and Ainsi soit-il (May 1945-February 1951) -- Family Tree: The Gide Family -- Family Tree: The Rondeaux Family.

Gen, Harp PQ2613.I2Z69 1998.

Gide, André/Authors, French--20th century.

3689. Waelti-Walters, Jennifer. Damned women : lesbians in French novels, 1796-1996. Montreal Ithaca: McGill-Queen's University Press, c2000. 270 p.

Gen PQ637.H65 W35 2000.

Lesbians in literature/French fiction--History and criticism/Lesbians' writings, French--History and criticism/French fiction--Women authors--History and criticism.

3690. Williams, James S. The erotics of passage : pleasure, politics, and form in the later work of Marguerite Duras. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1997. xi, 243 p.

1. The Daisy Chain -- 2. Le systeme D.: Le camion -- 3. Every Which Way but Loose: Duras and the Erotic Crimes of Montage -- 4. Midnight Tales of Great Men: Error, Intertextuality, and ecriture courante -- 5. All Her Sons: Duras, Anti-literature, and the Outside -- 6. Sublime, forcement sublime Marguerite D.? Sex, Lies, and Politics in the Real -- 7. M.D./'Y.A., homosexuel': Literary Collaboration and the Sexual Cure.

Gen PQ2607.U8245 Z938 1997.

Duras, Marguerite/Sex in literature/Intertextuality.

3691. Rosbo, Patrick de, Institut national de l'audiovisuel (France), and Radio-France. Marguerite Yourcenar personnages entre mythe et histoire. Paris: INA/Radio France, p1998. 2 sound discs (127 min.).

"211787 HMCD 76x2." 2 CD set. On CD1, track 5 in entitled: "La connotation homosexuelle.".

AudCD PQ2649.O8Z8Y81 1998.

Yourcenar, Marguerite/Women authors, French--20th century--Interviews.

166. German Literature -- General & pre-20th Century

3692. Derks, Paul. Die Schande der heiligen Päderastie : Homosexualität und Öffentlichkeit in der deutschen Literatur 1750-1850. Berlin: Verlag Rosa Winkel, 1990. 723 p. (Homosexualität und Literatur, Bd. 3).

A revision and enlargement of the author's Habilitationsschrift--Universität-Gesamthochschule-Essen, 1981.

Gen PT313.D460 1990.

German literature--18th century--History and criticism/German literature--19th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality in literature/Homosexuality and literature/Criticism--Germany--History.

3693. Dietrich, Hans. Die Freundesliebe in der deutschen Literatur. Berlin: R. Winkel, 1996. xiv, 194 p. (Homosexualität und Literatur, Bd. 9).

Originally published: Leipzig : W. Hellbach, 1931.

Gen PT134.H73D54 1996.

German literature--Themes, motives/Homosexuality in literature/Friendship in literature.

3694. Gustafson, Susan E. Men desiring men : the poetry of same-sex identity and desire in German classicism. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, c2002. 261 p.

Gen PT313 .G87 2002.

German literature--18th century--History and criticism/German literature--19th century--History and criticism/Classicism--Germany/Homosexuality, Male, in literature.

3695. Herminghouse, Patricia and Mueller, Magda. Gender and Germanness : cultural productions of nation. Providence [R.I.]: Berghahn Books, 1997. vii, 344 p. (Modern German studies, v. 4).

[...] Ch. 16. Bodies for Germany, Bodies for Socialism: The German Democratic Republic Devises a Gay (Male) Body / Denis Sweet [...].

Gen PT111 .P37 1997.

German literature--History and criticism/Gender identity in literature/Nationalism in literature/Arts, German/Gender identity in art/Germany--In literature.

3696. Jackson, David. Taboos in German literature. Providence, R.I: Berghahn Books, 1996. vi, 216 p.

Gen PT111.T30 1996.

German literature--History and criticism/Literature and society--Germany--History/Taboo in literature/Sex in literature/Homosexuality in literature/Politics in literature.

3697. Jones, James W. "We of the third sex" : literary representations of homosexuality in Wilhelmine Germany. New York: P. Lang, 1990. x, 346 p.

A revised and somewhat enlarged version of the first half of the author's thesis (Ph. D.--University of Wisconsin) presented under the title: The third sex in German literature from the turn of the century to 1933.

Gen PT405.J640 1990.

German literature--20th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality in literature/Literature and society--Germany--History--20th century/Homosexuality--Germany/Germany--Politics and government--1888-1918.

3698. Kuzniar, Alice A. Outing Goethe & his age. Stanford, Calif: Stanford University Press, 1996. x, 297 p.

Gen PT2200.H65O94 1996.

Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von/German literature--19th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality in literature.

3699. Lorey, Christoph and Plews, John. Queering the canon : defying sights in German literature and culture. Columbia, SC: Camden House, 1998. xxiv, 498 p.

Defying Sights in German Literature and Culture: An Introduction to Queering the Canon / Christoph Lorey and John L. Plews -- Queer Theory: History, Status, Trends, and Problems / Holger A. Pausch -- Homosexual Love Between "Degeneration of Human Material" and "Love of Mankind": Demographical Perspectives on Homosexuality in Nineteenth-Century Germany / Angela Taeger -- A/Symmetrical Reading of Inversion in Fin-de-Siecle Music, Musicology, and Sexology / Martin Scherzinger and Neville Hoad -- The Butler Boom: Queer Theory's Impact on German Women's/Gender Studies / Evelyn Annuss and Robert Schmidt -- Reflections of Homosexuality in Medieval Poetry and Chronicles / Helmut Brall -- Queer Desires and the Middle High German Comic Tale: Dietrich von der Glezze's Der Borte / Martin Blum -- Margarete von Parma in Goethe's Egmont: Text and Performance / David G. John -- "Love only succors / Those who can love": Mephisto's Desiring Gaze in Goethe's Faust / Silke R. Falkner -- Thomas Mann's Queer Schiller / Robert Tobin -- The Dubious Magic of Male Beauty: Politics and Homoeroticism in the Lives and Works of Thomas and Klaus Mann / Harry Oosterhuis -- Bildung and Desire: Anna Elisabet Weirauch's Der Skorpion / Nancy P. Nenno -- That Obscure Object of Desire: Fantasy and Disaster in Ingeborg Bachmann's A Step Towards Gomorrah / Karin Bauer -- Christa Reinig's Lesbian Warriors: One Sunday During the War of the Genders / Cathrin Winkelmann -- "Ich gebare nicht. Ich begehre dich": The Lesbian Vampire as Mother/Artist in Elfriede Jelinek / Ralph J. Poole -- "Der Kitzel der bosen Gedanken": Representations of Lesbian Pornography in Regina Nossler's Strafe Muss Sein / Amanda L. Mitchell -- Renegade Lit: Gay Writing at the End of Socialist East Germany / Denis M. Sweet -- The Genre Cycle of German Gay Coming-Out Films, 1970-1994 / Les Wright -- History and Homosexuality in Frank Ripploh's Taxi to the Toilet / James W. Jones -- Camp, Music, and the Production of History: Anita and Rosa von Praunheim / Caryl Flinn -- Out of Hollywod: Monika Treut's Virgin Machine and Percy Adlon's Bagdad Cafe / Sunka Simon -- Gender, Sex, and Sexuality: The Use of Music as a Collateral Marketing Device in Maybe ... Maybe Not / Ute Lischke-McNab -- Performances of Masculinity in Attila Richard Lukacs's E-Werk / Piet Defraeye.

Gen PT71 .Q44 1998.

German literature--History and criticism--Theory, etc/Homosexuality and literature/Arts, German/Homosexuality and art/Homosexuality--Philosophy/Gay and lesbian studies.

3700. MacLeod, Catriona. Embodying ambiguity : androgyny and aesthetics from Winckelmann to Keller. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, c1998. 302 p.

Introduction: Theorizing Androgyny -- 1. Toward an Androgynous Aesthetic. The "Middle Way" in an Age of Difference. Winckelmann: The Beautiful Boy as esthetic Icon. Wilhelm von Humboldt: Gendering Genius. Schiller: Androgyny and the Aesthetic State. F. Schlegel: Androgynous Chaos - Androgynous Stasis -- 2. Pedagogy and Androgyny in Wilhelm Meisters Lehrjahre -- 3. Disciplining the Androgynous Body. Twilight Zones: Eichendorff and Female Transvestism. From Pygmalion to Perseus: Narrative and Mortification in Heine's Florentinische Nachte -- 4. Collecting Statues. Androgyny and Narrative Petrification: Stifter's Der Nachsommer. Mirror Effects: Sexual/Textual Refractions in the Narratives of Gottfried Keller.

Gen PT313 .M33 1998.

German literature--18th century--History and criticism/German literature--19th century--History and criticism/Androgyny (Psychology) in literature/Aesthetics, German--18th century/Aesthetics, German--19th century/Bildungsroman.

3701. Popp, Wolfgang and Härle, Gerhard. Grenzüberschreitungen : Friedenspädagogik, Geschlechter-Diskurs, Literatur - Sprache - Didaktik : Festschrift für Wolfgang Popp zum 60. Geburtstag. Essen: Verl. Die Blaue Eule, 1995. 404 p.

Gen PT36.P666G74 1995.

Popp, Wolfgang/German literature--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature.

3702. Tobin, Robert Deam. Warm brothers : queer theory and the age of Goethe. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, c2000. x, 240 p. (New cultural studies).

Preface: Panic in Weimar -- 1. Queering the Eighteenth Century -- 2. Warm Signifiers: Eighteenth-Century Codes of Male-Male Desire -- 3. Jean Paul's Oriental Homosexualities -- 4. Literary Cures in Wieland and Moritz -- 5. Pederasty and Pharmaka in Goethe's Works -- 6. Performing Gender in Wilhelm Meister: Goethe on Italian Transvestites -- 7. Male Members: Ganymede, Prometheus, Faust -- 8. Thomas Mann's Queer Schiller -- 9. Lichtenberg's Queer Fragments: Sexuality and the Aphorism -- Conclusion. Made in Germany: Modern Sexuality.

Gen PT321 .T58 2000.

German literature--18th century--History and criticism/German literature--19th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality in literature/Homosexuality and literature/Homosexuality--Germany--History.

3703. Whitinger, Raleigh. Johannes Schlaf and German naturalist drama. Columbia, S.C., U.S.A: Camden House, c1997. x, 193 p. (Studies in German literature, linguistics, and culture (Unnumbered)).

[...] 8. Schlaf's Dramas in the Context of Homosexual Writing and Reform [...].

Gen PT2638.L2Z95 1997.

Schlaf, Johannes/German drama--19th century--History and criticism/Naturalism in literature.

3704. Zwetz, Ulrich. Das Geheimnis der Schrift : zum Symptom der Bisexualität bei Clemens Brentano. Lage (Allemagne): H. Jacobs, c1998. 451 p.

Gen PT1825 .Z5 Z94 1998.

Brentano, Clemens/Brentano, Clemens/Sexualité dans la littérature/Bisexuality in literature.

167. German Literature -- 20th Century

3705. Blackshire-Belay, Carol . The Germanic mosaic : cultural and linguistic diversity in society. Westport, Conn: Greenwood Press, 1994. xii, 318 p. (Contributions in ethnic studies, no. 33).

Includes: Chapters 29, The Construction of Homosexuality in National Socialist Germany / Robert Vocca -- 30. Homosexual Identity (Misin)Formation in Hesse's Demian / Patrick J. Gignac.

Gen PD25.G390 1994.

Germanic philology.

3706. Erath, Adelgunde. Seht den Homo : Tagebuch der Auseinandersetzung mit dem Suizid des Lyrikers Peter W. Schmid. Frankfurt: Haag + Herchen, 1991. 114 p. (Schriften zur Lebensform Homosexualität, Bd. 1).

Gen PT2680.M6Z8E6 1991.

Schmid, Peter W./Authors, German--20th century--Biography/Homosexuality, Male.

3707. Ewering, Cäcilia. Frauenliebe und -literatur : (un)gelebte (Vor)Bilder bei Ingeborg Bachmann, Johanna Moosdorf und Christa Reinig. Essen: Blaue Eule, 1992. 131 p. (Literatur Männlichkeit, Weiblichkeit, Bd. 4).

Gen PT151.W7E83 1992.

German fiction--20th century--History and criticism/German fiction--Women authors--History and criticism/Lesbianism in literature.

3708. Foell, Kristie A. Blind reflections : gender in Elias Canetti's Die Blendung. Riverside, CA: Ariadne Press, 1994. viii, 241 p. (Studies in Austrian literature, culture, and thought).

Gen PT2605.A25B68F6 1994.

Sex differences in literature/Sex in literature/Men in literature/Women in literature.

3709. Hurrelmann, Bettina, Kublitz-Kramer, Maria, and Röttger, Brigitte. Man müsste ein Mann sein-- ? : Interpretationen und Kontroversen zu Geschlechtertausch-Geschichten in der Frauenliteratur. 1. Aufl. Düsseldorf: Schwann, 1987. 191 p.

Die Geschlechteraustausch-Geschichten / Maria Kublitz -- Der "Geschlechteraustausch" in psychoanalytischer Sicht / Claus von Bormann -- Textverstehen im Gesprächsprozess / Bettina Hurrelmann -- Entwurf eines Kategoriensystems zur Analyse epischer Figuren und Handlungen / Jörn Stückrath -- Leseprozess und Interpretationsmethoden / Karlheinz Fingerhut -- Die Versöhnung der Töchter / Wolfgang Erdbrügge -- Sarah Kirsch, "Blitz aus heiterem Himmel" / Brigitte Röttger.

Gen PT772.M26 1987.

German fiction--20th century--History and criticism/German fiction--Women authors--History and criticism/Sex role in literature/Sex change in literature/Androgyny (Psychology) in literature/Feminism and literature--Germany.

3710. Jerome, Roy. Conceptions of postwar German masculinity. Albany: State University of New York Press, c2001. xii, 338 p.

Partial contents: Homosexual images of masculinity in German-language literature after 1945 / Wolfgang Popp.

Gen BF692.5.C66 2001.

Masculinity--Germany--History--20th century.

3711. Keilson-Lauritz, Marita . Die Geschichte der eigenen Geschichte : Literatur und Literaturkritik in den Anfängen der Schwulenbewegung am Beispiel des Jahrbuchs für sexuelle Zwischenstufen und der Zeitschrift Der Eigene. Berlin: Verlag rosa Winkel, 1997. 552 p. (Homosexualität und Literatur, Bd. 11).

Gen PT134.H73K45 1997.

Jahrbuch für sexuelle Zwischenstufen/Eigene/Homosexuality and literature--Germany/Gays' writings, German--History and criticism/German literature--20th century--History and criticism/Literature and society--Germany--History--20th century.

3712. Keilson-Lauritz, Marita . Von der Liebe die Freundschaft heisst : zur Homoerotik im Werk Stefan Georges. Berlin: R. Winkel, 1987. 159 p. (Homosexualität und Literatur, Bd. 2).

Gen PT2613.E6Z8K28 1987.

George, Stefan Anton/Homosexuality and literature--Germany/Love in literature.

3713. Klappentexte. Berlin: Rosa Winkel, 1980-1984.

Gen PN56.H57K53.

Homosexuality and literature--Periodicals/German literature--20th century--Periodicals/German literature--20th century--History and criticism--Periodicals/Homosexuality, Male--Germany (West)--Periodicals.

3714. Kolleritsch, Otto. Die Musik, das Leben und der Irrtum : Thomas Bernhard und die Musik. Wien: Universal-Edition, 2000. 249 p. (Studien zur Wertungsforschung, Bd. 37).

[...] Holzfällen; Männliche Homosexualität als Thema der Bernhardschen Prosa / Alfred Pfabigan [...].

Gen ML55.S9103 v.37.

Bernhard, Thomas/Music in literature.

3715. Krey, Friedhelm. Hans Henny Jahnn und die mann-männliche Liebe. Frankfurt New York: P. Lang, 1987. vii, 458 p.

Gen PT2619.A42Z8K9 1987.

Jahnn, Hans Henny/Homosexuality, Male, in literature.

3716. Linck, Dirck. Halbweib und Maskenbildner : Subjektivität und schwule Erfahrung im Werk Josef Winklers. Berlin: Verlag Rosa Winkel, 1993. 341 p. (Homosexualität und Literatur, Bd. 7).

Revision of the author's thesis (doctoral)--Universität Hannover, 1992.

Gen PT2685.I56Z8L73 1993.

Winkler, Josef/Homosexuality in literature.

3717. Marti, Madeleine. Hinterlegte Botschaften : die Darstellung lesbischer Frauen in der deutschsprachigen Literatur seit 1945. Stuttgart: Metzler, 1992. 431 p.

Originally presented as the author's thesis (doctoral--Universität Marburg, 1991).

Gen PT1141.M377 1992.

German literature--20th century--Themes, motives/German literature--Women authors--History and criticism/Lesbians in literature.

3718. Meyer, Carla. Vertauschte Geschlechte--verrückte Utopien : Geschlechtertausch-Phantasien in der DDR-Literatur der siebziger Jahre. Pfaffenweiler: Centaurus, 1995. 257 p. (Thetis, Bd. 7).

Originally presented as the author's thesis (doctoral)--Universität Freiburg i.Br, 1992.

Gen PT3710.S4M49x 1995.

German literature--Germany (East)--History and criticism/German literature--20th century--History and criticism/Sex change in literature.

3719. Molitor, Dietrich and Popp, Wolfgang. Siegener Hans Henny Jahnn Kolloquium Siegener Hans Henny Jahnn Kolloquium : Homosexualität und Literatur. Essen: Blaue Eule, 1986. 254 p. (Kultur, Literatur, Kunst, Bd. 6).

Gen PT2619.A42Z8S57 1985.

Jahnn, Hans Henny/Homosexuality in literature--Congresses.

3720. Naguschewski, Dirk and Freie Universität Berlin Universitätsbibliothek. "Bücher von hinten" : schwule Buchkultur von der Jahrhundertwende bis heute. Berlin: Universitätsbibliothek der Freien Universität Berlin, 1993. 39 p. (Ausstellungsführer der Universitätsbibliothek der Freien Universität Berlin, 28).

Gen HQ76.3.G3N340 1993.

Homosexuality--Research--Germany--History--Exhibitions/Gay press--Germany--History--Exhibitions/Gay men's writings, German--Exhibitions.

3721. Popp, Wolfgang and Kalveram, Maria. Die Suche nach dem rechten Mann : Männerfreundschaft im literarischen Werk Hans Henny Jahnns. Berlin: Argument-Verlag, 1984. 162 p. (Literatur im historischen Prozess, n.F., 13).

Gen PT2619.A42Z8S9 1984.

Jahnn, Hans Henny/Authors, German--20th century--Biography/Homosexuality in literature.

3722. Schiffels, Waltraud. "Ich bin zwei" : ein Gespräch über Literatur und das Leben zwischen den Geschlechtern. Bamberg: Palette Verlag, 1993. 122 p. (Reihe Wortmeldung, Bd. 3).

Gen HQ77.8.S35A3 1993.

Schiffels, Waltraud/Transsexuals--Germany--Interviews/Sex role/Sex change.

3723. Schmidt, Gary. Koeppen, Andersch, Böll : Homosexualität und Faschismus in der deutschen Nachkriegsliteratur. Hamburg: MännerschwarmSkript, 2001. 167 p.

Gen PT405.S33865 2001.

Koeppen, Wolfgang/Andersch, Alfred/Böll, Heinrich/German fiction--20th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality in literature--Germany/Fascism in literature--Germany.

3724. Schoppmann, Claudia. "Der Skorpion" : Frauenliebe in der Weimarer Republik . Originalausgabe, 2. Aufl. Hamburg: Frühlings Erwachen, 1991. 83 p.

Gen HQ75.6.G3S246 1991.

Weirauch, Anna Elisabet/Lesbianism--Germany--20th century/Lesbianism--Germany--20th century--Fiction/Germany--Social conditions--1918-1933.

3725. Steinhaussen, Jan. Aristokraten aus Not und ihre "Philosophie der zu hoch hängenden Trauben" : Nietzsche-Rezeption und literarische Produktion von Homosexuellen in den ersten Jahrzehnten des 20. Jahrhunderts : Thomas Mann, Stefan George, Ernst Bertram, Hugo von Hofmannsthal u.a. Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, c2001. 526 p. (Epistemata Reihe Literaturwissenschaft, Bd. 326).

Gen PT405.S7414 2001.

Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm/German literature--20th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality in literature/Homosexuality and literature--Europe, German-speaking/Gay men's writings, German--History and criticism.

3726. Tiefenbrun, Ruth. Moment of torment : an interpretation of Franz Kafka's short stories. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1973. xvi, 160 p. (Crosscurrents/modern critiques).

Gen, Harp PT2621.A32Z8T56.

Kafka, Franz/Homosexuality and literature.

3727. Tiling, Johann Nikolaus . Hauchbilder der Erinnerung : biographische Spuren und die Entwicklung literarischer Motive im Werk Hubert Fichtes. Berlin: Verlag Rosa Winkel, 1996. 209 p. (Homosexualität und Literatur, Bd. 10).

Originally presented as the author's thesis (doctoral)--Universität Hamburg, 1995.

Gen PT2666.I25Z88 1996.

Fichte, Hubert/Authors, German--20th century--Biography/Homosexuality in literature/Homosexuality and literature.

3728. Ziegler, Alexander. Die Konsequenz : [autobiographischer Bericht]. Zürich: Schweizer Verlagshaus, 1975. 253 p.

Gen HQ72.S95Z50.

Gay men--Switzerland--Biography.

168. Thomas Mann & Klaus Mann

3729. Böhm, Karl Werner. Zwischen Selbstzucht und Verlangen : Thomas Mann und das Stigma Homosexualität : Untersuchungen zu Frühwerk und Jugend. Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 1991. 409 p. (Studien zur Literatur- und Kulturgeschichte, Bd. 2).

Gen PT2625.A5Z8B67 199112253520.

Mann, Thomas/Homosexuality in literature/Homosexuality and literature--Germany.

3730. Bridges, George. Thomas Mann's Joseph und seine Brüder and the phallic theology of the Old Testament. Bern, New York: P. Lang, 1995. 283 p.

Gen PT2625.A5J88B85 1995.

Mann, Thomas/Mann, Thomas/Bible/Phallicism--Biblical teaching/Homosexuality in the Bible/Homosexuality in literature.

3731. Busch, Frank. August Graf von Platen, Thomas Mann : Zeichen und Gefühle. München: W. Fink, 1987. 269, [1] p. (Literatur in der Gesellschaft, n.F., Bd. 12).

Gen PT134.H73B870 1987.

Platen, August/Mann, Thomas/German literature--History and criticism/Homosexuality, Male, in literature.

3732. Detering, Heinrich. Das offene Geheimnis : zur literarischen Produktivität eines Tabus von Winckelmann bis zu Thomas Mann. Göttingen: Wallstein, 1994. 458 p.

Gen PN56.H57D480 1994.

Homosexuality in literature/Literature, Modern--History and criticism.

3733. Härle, Gerhard. Die Gestalt des Schönen : Untersuchung zur Homosexualitätsthematik in Thomas Manns Roman "Der Zauberberg". Königstein/Ts: A. Hain, 1986. 165 p.

Gen PT2625.A5Z328H13 1986.

Mann, Thomas/Homosexuality in literature/Psychoanalysis and literature.

3734. Härle, Gerhard. Männerweiblichkeit : zur Homosexualität bei Klaus und Thomas Mann. Frankfurt: Athenäum, 1988. 412 p.

Gen PT2625.A485Z8H16 1988.

Mann, Klaus/Mann, Thomas/Homosexuality in literature.

3735. Lenzi, Gabriele and Mann, Klaus. Klaus Mann : il romanzo di un'utopia. Bologna: Centro di documentazione Il Cassero, [1990]. 107 p. (Quaderni di critica omosessuale, n. 8).

Gen PT2625.A435Z79 1990.

Mann, Klaus/Homosexuality and literature--Germany--History--20th century/Gay men in literature.

3736. Mann, Klaus, Tucholsky, Kurt, and Grumbach, Detlef. Homosexualität und Faschismus. 3. erweiterte Aufl. Kiel: Frühlings Erwachen, 1990. 29 p.

Homosexualität und Fascismus / Klaus Mann -- Röhm / Kurt Tucholsky -- Kämpfer ohne Hoffnung / Detlef Grumbach.

Gen HQ76.2.G4M36 1990.

Homosexuality, Male--Germany--History--20th century/National socialism.

3737. Mann, Thomas and Koelb, Clayton. Death in Venice : a new translation, backgrounds and contexts, criticism. 1st ed. New York: W.W. Norton, 1994. viii, 237 p.

Gen PT2625.A5T51K77 1994.

Middle age--Fiction/Homosexuality--Fiction/Venice (Italy)--Fiction.

3738. Neumann, Harald. Klaus Mann : eine Psychobiographie. Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 1995. 185 p.

Gen PT2625.A485Z8N49 1995.

Mann, Klaus/Authors, German--20th century--Biography/Psychoanalysis and literature/Homosexuality and literature.

3739. Ritter, Naomi. Thomas Mann, Death in Venice : complete, authoritative text with biographical and historical contexts, critical history, and essays from five contemporary critical perspectives. Boston: Bedford Books, c1998. xii, 295 p. (Case studies in contemporary criticism).

Pt. 1. Death in Venice: The Complete Text. The Complete Text -- Pt. 2. Death in Venice: A Case Study in Contemporary Criticism. A Critical History of Death in Venice. Psychoanalytic Criticism and Death in Venice. The Eruption of the Other: Psychoanalytic Approaches to Death in Venice / Rodney Symington. Reader-Response Criticism and Death in Venice. The Potential Deceptiveness of Reading in Death in Venice / Lilian R. Furst. Cultural Criticism and Death in Venice. Why Is Tadzio Polish? Kultur and Cultural Multiplicity in Death in Venice / John Burt Foster, Jr. Gender Criticism and Death in Venice. The Life and Work of Thomas Mann: A Gay Perspective / Robert Tobin. The New Historicism and Death in Venice. History and Community in Death in Venice / Russell A. Berman.

Gen, Harp PT2625.A44 S88 1998 .

Mann, Thomas.

3740. Zynda, Stefan. Sexualität bei Klaus Mann. Bonn: Bouvier, 1986. 157 p. (Abhandlungen zur Kunst-, Musik- und Literaturwissenschaft, Bd. 362).

Gen HQ76.25.Z960 1986.

Mann, Klaus/Homosexuality.

169. Italian Literature

3741. Cabani, Maria Cristina. Gli amici amanti : copie eroiche e sortite notturne nell'epica italiana. 1. ed. italiana. Napoli: Liguori, 1995. 144 p.

Gen PQ4117.C333 1995.

Epic poetry, Italian--History and criticism/Homosexuality in literature.

3742. Casi, Stefano. Desiderio di Pasolini : omosessualità, arte e impegno intellettuale. 1. ed. Torino: Sonda, 1990. 195 p.

Gen PQ4835.A76Z8D45 1990.

Pasolini, Pier Paolo/Homosexuality in literature.

3743. Casi, Stefano. Desir de culture et culture du desir dans l'oeuvre de Pasolini. Lille: Cahiers Gai-Kitsch-Camp, 1992. [87] p.

Translation of: Cupo d'amore.

Gen PQ4835.A76Z8C97 1992.

Pasolini, Pier Paolo/Homosexuality in motion pictures.

3744. Gnerre, Francesco. L'eroe negato : omosessualità e letteratura nel Novecento italiano. Milano: Baldini & Castoldi, 2000. 447 p.

Gen PQ4174.G59 2000.

Italian fiction--20th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--Italy/Gays' writings--History and criticism.

3745. Gnerre, Francesco. L'eroe negato. 1a ed. Milano: Gammalibri, 1981. 157, p.

Gen PQ4174.G590.

Italian fiction--20th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality in literature/Gays' writings--History and criticism.

3746. Kröhnke, Friedrich. Gennariello könnte ein Mädchen sein : essays über Pasolini. Frankfurt: Materialis Verlag, [1983]. 47 p.

Orte -- Dichter und Kommunist sein -- Schwuler und Kommunist sein -- Die Schönheit der Revolution (erste Replik) -- Die Jugend an die KPI (zweite Replik) -- Gennariello könnte ein Mädchen sein -- Teorema -- Brief an einen hessischen Lehrer.

Gen PQ4835.A76Z8K91 1983.

Pasolini, Pier Paolo/Authors, Italian--20th century--Biography.

3747. Mantegazza, Raffaele. Con pura passione : l'eros pedagogico di Pier Paolo Pasolini. Palermo: Edizioni della battaglia, [1997]. 71 p. (Sudnordsud, 6).

Gen PQ4835.A76Z763.

Pasolini, Pier Paolo/Gay artists--Italy--Biography.

3748. Marcon, Giorgio. Allegorie e varianti in "Riflessi" di Aldo Palazzeschi. Bologna: Centro di documentazione Il Cassero, 1988. 75 p. (Quaderni di critica omosessuale, no. 4).

W327118.

Palazzeschi, Aldo -- Riflessi.

3749. Merlini, Francesco. Io, omosessuale. Milano: La Salamandro, 1977. 170 p.

Gen HQ75.8.M37A3 1977.

Merlini, Francesco/Gay men--Italy--Biography.

3750. Veneziani, Antonio. Ragazzi al bar : racconti omosessuali. Roma: Enola, 2000. 152 p. (Enola, 2).

Gen PQ4249.6.H64R34 2000.

Short stories, Italian--20th century/Homosexuality in literature.

170. Spanish, Portuguese & Latin American Literature

3751. Aguilar, Luis Miguel and Pérez Gay, Rafael. Nadie puede escribir un libro. México, D.F: Cal y Arena, 1997. 239, 228 p.

Texts bound together back to back and inverted.

Gen PQ7297.L68N33 1997.

Literatura moderna mexicana/Siglo XX/Periodismo mexicano/Siglo XX.

3752. Bayly, Jaime. La noche es virgen. Barcelona: Editorial Anagrama, c1997. 189 p. (Narrativas hispánicas, 239).

Gen PQ8498.12.A95N64 1997.

Homosexuality--Fiction/Homosexualidad--Novela/Lima (Peru)--Fiction/Lima, Perú--Novela/Literatura peruana/Novela/Siglo XX/Novela peruana/Siglo XX.

3753. Bengoechea Bartolomé, Mercedes and Morales, Marisol. (Trans)formaciones de las sexualidades y el género. [Alcalá de Henares, Madrid]: Universidad de Alcalá, Servicio de Publicaciones, c2001. 247 p.

Referencias bibliográficas . -- Textos en español e inglés.

Gen PN56.H57T736 2001.

Homosexualidad/Homosexualidad en la literatura/Literatura contemporánea/Siglo XX.

3754. Bergmann, Emilie L. and Smith, Paul Julian. Entiendes? : queer readings, Hispanic writings. Durham: Duke University Press, 1995. xii, 429 p. (Series Q).

Gen PQ7081.A1E590 1995.

Spanish American literature--History and criticism/Spanish literature--History and criticism/Homosexuality in literature/Homosexuality and literature--Latin America/Homosexuality and literature--Spain.

3755. Binding, Paul. Lorca : the gay imagination. London: GMP, 1985. 238 p. ; 23 cm.

Bibliography: p. [221]-222.

Gen PQ6613.A73Z8B61 1985.

García Lorca, Federico/Homosexuality in literature.

3756. Brizuela, Leopoldo. Historia de un deseo : el erotismo homosexual en veintiocho relatos argentinos contemporáneos. Buenos Aires: Planeta, 2000. 326 p.

Gen PQ7736.5.H65H588 2000.

Short stories, Argentine/Homosexuality in literature.

3757. Casa, Frank Paul, Lauer, A. Robert, and Sullivan, Henry W. Hispanic essays in honor of Frank P. Casa. New York: Peter Lang, c1997. xvi, 481 p.

[...] El lindo don Diego and the Question of Homosexual Desire / Daniel L. Heiple [...].

Gen PQ6101 .H5 1997.

Spanish drama--Classical period, 1500-1700--History and criticism.

3758. Chávez-Silverman, Susana and Hernández, Librada. Reading and writing the ambiente : queer sexualities in Latino, Latin American, and Spanish culture. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, c2000. viii, 335 p.

Gen PQ6041 .R43 2000.

Spanish literature--History and criticism/Spanish American literature--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature/Homosexuality in literature/Literature and society--Spain/Literature and society--Latin America.

3759. Cruz, Anne J. and Johnson, Carroll B. Cervantes and his postmodern constituencies. New York: Garland Pub, 1999. xxi, 275 p.

[...] Ch. 10. The Jealous and the Curious: Freud, Paranoia and Homosexuality in Cervantine Poetics / Nicolas Wey-Gomez [...].

Gen PQ6348 .A3 1999.

Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de.

3760. Delgado, María José. Lesbianism and homosexuality in early modern Spain : literature and theater in context. 1st ed. New Orleans: University Press of the South, 2000. xiii, 423 p.

Gen PQ6066 .L47 2000.

Lesbianism in literature.

3761. Dissidenten der Geschlechterordnung : schwule und lesbische Literatur auf der iberischen Halbinsel. Berlin: Edition Tranvia, 2001. 260 p. (Gender studies Romanistik, Bd. 5).

On order.

3762. Ellis, Robert Richmond. The Hispanic homograph : gay self-representation in contemporary Spanish autobiography. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, c1997. 176 p.

Introduction: Gay Sexuality and Autobiography -- Pt. 1. Gay Autobiography. 1. Antonio Roig: In the Confessional Mode. 2. Juan Goytisolo: Cutting the Gordian Knot. 3. Jaime Gil de Biedma: The Impossibility of Ithaca -- Pt. 2. Queer Autobiography. 4. Luis Antonio de Villena: Camping-It-Up in the Francoist Camp. 5. Terenci Moix: Looking Queer. 6. Pedro Almodovar: The Drag of Writing One's Life -- Pt. 3. Homobiography. 7. Juan Goytisolo with Birds of a Feather. Conclusion: Reflections on the Hispanic Homograph and the Homo Body.

Gen PQ6073.H65 E55 1997 .

Spanish literature--20th century--History and criticism/Gay men in literature/Autobiography/Homosexuality and literature--Spain/Self in literature.

3763. Ellis, Robert Richmond. They dream not of angels but of men : homoeroticism, gender, and race in Latin American autobiography. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, c2002. 219 p.

Part I. 1. Early representations of homoeroticism and race. Juan Francisco Manzano : from homoerotic violence to the dream of a homoracial bond -- 2. Augusto d'Halmar : the orientalization of homoerotic desire -- Part II. The making of heterosexuality, masculinity and whiteness --3. Mario Vargas Llosa : a real man's life -- Part III. 4. Elías Nandino and Raúl Thomas : writing in and out of machismo -- 5. Reinaldo Arenas : from forced labor to AIDS -- 6. Héctor Bianciotti : out of Latin America and back.

Gen PQ7082.P76 E45 2002.

Spanish American prose literature--20th century--History and criticism/Authors, Spanish American--20th century--Biography--History and criticism/Autobiography/Homosexuality and literature--Latin America--History--20th century/Gender identity in literature/Masculinity in literature/Race in literature/Gay men in literature.

3764. Fernàndez, Josep-Anton. Another country : sexuality and national identity in Catalan gay fiction. London: Maney Pub. for the Modern Humanities Research Association, 2000. viii, 240 p.

Gen PC3911.F47 2000.

Catalan literature--20th century--History and criticism/Gays' writings, Catalan/Homosexuality and literature--Spain--Catalonia--History--20th century/Sex in literature/Nationalism in literature.

3765. Fiol-Matta, Licia. A queer mother for the nation : the state and Gabriela Mistral. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, c2002. xxix, 269 p.

Race woman -- Schooling and sexuality -- Citizen mother -- Intimate nationalism -- Image is everything -- Pedagogy, humanities, social unrest -- Education and loss.

Gen PQ8097.G6 Z556 2002.

Mistral, Gabriela/Mistral, Gabriela/Feminism and literature--Latin America--History--20th century/Women and literature--Latin America--History--20th century/Feminism and literature--Chile--History--20th century/Women and literature--Chile--History--20th century.

3766. Foster, David William. Sexual textualities : essays on queer/ing Latin American writing. 1st ed. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1997. xii, 180 p. (Texas Pan American series).

1. Agenda and Canon: Some Necessary Priorities -- 2. Evita Peron, Juan Jose Sebreli, and Gender -- 3. The Case for Feminine Pornography in Latin America -- 4. Queering the Patriarchy in Hermosillo's Dona Herlinda y su hijo -- 5. Homoerotic Writing and Chicano Authors -- 6. Montes Huidobro's Exilio and the Representation of Gay Identity -- 7. The Representation of the Body in the Poetry of Alejandra Pizarnik -- 8. The Crisis of Masculinity in Argentine Fiction, 1940-1960.

Gen PQ7081 .F635 1997 .

Latin American literature--20th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality in literature/Sex role in literature/Homosexuality and literature--Latin America/Literature and society--Latin America.

3767. Foster, David William. Spanish writers on gay and lesbian themes : a bio-critical sourcebook. Westport, Conn: Greenwood Press, 1999. x, 212 p.

Gen PQ6046.S49 S66 1999.

Spanish literature--History and criticism/Homosexuality in literature.

3768. Foster, David William. Gay and lesbian themes in Latin American writing. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1991. viii, 178 p. (Texas Pan American series).

Gen PQ7081.F6340 1991.

Latin American literature--History and criticism/Homosexuality in literature.

3769. Foster, David William. Latin American writers on gay and lesbian themes : a bio-critical sourcebook. Westport, Conn: Greenwood Press, 1994. xxxvi, 495 p.

Gen PQ7081.3.F620 1994.

Authors, Latin American--20th century--Biography/Latin American literature--20th century--History and criticism/Homosexualtiy in literature/Homosexuality and literature--Latin America.

3770. Foster, David William. Cultural diversity in Latin American literature. 1st ed. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1994. xii, 178 p.

I. Spanish American and Brazilian Literature: A History of Disconsonance -- II. Some Proposals for the Study of Latin American Gay Culture -- III. Maria Elena Walsh: Children's Literature and the Feminist Voice -- IV. Argentine Jewish Dramatists: Aspects of a National Consciousness.

Gen PQ7081.F6280 1994.

Latin American literature--History and criticism/Literature and society--Latin America/Marginality, Social--Latin America/Gays' writings, Latin American--History and criticism/Children's literature, Latin American--History and criticism/Feminism and literature--Latin America/Argentine drama--Jewish authors--History and criticism.

3771. Galoppe, Raúl A. Género y confusión en el teatro de Tirso de Molina. Madrid: Editorial Pliegos, c2001. 296 p.

Gen PQ6436.G34 2001.

Molina, Tirso de/Theater--Spain/Disguise in literature/Desire in literature/Social conflict in literature/Transvestites in literature.

3772. Guiza Lemus, Gerardo. Quizás no entendí : [novela]. 1. ed. México, D.F: Distribuciones Fontamara, 1997. 149 p.

Gen PQ7298.17.U66 Q8 1997.

Homosexuality, Male--Social aspects--Mexico--Fiction/Mexico--Fiction.

3773. Izaguirre, Boris. Azul petróleo. Madrid: Espasa, c1998. 326 p.

Gen PQ6659.Z348A98 1998.

Literatura hispanoamericana/Novela/Siglo XX/Novela hispanoamericana/Siglo XX/Homosexualidad en la literatura.

3774. Krauel, Ricardo. Voces desde el silencio : heterologías genérico-sexuales en la narrativa española moderna, 1875-1975. 1. ed. Madrid: Ediciones Libertarias, 2001. 270 p.

PQ6140.H6 K73 2001.

Spanish fiction--20th century--History and criticism/Spanish fiction--19th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality in literature.

3775. Kreiser, Imke. Mutabor : transsexuelle ästhetik in Federico García Lorcas "Poeta en Nueva York". Stuttgart: Ibidem-Verlag, 1999. 110 p.

Gen PQ6613.A763P665 1999.

García Lorca, Federico.

3776. A las orillas de Lesbos : narrative lésbica. Lima: MHOL, 1997. 84 p.

Gen PQ8436.L47 A2 1997.

Lesbians' writings, Spanish American/Short stories, Peruvian.

3777. Manrique, Jaime. Eminent maricones : Arenas, Lorca, Puig, and me. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, c1999. ix, 116 p.

1. Legs: A Memoir of Childhood and Adolescence -- 2. Manuel Puig: The Writer as Diva -- 3. The Last Days of Reinaldo Arenas: A Sadness as Deep as the Sea -- 4. Federico Garcia Lorca and Internalized Homophobia -- 5. The Other Jaime Manrique: A Dead Soul -- 6. Nowadays.

Gen PQ8180.23.A52 Z74 1999.

Manrique, Jaime/Authors, Colombian--20th century--Biography/Authors, Spanish American--20th century--Biography/Authors, Spanish--20th century--Biography/Gay men--Latin America--Biography/Gay men--Spain--Biography.

3778. Manrique, Jaime and Espriella, Adriana de la. Eminent maricones Maricones eminentes : Arenas, Lorca, Puig y yo. Bogota, Colombia: Alfaguara, 2000, c1999. 198 p.

Gen PQ8180.23.A52 Z741 2000.

Manrique, Jaime/Authors, Colombian--20th century/Authors, Spanish American--20th century/Authors, Spanish--20th century/Gay men--Latin America/Gay men--Spain.

3779. Martínez, Elena M. Lesbian voices from Latin America : breaking ground. New York: Garland Pub, 1996. xvii, 223 p.

Gen PQ7081.M36170 1996.

Spanish American literature--Women authors--History and criticism/Lesbians' writings, Spanish American--History and criticism/Spanish American literature--20th century--History and criticism.

3780. Molloy, Sylvia and Irwin, Robert. Hispanisms and homosexualities. Durham: Duke University Press, 1998. xvi, 319 p. (Series Q).

Introduction / Sylvia Molloy and Robert McKee Irwin -- I. Gender at Loss. Interrogating Hermaphroditism in Sixteenth-Century Spain / Israel Burshatin. Skirting the Question: Lesbians and Maria de Zayas / Mary S. Gossy. The Legnd of Jorge Cuesta: The Perils of Alchemy and the Paranoia of Gender / Robert McKee Irwin -- II. Nationalism and Desire. Poetry, Revolution, Homophobia: Polemics from the Mexican Revolution / Daniel Balderston. Nationalism, Male Anxiety, and the Lesbian Body in Puerto Rican Narrative / Agnes I. Lugo-Ortiz. Caribbean Dislocations: Arenas and Ramos Otero in New York / Ruben Rios Avila -- III. Queers and/in Performance. The Swishing of Gender: Homographetic Marks in Lazarillo de Tormes / B. Sifuentes Jauregui. The Politics of Posing / Sylvia Molloy. The Signifying Queen: Critical Notes from a Latino Queer / Oscar Montero. Pedro Zamora's Real World of Counterpublicity: Performing an Ethics of the Self / Jose Esteban Munoz -- IV. Desire and Representation. Sexual Terror: Identity and Fragmentation in Juan Goytisolo's Paisajes despues de la batalla / Brad Epps. Abjection and Ambiguity: Lesbian Desire in Bemberg's Yo, la peor de todas / Emilie Bergmann. Cuban Homosexualities: On the Beach with Nestor Almendros and Reinaldo Arenas / Paul Julian Smith. Virgilio Pinera: On the Weight of the Insular Flesh / Jose Quiroga.

Gen PQ7081.A1 H5735 1998 .

Spanish American literature--History and criticism/Spanish literature--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature.

3781. Omobono, Carlos. Edipo Gay : pieza en dos partes y cuatro cuadros. Fundación para la Cultura y las Artes del Distrito FederalCaracas: FUNDARTE Alcaldía de Caracas, 1999. 151 p.

A play.

Gen PQ8550.25.M5E4 1999.

3782. Pérez de Mendiola, Marina. Gender and identity formation in contemporary Mexican literature. New York: Garland Pub, 1998. 170 p.

Preface: Mexico, an Open Book -- Ch. 1. Introduction -- Ch. 2. Demasiado amor: Cartography of an Identity -- Ch. 3. La insolita historia de la Santa de Cabora: From the Location of Memory to Demystification -- Ch. 4. Las puberes caneforas and the Inscription of Sexual Identities -- Ch. 5. El diario de Jose Toledo: A Queer Space in the World of Mexican Letters -- Ch. 6. Amora or Ignorance Vis-a-Vis Maieutics and Dialectics -- Ch. 7. Todo esta permitido, or the Banalization of Transgression.

Gen PQ7203 .P46 1998.

Mexican fiction--20th century--History and criticism/Gender identity in literature.

3783. Rivero Potter, Alicia and Sarduy, Severo. Between the self and the void : essays in honor of Severo Sarduy. Boulder, Colo: Society of Spanish and Spanish-American Studies, c1998. 136 p. (Cuban literary studies).

Introduction / Alicia Rivero-Potter -- Colibrí: the parody of an elusive homecoming / Malva E. Filer -- Holbein's orphan: anamorphosis in Sarduy's self-portraiture / Eduardo González -- The religion of the void / Gustavo Guerrero -- Gender and culture reconsidered: the transformation of Cobra into Bildungsroman / Julia A. Kushigian -- The queer theories of Severo Sarduy / Oscar Montero -- The little man in the miirror: reflections on Maitreya and Colibrí / René Prieto -- Scientific and Neobaroque (in)stability in Nueva inestabilidad / Alicia Rivero-Potter -- Pájaros de la playa and Sarduy's hidden metaphor of illness and decay / Leonor A. Ulloa and Justo C. Ulloa -- About the contributors.

Gen PQ7390.S28Z55 1998.

Sarduy, Severo.

3784. Roffiel, Rosa María. Amora. Madrid: Horas y Horas, 1997. 215 p. (Colección La Llave la Tengo Yo).

Gen PQ7298.28.O333A76 1997.

Novela mexicana/Siglo XX/Lesbianismo/Novela.

3785. Sahuquillo, Angel. Federico García Lorca y la cultura de la homosexualidad : Lorca, Dalí, Cernuda, Gil-Albert, Prados y la voz silenciada del amor homosexual. Stockholm: A. Sahuquillo Vázquez, 1986. 383 p., [15] p. of plates.

Originally presented as author's thesis (doctoral--Stockholms universitet, 1986). Summary in English.

Gen PQ6613.A73Z8S15 1986.

García Lorca, Federico/Homosexuality and literature--Spain/Spanish poetry--20th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality--Spain--History--20th century.

3786. Sampedro, José Luis. El amante lesbiano. Barcelona: Plaza & Janés, 2000. 252 p. (Areté).

Gen PQ6635.A362 A8 2000.

Literatura española/Novela/Siglo XX/Novela española/Siglo XX.

3787. Schaefer, Claudia. Danger zones : homosexuality, national identity, and Mexican culture. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 1996. viii, 159 p.

Gen PQ7203.S440 1996.

Mexican fiction--20th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality in literature/Gender identity in literature/Literature and society--Mexico.

3788. Schneider, Luis Mario. La novela mexicana entre el petróleo, la homosexualidad y la política. 1. ed. México, D.F: Nueva Imagen, 1997. 134 p. (Colección Raíces del hombre).

Justificación -- La literatura del petróleo en México -- El tema homosexual en la nueva narrativa mexicana -- Política y novela mexicanas desde los 80.

Gen PQ7203.S461 1997.

Mexican fiction--20th century--History and criticism.

3789. Sifuentes-Jáuregui, Ben . Transvestism, masculinity, and Latin America literature : genders share flesh. 1st ed. New York: Palgrave, 2002. xi, 240 p.

Gen PQ7081 .S56 2002.

Spanish American literature--20th century--History and criticism/Transvestites in literature/Transvestism--Latin America/Masculinity in literature/Gender identity in literature.

3790. Smith, Paul Julian. The theatre of García Lorca : text, performance, psychoanalysis. Cambridge New York: Cambridge University Press, 1998. xii, 185 p. (Cambridge studies in Latin American and Iberian literature, 14).

Introduction: Text, Performance, Psychoanalysis -- 1. Yerma and the Doctors: Garcia Lorca, Maranon, and the Anxiety of Bisexuality -- 2. Black Wedding: Garcia Lorca, Langston Hughes, and the Translation of Introjection -- 3. Poet in Paris: Asi que pasen cinco anos (When Five Years Have Passed), Corydon, and the Truth of Anamnesis -- 4. Garcia Lorca and the Socialists: Subsidized Cinema, Pasqual's Public, and the Identification of Affect -- Conclusion: "Doing Lorca".

Gen PQ6613.A763 Z88532 1998.

García Lorca, Federico/García Lorca, Federico.

3791. Smith, Paul Julian. Laws of desire : questions of homosexuality in Spanish writing and film, 1960-1990. Oxford, New York: Clarendon Press, Oxford University Press, 1992. xiv, 239 p.

Introduction: Desiring the Law -- 1. Writing the Self in Feminist and Gay Autobiography. 1. The Risk of Essence. 2. Rosa Chacel: The Repudiation of Femininity. 3. Juan Goytisolo: The Territory of Homographesis. 4. Terenci Moix: The Screens of Identity. 5. The Ends of Autobiography -- 2. Homosexual Desire in Goytisolo's Trilogy of Treason. 1. The Homosexual Question. 2. Senas de identidad: Reproducing the Oedipus. 3. Reivindicacion del conde don Julian: Baring the Phallus. 4. Juan sin tierra: Grouping the Anus. 5. The Homosexual Drift -- 3. The Lesbian Body in Tusquets's Trilogy. 1. Lesbian Bodies. 2. El mismo mar de todos los veranos: Myths of Nature. 3. El amor es un juego solitario: Languages of Culture. 4. Varada tras el ultimo naufragio: A Politics of Parody. 5. Towards the Feminary? -- 4. Eloy De La Iglesia's Cinema of Transition. 1. Homosexuality, Regionalism, and Mass Culture. 2. Los placeres ocultos: The Erotic Triangle. 3. El diputado: The Good Homosexual. 4. El pico: Reproducing the Father. 5. The Family Romance -- 5. Pedro Almodovar's Cinema of Desire. 1. Homosexuality, Postmodernism, and Self-Publicity. 2. Pepi, Luci, Bom: Lesbian Comedy. 3. Entre tinieblas: Women in Chains. 4. La ley del deseo: Crossing the line. 5. Moral Melodrama. Coda: [actual symbol not reproducible]Atame! (Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!).

Gen PQ6073.H65S450 1992.

Spanish literature--20th century--History and criticism/Homosexuality in literature/Motion pictures--Spain--History/Homosexuality in motion pictures.

3792. Soto, Francisco. Reinaldo Arenas. New York London: Twayne Publishers Prentice Hall International, c1998. xx, 185 p.

Ch. 1. Arenas's Lifewriting: Before Night Falls -- Ch. 2. A Homosexual Bildungsroman: The Novels of the Pentagonia -- Ch. 3. Two Tales of Oppression: "Old Rosa" and "The Brightest Star" -- Ch. 4. Journey to the Source: Viaje a La Habana -- Ch. 5. Arenas's Poetry: Politics and Sexuality -- Ch. 6. Conclusion.

Gen PQ7390.A72 Z87 1998.

Arenas, Reinaldo.

3793. Terré Morell, Claribel. Perverso cubano. Buenos Aires, República Argentina: La Bohemia, 1999. 189 p. (Colección Caribe sur, 1).

"Compilación de cuentos eróticos cubanos contemporáneos"--P. facing t.p. El cuerpo y el delito / Eduardo del Llano -- Círculos del dolor / Yoss (José Miguel Sánchez) -- El rojo y el mar / Alberto Ajón León --Niña con perro según Picasso o el más dulce de los cementerios / Anna Vega Serowa -- Perverso ojo cubano / Claribel Terré Morell -- Fantasmas oscuros / Tomás Barceló -- La canal acuática / Mirta Pérez Herrera --Ajiaco / Alex Fleites -- Un ramo, delirios / Ernesto Santana -- Era mi sueño, era azul / Danilo Pompa Pérez -- Ya no miro hacia arriba / Juan Carlos Rivera Quintana -- Con los ojos cerrados / Jesús Jambrina -- Mirando al sol / Leonardo Padura Fuentes -- El cuarto de Ayner / Ena Lucía Portela -- Una desconocida / Jesús David Curbelo -- La violencia de las horas / Marcial Gala -- Mascarada / Adriana Zamora -- la fuente y el anillo dorado / José Félix León -- Buenos días, Zenón / Rogelio Riverón -- Locus solus o el retrato de Dorian Gay / Jorge Angel Pérez -- Develamiento de Matías / Miguel R. Cañellas.

Gen PQ7386.P47 1999.

Erotic stories, Cuban--20th century/Short stories, Cuban--20th century.

3794. Yarbro-Bejarano, Yvonne . Feminism and the honor plays of Lope de Vega. West Layette, Ind: Purdue University Press, 1994. xiii, 324 p. (Purdue studies in Romance literatures, v. 4).

Ch. 1. The Contradictory Constructs of Gender. The Construction of "Woman" Woman as "Wife" Containment and Resistance. The Construction of "Man" Masculinity and Honor. Power and the Performance of Masculinity -- Ch. 2. Sexual Outlaws. Profile of the Sexual Outlaw. The Spectacle of Punishment. The Persistence of Female Desire. Los embustes de Fabia -- Ch. 3. Secular Saints. The Double Bind. The Feminine Ideal as Self-negation. The Heroism of Powerlessness. The Body's Betrayal. La corona merecida -- Ch. 4. Duplicity and Disguise. Femininity Disguised. Cross-dressing and the Theater. The Unmarried Woman a Cross-dresser. The Containment of Homoeroticism. The "Double Movement" of Cross-dressing. The Cross-dresser as Soldier -- Ch. 5. Rivalry and the Struggle for Dominance. Violence as Redemption. Marital Mis-perceptions. The Rival's Trajectory -- Ch. 6. Mutuality and Submission. The Channeling of Homoeroticism. Tenuous Ties. The Rewards and Perils of Submission. The Constant Vassal -- Ch. 7. "Race," Masculinity, and National Identity. The Representation of Blckness. Jewishness as Signifier. The Old Christian Peasant as Spanish Ideal. El cuerdo en su casa. El testimonio vengado -- Ch. 8. The Negotiation of Meaning. Reading the Feminine Ideal. Responses to the Female Outlaw. Mediating Male Homosocial Relations. The Pleasure of Gender Fluidity. Appendix: English Translations.

Gen PQ6490.H7Y26 1994.

Vega, Lope de/Honor in literature/Women in literature/Sex role in literature/Feminism and literature.

171. Other European Literatures

3795. Brantenberg, Gerd. På sporet av den tapte lyst : kjærlighet mellom kvinner som litterært motiv. Oslo: Aschehoug, 1986. 230 p.

Gen PT7073.L47P30 1986.

Scandinavian literature--Women authors--History and criticism/Lesbians in literature--Bibliography/Women in literature.

3796. Burgin, Diana Lewis. Sophia Parnok : the life and work of Russia's Sappho. New York: New York University Press, 1994. xxvi, 355 p.

Gen PG3626.A5Z8B87 1994.

Parnok, Sofiíá/Lesbians' writings, Russian--History and criticism/Lesbianism in literature--History--20th century/Women in literature--History--20th century/Lesbians--Russia--Intellectual life.

3797. Detering, Heinrich. Åndelige amfibier : homerotisk camouflage i H.C. Andersens forfatterskab = Intellectual amphibia : homoerotic camouflage in Hans Christian Anderen's works . Odense: H.C. Andersen-Centret, Odense universitet, 1991. 72 p.

Danish and English.

Gen PT8120.D48 1991.

Andersen, H. C./Homosexuality in literature.

3798. Everard, Myriam. Ziel en zinnen : over liefde en lust tussen vrouwen in de tweede helft van de achttiende eeuw. Groningen: Historische Uitgeverij, 1994. 219 p.

Gen PT5738.Z5E93 1994.

Deken, Agatha/Wolff, Elizabeth Bekker/Authors, Dutch--18th century--Biography/Love in literature/Lesbianism in literature/Lesbianism--Netherlands--History--18th century/Women--Netherlands--Social conditions--History--18th century.

3799. Gatland, Jan Olav. Mellom linjene : homofile tema i norsk litteratur. Olso: Aschehoug, 1990. 303 p.

Gen PT8395.H65G37 1990.

Norwegian literature--Themes, motives/Homosexuality and literature--Norway.

3800. Gatland, Jan Olav. Skeive skrifter : bibliografi over homofile tema i norsk litteratur. Oslo: Biblioteksentralen, 1996. 65 p.

Gen Z2591.G385 1996.

Norwegian literature--Bibliography/Gays in literature--Bibliography.

3801. Gustafsson, Barbro K. Stenåker och ängsmark : erotiska motiv och homosexuella skildringar i Tove Janssons senare litteratur. Uppsala: [Uppsala universitet], 1992. 133 p. (Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis Uppsala studies in social ethics, 13).

Originally presented as the author's thesis (doctoral)--Uppsala universitet, 1992. Summary in English.

Gen PT9875.J35Z8G98 1992.

Jansson, Tove/Sex in literature/Homosexuality in literature.

3802. Kelly, Catriona. Utopias : Russian modernist texts 1905-1940. London: Penguin, 1999. xxx, 378 p.

[...] [People Whose Sex is Naturally Different, or Homosexuals (utriusque naturae [sexus] homo)] / Vasily Rozanov [...].

Gen PG3197.U91 1999.

Russian literature--20th century/Modernism (Literature)--Russia/Modernism (Literature)/Russian literature--20th century.

3803. Meulengracht Sørensen, Preben. The unmanly man : concepts of sexual defamation in early northern society. [Odense]: Odense University Press, 1983. 115 p. (The Viking collection, v. 1).

Translation and revision of: Norrønt nid.

Gen PT7162.M34M413x 1983; 1980 orig. Danish edi Gen PT7162.M4M5.

Sagas--History and criticism/Masculinity (Psychology) in literature/Libel and slander in literature/Homosexuality and literature--Iceland/Níð (The Old Norse word).

3804. Rancour-Laferriere, Daniel. Tolstoy on the couch : misogyny, masochism, and the absent mother. New York: New York University Press, 1998. viii, 270 p.

Among other, chapters on "Sexual Abstinence: The Hidden Agenda," and "The Homosexual Element.".

Gen PG3742.M45R36 1998.

Tolstoy, Leo/Tolstoy, Leo/Tolstoy, Leo/Misogyny in literature/Masochism in literature/Psychoanalysis and literature.

3805. Utnes, Astrid. Følelser i eksil : lesbisk identitet i norsk mellomkrigslitteratur, med en analyse av Borghild Kranes roman Følelsers forvirring. [Tromsø]: Universitetet i Tromsø, 1993. 162 p. (Alberte, nr. 4).

Gen PT8950.K88F63 1993 .

Krane, Borghild/Lesbianism in literature/Norwegian literature--20th century--Themes, motives.

3806. Venema, Adriaan. Homoseksualiteit in de Nederlandse literatuur. Amsterdam Paris: Manteau, [1972]. 205 p. (Grote Marnixpocket, nr. 65).

Gen PT5085.H6V4 1972.

Homosexuality in literature/Dutch literature--History and criticism/Flemish literature--History and criticism/Authors, Dutch--Biography/Authors, Flemish--Biography.

3807. Ziarek, Ewa Plonowska. Gombrowicz's grimaces : modernism, gender, nationality. Albany: State University of New York Press, c1998. ix, 327 p.

[...] Pt. 3. Gombrowicz's Provocations: National Forms, Queer Sexualities. 8. The Scar of the Foreigner and the Fold of the Baroque: National Affiliations and Homosexuality in Gombrowicz's Trans-Atlantyk / Ewa Plonowska Ziarek. 9. Witold Gombrowicz's Struggle with Heterosexual Form: From a National to a Performative Self / Agnieszka M. Soltysik. 10. Witold, Witold, and Witold: Performing Gombrowicz / Allen Kuharski -- Post/Script. 11. Witold Gombrowicz in the United States / Beth Holmgren.

Gen PG7158.G68Z8G67 1998.

Gombrowicz, Witold.

172. AIDS and Literature

3808. Harold, John. How can you write a poem when you're dying of AIDS? London: Cassell, 1993. xiii, 78 p.

MoPo PR605.A36H693 1993.

AIDS (Disease)--Poetry/English poetry--20th century/English poetry/Special subjects/Death/English poetry/Special subjects/Homosexuality.

3809. Kruger, Steven F. AIDS narratives : gender and sexuality, fiction and science. New York: Garland Pub, 1996. xvi, 404 p. (Garland reference library of the humanities, vol. 1628).

Gen PS169.A42K780 1996.

American literature--20th century--History and criticism/AIDS (Disease) in literature/Literature and science--United States--History--20th century/Gay men in literature/Sex in literature.

3810. Mass, Lawrence. We must love one another or die : the life and legacies of Larry Kramer. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1997. xv, 400 p.

Introduction: Larry versus Larry: The Making of a Writer/Activist / Lawrence D. Mass -- A Normal Heart: The Larry Kramer Story / Patrick Merla -- A Meaning for All Those Words: Sex, Politics, History and Larry Kramer / John D'Emilio -- Kramer as Prophet / Gabriel Rotello -- An Enemy of the People / Arnie Kantrowitz -- Larry and the Wall of Books / Andrew Holleran -- Faggots Revisited / Christopher Bram -- GPT: Time and Faggots / Mark Merlis -- Faggot Psychology: Encountering the Gay Shadow and the Gay Soul Figure in Faggots / Douglas Sadownick -- The Normal Heart Condition According to Auden / Alfred Corn -- A Mouthful of Air / Michael Denneny -- Three Screeds From Key West: For Larry Kramer / Tony Kushner -- Kramer vs. Kramer, Ben and Alexander: Larry Kramer's Voices and His Audiences / John M. Clum -- The Abnormal Talent: Larry Kramer's Electro-Shock Treatment for the World Theater / David Willinger -- Larry Kramer and Gay Theater / Michael Paller -- Larry Kramer at the Public Theater / Gail Merrifield Papp -- We Must Love One Another Or Die: Larry Kramer, AIDS Activist and Monumental Social Change / Rodger McFarlane -- The Mother of Us All / Maxine Wolfe -- A Legacy of Anger / Michelangelo Signorile -- Notes on Black and Larry Kramer / Canaan Parker -- Friendship and Antagonism: The Passionate Tactics of Larry Kramer / Anthony S. Fauci -- Three Friends / Calvin Trillin -- Christmas Dinner with Uncle Larry / Sarah Trillin -- Interview with a Writer / Lawrence D. Mass.

Gen PS3561.R252 Z99 1997.

Kramer, Larry/Homosexuality and literature--United States--History--20th century/Authors, American--20th century/AIDS activists--United States--Biography/Gay men--United States--Biography/Gay men in literature.

3811. Murphy, Timothy F. and Poirier, Suzanne. Writing AIDS : gay literature, language, and analysis. New York: Columbia University Press, 1993. viii, 352 p. (Between men--between women).

On Writing AIDS: Introduction / Suzanne Poirer -- The Mirror and the Tank: "AIDS," Subjectivity, and the Rhetoric of Activism / Lee Edelman -- The Language of War in AIDS Discourse / Michael S. Sherry -- Plague in Germany, 1939/1989: Cultural Images of Race, Space, and Disease / Sander L. Gilman -- Fantom Images: Herve Guibert and the Writing of "sida" in France / Emily Apter -- Apocalyptic Utterance in Edmund White's "An Oracle" / Richard Dellamora -- Eloquence and Epitaph: Black Nationalism and the Homophobic Impulse in Responses to the Death of Max Robinson / Phillip Brian Harper -- AIDS 101 / Peter M. Bowen -- AIDS Narratives on Television: Whose Story? / Paula A. Treichler -- "And Once I Had It All: Narratives and Memories of an American Dream / John M. Clum -- Refusing the Name: The Absence of AIDS in Recent American Gay Male Fiction / Immersive and Counterimmersive Writing About AIDS: The Achivement of Paul Monette's Love Alone / Joseph Cady -- Dante on Fire Island: Reinventing Heaven in the AIDS Elegy / James Miller -- Testimony / Timothy F. Murphy -- Annotated Bibliography of AIDS Literature, 1982-91 / Franklin Brooks and Timothy F. Murphy.

Gen PS153.G38W740 1993.

Gays' writings, American--History and criticism/AIDS (Disease) in literature/American literature--20th century--History and criticism/American literature--Men authors--History and criticism/Literature, Modern--20th century--History and criticism/Literature, Modern--Men authors--History and criticism/Homosexuality and literature--History--20th century/Gays' writings--History and criticism/Gay men in literature.

3812. Nelson, Emmanuel S. AIDS--the literary response. Toronto,New York: Twayne Publishers,Maxwell Macmillan, 1992. ix, 233 p.

Introduction / Emmanuel S. Nelson -- 1. Defoe's The Journal of the Plague Year: A Model for Stories of Plagues / Laurel Brodsley -- 2. Music for a Closing: Responses to AIDS in Three American Novels / Joseph Dewey -- 3. Suburban AIDS: Alice Hoffman's At Risk / Judith Laurence Pastore -- 4. Gay Genocide As Literary Trope / Les Wright -- 5. When a Risk Group Is Not a Risk Group: The Absence of AIDS Panic in Peter Cameron's Fiction / Myles Weber -- 6. Babaluaiye: Searching for the Text of a Pandemic / Barbara Browning -- 7. The Mystical Body: Frans Kellendonk and the Dutch Literary Response to AIDS / Gert Hekma -- 8. The Best of Times, the Worst of Times: The Emerging Literature of AIDS in France / David Wetsel -- 9. "All the Elements of a Good Movie": Cinematic Responses to the AIDS Pandemic / Kevin J. Harty -- 10. AIDS Enters the American Theatre: As Is and The Normal Heart / Joel Shatzky -- 11. Rage and Remembrance: The AIDS Plays / D. S. Lawson -- 12. AIDS to Remembrance: The Uses of Elegy / Gregory Woods -- 13. The Repression of the Returned: AIDS and Allegory / James Morrison -- 14. Larry Kramer and the Rhetoric of AIDS / David Bergman -- 15. The Rhetoric of the NAMES Project AIDS Quilt: Reading the Text(ile) / Judy Elsley -- 16. The Way We Teach Now: Three Approaches to AIDS Literature / Annie Dawid -- Selected Bibliography / Emmanuel S. Nelson -- Selected Filmography / Kevin J. Harty.

Gen PN771.A640 1992.

Literature, Modern--20th century--History and criticism/AIDS (Disease) in literature/Homosexuality and literature--History--20th century/Gays' writings--History and criticism/Gay men in literature.

3813. Pastore, Judith Laurence. Confronting AIDS through literature : the responsibilities of representation. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1993. 267 p.

Introduction / Judith Laurence Pastore -- Pt. 1. Literary AIDS: What Are the Responsibilities? What Are the Responsibilities of Representing AIDS? / Judith Laurence Pastore. AIDS Writing and the Creation of a Gay Culture / Michael Denneny. Requiem Evita / Larry Ebmeier. Writing about AIDS for Young Adults / M. E. Kerr. Crying "Wolf!": The Genesis of an AIDS Disaster Epic / Jed A. Bryan. Terrors of Resurrection "by Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick" / Michael Lynch. It Can Happen: An Essay on the Denial of AIDS / Sharon Mayes. Early AIDS Fiction / Paul Reed. Red Noses, the Black Death, and AIDS: Cycles of Despair and Disease / Sam Coale. The Sick Homosexual: AIDS and Gays on the American Stage and Screen / James W. Jones. Facing the Edge: AIDS as a Source of Spiritual Wisdom / Toby Johnson -- Pt. 2. Literary AIDS: A Sampling. The Very Same / Paul Monette. AIDS / May Sarton. Aunt Ida Pieces a Quilt / Melvin Dixon. Voices / Jed A. Bryan. Epidemic / William Greenway. Chapter 11, Bloodstream / Joel Redon. Despair / David B. Feinberg. Spring and Fall / David Rees. The Federal Bureau of Blood Inspection / Sharon Mayes -- Pt. 3. Literary AIDS: The Classroom. Teaching about AIDS and Plagues: A Reading List from the Humanities / Laurel Brodsley. Literary AIDS in the Composition Class: Teaching Strategies / Sandra W. Stephan. Teaching about AIDS through Literature in a Medical SchoolCurriculum / Joseph Cady.

Gen PS169.A42C660 1993.

American literature--20th century--History and criticism/AIDS (Disease) in literature/Literature and society--United States--History--20th century/American literature--20th century--Study and teaching/AIDS (Disease) in literature--Study and teaching/Gay men in literature--Study and teaching/AIDS (Disease)--Literary collections/Gay men--Literary collections/Gay men in literature.

3814. Zeiger, Melissa F. Beyond consolation : death, sexuality, and the changing shapes of elegy. Ithaca, N.Y: Cornell University Press, 1997. xiii, 195 p. (Reading women writing).

Gen PN1389.Z45 1997.

Elegiac poetry--History and criticism/Death in literature/Sex in literature/Orpheus (Greek mythology) in literature.

173. Transvestism/Cross-dressing in Literature

3815. Dugaw, Dianne. Warrior women and popular balladry, 1650-1850. University of Chicago Press ed. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1996. xx, 233 p.

Originally published: Cambridge, New York: Cambridge University Press, 1989. (Cambridge studies in eighteenth-century English literature and thought ; 4).

Gen PR507.D840 1996.

Ballads, English--England--History and criticism/Popular literature--England--History and criticism/War poetry, English--History and criticism/Women soldiers in literature/Transvestites in literature/Transvestism in literature/Heroines in literature.

3816. Kahn, Madeleine. Narrative transvestism : rhetoric and gender in the eighteenth-century English novel. Ithaca, N.Y: Cornell University Press, 1991. 172 p. (Reading women writing).

1. Transvestism and Narrative Structures in Eighteenth-Century England -- 2. Defoe and Roxana: The Reader as Author -- 3. Richardson and Clarissa: The Author as Reader.

Gen PR858.W6K340 1991.

Richardson, Samuel/Defoe, Daniel/English fiction--18th century--History and criticism/Women and literature--Great Britain--History--18th century/English fiction--Men authors--History and criticism/First person narrative/Sex role in literature/Narration (Rhetoric)/Women in literature.

3817. Keulen, Mensje van. Geheime dame. Amsterdam: Atlas, 1992. 213 p.

Gen PT5881.18.A77Z8K4 1992.

Hart, Maarten 't/Authors, Dutch--20th century--Biography/Transvestites--Netherlands--Biography.

3818. Lehnert, Gertrud. Maskeraden und Metamorphosen : als Männer verkleidete Frauen in der Literatur. Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 1994. 386 p.

Gen PN56.5.W64L44 1994.

Women in literature/Male impersonators/Transvestites/Transsexuals/Androgyny (Psychology) in literature.

3819. Velasco, Sherry M. The lieutenant nun : transgenderism, lesbian desire, & Catalina de Erauso. 1st ed. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2000. xiv, 241 p.

Gen PN57.E68 V45 2000.

Erauso, Catalina de.

174. Film and Television

3820. Aaron, Michele. The body's perilous pleasures : dangerous desires and contemporary culture . Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, c1999. vii, 232 p.

Introduction / Michele Aaron -- Pt. I. Identifying Risks. Ch. 1. After Mulvey: Male Erotic Objectification / Kenneth MacKinnon. Ch. 2. The Inside-out of Masculinity: David Cronenberg's Visceral Pleasures / Linda Ruth Williams. Ch. 3. The Figure in Question: The Transvestite Character as a Narrative Strtegy in The Crying Game / Helen Hanson. Ch. 4. 'Til Death Us Do Part: Cinema's Queer Couples Who Kill / Michele Aaron -- Pt. II. Untold Risks. Ch. 5. The Monstrous Child / Julian Petley. Ch. 6. Loving the Technological Undead: Cyborg Sex and Necrophilia in Richard Calder's Dead Trilogy / Fran Mason. Ch. 7. Post-feminist Futures in Film Noir / Barbara Kennedy. Ch. 8. Blood is the Drug: Narcophiliac Vampires in Recent Women's Fiction / Anna Powell -- Pt. III. Marked Risks. Ch. 9. Only Skin Deep? Tattooing, Piercing and the Transgressive Body / Paul Sweetman. Ch. 10. Cicciolina and the Dynamics of Transgression and Abjection in Explicit Sex Films / Tanya Krzywinska. Ch. 11. Symptoms of AIDS in Contemporary Film: Mortal Anxiety in an Age of Sexual Panic / Monica B. Pearl.

Gen PN1995.9.B62 B63 1999.

Body, Human, in motion pictures/Sex in motion pictures/Body, Human, in literature/Sex in literature.

3821. Allen, Michael. Family secrets : the feature films of D.W. Griffith. London: BFI Pub, 1999. 193 p.

[...] Criminality, Homosexuality and Fratricide: Dream Street (1921). Insurrection, Homosexuality and Fratricide: Drums of Love (1928) [...].

Gen PN1998.3.G76 A65 1999.

Griffith, D. W.

3822. Bad Object-Choices (Organization). How do I look? : queer film and video. Seattle: Bay Press, 1991. 295 p.

Gen, Harp PN1995.9.H55H690 1991.

Homosexuality in motion pictures.

3823. Benshoff, Harry M. Monsters in the closet : homosexuality and the horror film. Manchester [England] New York: Mancester University Press Distributed exclusively in the USA by St. Martin's Press, 1997. viii, 328 p.

Gen PN1995.9.H55 B46 1997.

Homosexuality in motion pictures.

3824. Bourne, Stephen. Brief encounters : lesbians and gays in British cinema 1930-1971. London New York: Cassell, 1996. xix, 268 p.

Gen PN1995.9.H55B680 1996.

Homosexuality in motion pictures/Motion pictures--Great Britain--History.

3825. Broadhurst, Susan. Liminal acts : a critical overview of contemporary performance and theory. London New York: Cassell, 1999. viii, 197 p.

[...] Liminal politics: the 'queer' aesthetics of Edward II. [...].

Gen PN2193.E86 B76 1999.

Experimental theater/Experimental films--History and criticism/Avant-garde (Music).

3826. Brunsdon, Charlotte. Feminist television criticism : a reader. Oxford New York: Clarendon Press Oxford University Press, 1997. xi, 387 p. (Oxford television studies).

[...] 14. Fruitful Investigations: The Case of the Successful Lesbian Text / Hilary Hinds. [...] 21. The Gorgeous Lesbian in L.A. Law: The Present Absence? / Rosanne Kennedy [...].

Gen PN1992.8.W65 F46 1997.

Television criticism.

3827. Bryant, Wayne M. Bisexual characters in film : from Anaïs to Zee. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press, c1997. xiii, 186 p. (Haworth gay & lesbian studies).

Ch. 1. Who is Bisexual? Similarities and Differences of Real and Celluloid Bisexuals -- Ch. 2. In the Beginning. A Survey of Bisexual Representation in Silent Film. Early Activism -- Ch. 3. Breaking the Code. The History of the Motion Picture Production Code. Independent Filmmakers Challenge the Code -- Ch. 4. Lost in the Translation. "Sanitizing" Bisexual Characters. Rewriting Biographies. The Case of No Sexuality -- Ch. 5. Killers and Psychos and Queers! Oh My! Lunatic Killers and the Mentally Ill. Other Bisexual Criminals -- Ch. 6. Bisexual As Victim. No Rest for the Wicked! -- Ch. 7. Wedded Bliss. Stereotypes of Bisexual Husbands. Why Wives Turn to Other Women -- Ch. 8. Anything That Moves. Promiscuity Among Screen Bisexuals -- Ch. 9. Do the Hustle. Bisexual Male Prostitution. Runaways -- Ch. 10. Bi Camp -- Ch. 11. The Butt of the Joke -- Ch. 12. Oil and Water? Lesbians and Bisexuals Together on Film -- Ch. 13. In Their Own Image. Historical Definitions of Bisexuality. Bisexual Entertainers: Making a Difference -- Ch. 14. By the Bi. The Bisexual Influence Offscreen. Bisexual Writers -- Ch. 15. Conclusion.

Gen PN1995.9.B57 B78 1997.

Bisexuality in motion pictures.

3828. Capsuto, Steven. Alternate channels : the uncensored story of gay and lesbian images on radio and television. 1st ed. New York: Ballantine Books, 2000. xvi, 495 p.

Gen PN1992.8.H64 C37 2000.

Homosexuality on television.

3829. Carson, Diane, Dittmar, Linda, and Welsch, Janice R. Multiple voices in feminist film criticism. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1994. ix, 547 p.

Includes: "A Queer Feeling When I Look at You": Hollywood Stars and Lesbian Spectatorship in the 1930s / Andrea Weiss -- The Hypothetical Lesbian Heroine in Narrative Feature Film / Chris Straayer.

Gen PN1995.9.W6M820 1994.

Women in motion pictures/Feminist film criticism.

3830. Cartmell, Deborah. Sisterhoods : across the literature/media divide. London Sterling, Va: Pluto Press, 1998. vi, 210 p. (Film/fiction, v. 3).

[...] 5. Representations of Sisterhood in the Lesbian Historical Fiction of the 1980s / Paulina Palmer [...].

Gen PN1995.9.W6S57 1998.

Feminism and motion pictures.

3831. Clum, John M. "He's all man" : learning masculinity, gayness, and love from American movies. 1st ed. New York: Palgrave, 2002. xxxii, 221 p., [10] p. of plates.

Gen PN1995.9.M46 C49 2002.

Men in motion pictures/Machismo in motion pictures/Homosexuality in motion pictures/Homosexuality and motion pictures.

3832. Cook, Pam and Dodd, Philip. Women and film : a Sight and sound reader. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1993. xxix, 287 p. (Culture and the moving image).

Includes: From Dietrich to Madonna: cross-gender icons / Marjorie Garber -- Homo pomo: the new queer cinema / B. Ruby Rich -- Queer questions: a response to B. Ruby Rich / Pratibha Parmar -- Queer male cinema and feminism / Amy Taubin.

Gen PN1995.9.W6W630 1993.

Women in motion pictures/Sex role in motion pictures/Lesbianism in motion pictures/Feminism and motion pictures/Women motion picture producers and directors.

3833. Corber, Robert J. In the name of national security : Hitchcock, homophobia, and the political construction of gender in postwar America. Durham: Duke University Press, 1993. x, 260 p. (New Americanists).

1. Draped in the American Flag: Cold War Liberals and the Resistance to Theory -- 2. Reconstructing Homosexuality: Hitchcock and the Homoerotics of Spectatorial Pleasure -- 3. Resisting History: Rear Window and the Limits of the Postwar Settlement -- 4. The Fantasy of the Maternal Voice: The Man Who Knew Too Much and the Eroticization of Motherhood -- 5. "There are Many Such Stories": Vertigo and the Repression of Historical Knowledge -- 6. Hitchcock Through the Looking Glass: Psycho and the Breakdown of the Social.

Gen PN1998.3.H58C670 1993.

Hitchcock, Alfred/Motion pictures--Political aspects--United States/Homosexuality in motion pictures.

3834. Council on Social Work Education Commission on Gay/Lesbian Issues in Social Work Education. Annotated filmography of selected films with lesbian/gay content. New York: Council on Social Work Education, 1984. iii, 25 p.

Pt. 1. Annotated bibliography of educational films -- pt. 2. Annotated bibliography of feature-length films -- pt. 3. List of distributors for educational films listed in part 1.

SSAd HQ76.25.A615 1984.

Homosexuality--Film catalogs/Lesbianism--Film catalogs.

3835. Darren, Alison. Lesbian film guide. London New York: Cassell, 2000. ix, 246 p.

Includes indexes.

Gen PN1995.9.L48D37 2000.

Lesbians in motion pictures/Motion pictures/Lesbianism/Homosexuality/Lesbianism in motion pictures/Homosexuality in motion pictures.

3836. Davies, Jude, Smith, Carol R., and British Association for American Studies. Gender, ethnicity and sexuality in contemporary American film. Edinburgh: Keele University Press, 1997. vii, 156 p. (BAAS paperbacks).

1. White Masculinity as Paternity: Michael Douglas, Fatherhood and the Uses of the American Family. Wall Street: Good capitalism and bad - The all-male family vs. homosexual seduction. Falling Down: Identity politics for straight white males. Disclosure: Virtual identities - sexual politics and Pacific Rim economics -- [...] 3. Putting the Homo into America: Reconstructing Gay Identities in the National Frame. The Celluloid Closet and The Question of Equality: Reconstructing gay film history. Stonewall's romances of resistance. Tongues United and national narratives of black and gay identity. Swoon: murdering stereotypes. Go Fish: lesbian romances of resistance. Philadelphia: People like us? [...].

Gen PN1995.9.S45 D38 1997.

Sex role in motion pictures/Sex in motion pictures/Minorities in motion pictures/Homosexuality in motion pictures/Motion pictures--United States.

3837. DeAngelis, Michael. Gay fandom and crossover stardom : James Dean, Mel Gibson, and Keanu Reeves. Durham: Duke University Press, 2001. x, 285 p.

Gen PN1995.9.H55 D43 2001.

Dean, James/Gibson, Mel/Reeves, Keanu/Motion pictures and gay men.

3837.2 DeLauretis, Teresa. Technologies of Gender: Essays on Theory, Film, and Fiction. . Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1987. 151 p.

Gen PN56.F46D40 1987.

Feminism and literature/Feminism and motion pictures/Feminism.

3838. Doty, Alexander. Flaming classics : queering the film canon. New York: Routledge, 2000. 194 p.

1. Render unto Cesare: The Queerness of Caligari -- 2. "My Beautiful Wickedness": The Wizard of Oz as Lesbian Fantasy -- 3. Queerness, Comedy, and The Women -- 4. The Queer Aesthete, the Diva, and The Red Shoes -- 5. Everyone's Here for Love: Bisexuality and Gentlemen Prefer Blondes -- 6. "He's a transvestite!" "Ah, not exactly." How Queer Is My Psyco.

Gen PN1995.9.H55 D68 2000.

Homosexuality and motion pictures/Homosexuality in motion pictures.

3839. Doty, Alexander. Making things perfectly queer : interpreting mass culture. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1993. xix, 146 p.

Introduction: What Makes Queerness Most? -- 1. There's Something Queer Here -- 2. Whose Text Is It Anyway? Queer Cultures, Queer Auteurs, and Queer Authorship -- 3. I Love Laverne and Shirley. Lesbian Narratives, Queer Pleasures, and Television Sitcoms -- 4. The Gay Straight Man: Jack Benny and The Jack Benny Program -- 5. The Sissy Boy, the Fat Ladies, and the Dykes: Queerness and/as Gender in Pee-wee's World -- Afterword: "You Flush It, I Flaunt It!".

Gen PN1992.8.H64D680 1993.

Homosexuality in television/Television programs--Social aspects--United States/Popular culture--United States--History--20th century.

3840. Dyer, Richard. Now you see it : studies on lesbian and gay film. London New York: Routledge, 1990. xi, 328 p.

Gen, Harp PN1995.9.H55D940 1990.

Homosexuality in motion pictures.

3840.2 Dyer, Richard, Ed. Gays and Film. New York: New York Zootrope, 1984. 110 p.

Gen PN1995.9.H55G3 1984.

Homosexuality in motion pictures.

3841. Dyer, Richard. The matter of images : essays on representations. London New York: Routledge, 1993. ix, 172 p.

1. Introduction -- 2. In a word -- 3. The role of stereotypes -- 4. Seen to be believed: some problems in the representation of gay people as typical -- 5. Homosexuality and film noir -- 6. Coming out as going in: the image of the homosexual as a sad young man -- 7. Victim: hegemonic project -- 8. Male sexuality in the media -- 9. Brief affairs -- 10. Papillon -- 11. Straight acting -- 12. A Passage to India -- 13. White.

Gen PN1995.9.H55D930 1993.

Homosexuality in motion pictures/Motion pictures--Social aspects/Stereotype (Psychology) in mass media.

3842. Edmonson, Roger. Clone : the life and legacy of Al Parker, gay superstar . 1st ed. Los Angeles: Alyson Books, 2000. xviii, 210 p.

Gen PN2287.P24 A3 2000.

Parker, Al/Motion picture actors and actresses--United States/Gay actors--United States/Erotic films.

3843. Ehrenstein, David. Open secret : gay Hollywood, 1928-1998. 1st ed. New York: William Morrow and Co, c1998. x, 372 p.

Gen PN1995.9.H55 E47 1998.

Homosexuality in motion pictures--United States.

3844. El-Tayeb, Fatima and Maccarone, Angelina. Alles wird gut : das Film-Buch. 1. Aufl. Berlin: Orlanda, [1999]. 154 p.

Gen PN1997.A664 1999.

Feature films/Lesbian couples--Germany/Lesbian communities--Germany/Homosexuality in motion pictures.

3845. Farmer, Brett. Spectacular passions : cinema, fantasy, gay male spectatorships. Durham [N.C.]: Duke University Press, 2000. x, 305 p.

Gen PN1995.9.H55F37 2000.

Motion pictures and gay men/Motion picture audiences--Psychology.

3846. Freedman, Jonathan and Millington, Richard H. Hitchcock's America. New York: Oxford University Press, 1999. viii, 192 p.

[...] 5. Hitchcock's Washington: Spectatorship, Ideology, and the "Homosexual Menace" in Strangers on a Train / Robert J. Corber [...].

Gen, Harp PN1998.3.H58 H575 1999 .

Hitchcock, Alfred/National characteristics, American, in motion pictures/United States--In motion pictures.

3847. Friedman, Lester D. Arthur Penn's "Bonnie and Clyde". Cambridge, U.K New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2000. xvii, 211 p. (Cambridge film handbooks series).

[...] Erasure and Taboo: A Queer Reading of Bonnie and Clyde / Liora Moriel [...].

Gen PN1997 .B6797 2000.

Bonnie and Clyde (Motion picture).

3848. Geraghty, Christine and Lusted, David. The television studies book. London New York New York: Arnold Distributed exclusively in the USA by St. Martin's Press, c1998. ix, 337 p.

[...] 15. Producing (Queer) Communities: Public Access Cable TV in the USA / Eric Freedman [...].

Gen PN1992.6 .T43 1998.

Television broadcasting--Social aspects/Television broadcasting.

3849. Gever, Martha, Parmar, Pratibha, and Greyson, John. Queer looks : perspectives on lesbian and gay film and video. New York: Routledge, 1993. xv, 413 p.

Introduction: On a Queer Day You Can See Forever / Martha Gever, John Greyson and Pratibha Parmar -- That Moment of Emergence / Pratibha Parmar -- Working Round the L-Word / Yvonne Rainer -- On the Make: Activist Video Collectives / Catherine Saalfield -- Eso, me esta pasando / Ray Navarro -- "Filling the lack in everybody is quite hard work, really..." A roundtable discussion / Joy Chamberlain, Isaac Julien, Stuart Marshall and Pratibha Parmar -- The Cost of Love / Richard Kwietniowski -- The Politics of Abstraction / Barbara Hammer -- George Kuchar: Half the Story / Mark Finch -- An Unrequited Desire for the Sublime: Looking at Lesbian Representation Across the Works of Abigail Child, Cecilia Dougherty, and Su Friedrich / Liz Kotz -- Girlfriend in a Coma: Notes on the Films of Gregg Araki / Daryl Chin -- Queens of Language: Paris Is Burning / Jackie Goldsby -- "The Only Haircut that Makes Sense Anymore": Queer Subculture and Gay Resistance / Matias Viegener -- Bodies in Trouble / Marusia Bociurkiw -- The Third Body: Patterns in the Construction of the Subject in Gay Male Narrative Film / Thomas Waugh -- Storming the Lull, or It's a Lesbian Heat Wave / Sara Diamond -- No Sex in the USSR / Andrei Plakhov -- Pictures of Sickness: Stuart Marshall's Bright Eyes / Martha Gever -- Ecce Homo: On Making Personal Gay Cinema / Jerry Tartaglia -- The AIDS Crisis Is Riduculous / Gregg Bordowitz -- Making the Most of Your Backyard: The Story of an Ideal Beauty / Kaucyila Brooke -- Birth of a Notion: Towards Black Gay and Lesbian Imagery in Film and Video / Michelle Parkerson -- Dark and Lovely Too: Black Gay Men in Independent Film / Kobena Mercer -- Fassbinder, Franz, Fox, Elvira, Erwin, Armin, and All the Others / Douglas Crimp -- Madame X of the China Seas / Patricia White -- My Affair with Pasolini / John Di Stefano -- Desiring Conquest / Lawrence Chua -- When Difference Is (More Than) Skin Deep / B. Ruby Rich -- India Postcard, or Why I Make Work in a Racist, Homophobic Society / Sunil Gupta -- Porno? / Wieland Speck -- Shortcomings: Questions about Pornography as Pedagogy / Richard Fung -- She Must be Seeing Things: An Interview with Sheila McLaughlin / Alison Butler -- Dessert Hearts / Mandy Merck -- Security Blankets: Sex, Video and the Police / John Greyson -- Homosexuality as Dissent/Cinema as Subversion: Articulating Gay Consciousness in the Philippines / Nick Deocampo -- Take Back the Light: A Lesbian Visibility Lampshade / Donna Evans and Jean Carlomusto.

Gen PN1995.9.H55Q40 1993.

Homosexuality in motion pictures.

3850. Gomez, Gabriel. Facets gay & lesbian video guide. 2nd ed., rev. and expanded. Chicago: Facets Multi-Media/Academy Chicago Publishers, 1997. viii, 204 p.

A guide to over 400 lesbian and gay films readily available on video. Listed by title, indexed by director.

Gen PN1995.9.H55M35 1997.

Homosexuality in motion pictures.

3851. Griffin, Sean. Tinker Belles and evil queens : the Walt Disney Company from the inside out. New York: New York University Press, c2000. xxiii, 292 p.

Introduction: Whose Prince Is It, Anyway? -- I. With Walt. 1. Mickey's Monastery: Sexuality and the "Disney Mystique" 2. "Mickey Mouse - Always Gay!": Reading Disney Queerly during Walt's Reign -- II. Since Walt. 3. Finding a Place in the Kingdom: Homosexuality at Disney during the Eisner Era. 4. "Part of Your World": Reading Disney Queerly in the Eisner Era. 5. "You've Never Had a Friend Like Me": Target Marketing Disney to a Gay Community. Epilogue: The Circle of Life.

Gen PN1999.W27 G75 2000.

Walt Disney Company/Homosexuality and motion pictures.

3852. Grossman, Andrew. Queer Asian cinema : shadows in the shade. New York: Harrington Park Press, c2000. xx, 346 p.

"Co-published simultaneously as Journal of homosexuality, volume 39, numbers 3/4, 2000.".

Gen PN1995.9.H55 Q39 2000.

Homosexuality in motion pictures/Motion pictures--Asia.

3853. Hadleigh, Boze. Conversations with my elders. 1st ed. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1986. xiii, 209 p.

Gen HQ75.7.H330 1986.

Gay men--United States--Interviews/Motion picture producers and directors--United States--Interviews/Motion picture actors and actresses--United States--Interviews.

3854. Hadleigh, Boze. Hollywood lesbians : conversations with Sandy Dennis, Barbara Stanwyck, Marjorie Main, Nancy Kulp, Patsy Kelly, Agnes Moorehead, Edith Head, Dorothy Arzner, Capucine, Judith Anderson. New York: Barricade Books, 1994. 272 p.

Gen PN1995.9.L48H230 1994.

Lesbian actresses--United States--Interviews/Motion picture actors and actresses--United States--Interviews.

3855. Hadleigh, Boze. The lavender screen : the gay and lesbian films : their stars, makers, characters, and critics. Secaucus, N.J: Carol Pub. Group, 1993. 254 p.

"A Citadel Press book." Foreword -- Preface: Lights, Camera . . . -- 1. Olden Days: Maedchen in Uniform -- 2. This Homosexuality: Suddenly, Last Summer -- 3. Special Friends: A Taste of Honey and A Special Day -- 4. School Days: The Children's Hour and Therese and Isabelle -- 5. Whitemail: Victim(s) -- 6. Uniform: Reflections in a Golden Eye and The Sergeant -- 7. Coping: The Killing of Sister George and The Fox -- 8. Hunks: Teorema; Entertaining Mr. Sloane; and Something for Everyone -- 9. Villains: The Damned and Cabaret -- 10. After Fellini: Fellini Satyricon -- 11. His Story, Her Story -- 12. Being There: Midnight Cowboy and Cruising -- 13. Roomies: Staircase and Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon -- 14. Mix-Matched: The Music Lovers and Sunday, Bloody Sunday -- 15. Little Men: The Boys in the Band -- 16. Transsexuals: Myra Breckinridge and Co. -- 17. Solitary Mann: Death in Venice -- 18. Bent: Fortune and Men's Eyes and Dog Day Afternoon -- 19. Older Men, Younger Men: Butley and Nijinksy -- 20. Music Lovers: The Rocky Horror Picture Show -- 21. Being There II: The Ritz -- 22. Men's Women: Bilitis and A Personal Best -- 23. Lesbians You Love to/or Hate -- 24. Fairy Fale: A Different Story -- 25. Dress Reversal: Outrageous!, Too Outrageous!, and Victor/Victoria -- 26. Messieurdames: La Cage Aux Folles I, II, and III -- 27. Mlle. Hamlet, M. Ophelia -- 28. Husbands: California Suite and Deathtrap -- 29. Lovemaking: Making Love -- 30. Friendship: Partners and The Dresser -- 31. Class of '82 -- 32. Doppelganger: Querelle -- 33. Vamps: The Hunger -- 34. One in Every Crowd -- 35. All-American Boys: Streamers -- 36. Brits: Privates on Parade and Another Country -- 37. Exotics: Kiss of the Spider Woman and Mishima -- 38. New Women: Lianna and Desert Hearts -- 39. Love Stories: Prick Up Your Ears and Maurice -- 40. Survivors: Torch Song Trilogy and Longtime Companion.

Gen PN1995.9.H55H340 1993.

Homosexuality in motion pictures.

3856. Hamamoto, Darrell Y. and Liu, Sandra. Countervisions : Asian American film criticism. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2000. xiv, 317 p. (Asian American history and culture).

[...] Bad Asians : new film and video by queer Asian American artists / Eve Oishi [...].

Gen PN1995.9.A78C68 2000.

Asians in motion pictures/Asian Americans in motion pictures.

3857. Hankin, Kelly. The girls in the back room : looking at the lesbian bar. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, c2002. xxv, 202 p.

Gen PN1995.9.L48 H26 2002.

Lesbian bars in motion pictures/Lesbianism in motion pictures/Lesbians in motion pictures.

3858. Hanson, Ellis. Out takes : essays on queer theory and film. Durham [N.C.]: Duke University Press, 1999. vi, 364 p. (Series Q).

Introduction: Out Takes / Ellis Hanson -- Cruise Control: Rethinking Masculinity in Classic Cinema. Queering the Deal: On the Road with Hope and Crosby / Steven Cohan. The Queer Aesthete, the Diva, and The Red Shoes / Alexander Doty. Rear Window's Glasshole / Lee Edelman. Visual Pleasure in 1959 / D. A. Miller -- Lesbian Looks: Desire, Identification, Fantasy. Cassandra's Eyes / Bonnie Burns. "That Ain't All She Ain't": Doris Day and Queer Performativity / Eric Savoy. Lesbians Who Bite / Ellis Hanson. Heavenly Creatures in Godzone / Michelle Elleray -- Queering the Reel: Sexual Politics and Independent Cinema. White Neurotics, Black Primitives, and the Queer Matrix of Borderline / Jean Walton. Scandalous! Kenneth Anger and the Prohibitions of Hollywood History / Matthew Tinkcom. Queer Period: Derek Jarman's Renaissance / Jim Ellis. Foridden Love: Pulp as Lesbian History / Amy Villarejo.

Gen PN1995.9.H55 O88 1999.

Homosexuality in motion pictures/Homosexuality and motion pictures/Gay motion picture producers and directors.

3859. Hart, Lynda. Fatal women : lesbian sexuality and the mark of aggression. Princeton, N.J: Princeton University Press, 1994. xvi, 201 p.

1. Introduction: The Paradox of Prohibition -- 2. The Victorian Villainess and the Patriarchal Unconscious -- 3. Enter the Invert: Frank Wedekind's Lulu Plays -- 4. Chloe Liked Olivia: Death, Desire, and Detection in the Female Buddy Film -- 5. Reconsidering Homophobia: Karen Finley's Indiscretions -- 6. Race and Reproduction: Single White Female -- 7. Why The[word is lined out]Woman Did It: Basic Instinct and its Vicissitudes -- 8. Surpassing the Word: Aileen Wuornos -- 9. Afterword: Zero Degree Deviancy - Lesbians Who Kill.

Gen PN1995.9.L48H270 1994.

Lesbianism in motion pictures/Women in motion pictures/Feminism and theater/Lesbianism in literature.

3860. Hetze, Stefanie. Happy-End für wen? : Kino und lesbische Frauen. Frankfurt: Tende, 1986. 190 p.

Gen PN1995.9.L48H40 1986.

Lesbianism in motion pictures/Women in motion pictures.

3861. Hill, John and Gibson, Pamela Church. The Oxford guide to film studies. Oxford [England] New York: Oxford University Press, 1998. xxii, 624 p.

[...] 14. Gay and lesbian criticism / Anneke Smelik. 15. Queer theory / Alexander Doty. 16. Pornography / Laura Kipnis [...].

Harp, Gen PN1995 .O93 1998 .

Film criticism/Motion pictures.

3862. Hill, John and Gibson, Pamela Church. Film studies : critical approaches. Oxford New York: Oxford University Press, 2000. xv, 229 p.

[...] 14. Gay and lesbian criticism / Anneke Smelik. 15. Queer theory / Alexander Doty [...].

Gen PN1995 .F55 2000.

Film criticism/Motion pictures/Motion pictures--Study and teaching .

3863. Hollinger, Karen. In the company of women : contemporary female friendship films. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, c1998. viii, 275 p.

[...] 5. The Erotic Female Friendship Film: Lesbianism in the Mainstream: Personal Best, Desert Hearts, Fried Green Tomatoes, Go Fish [...].

Gen PN1995.9.W6 H66 1998.

Women in motion pictures/Female friendship in motion pictures.

3864. Holmlund, Chris and Fuchs, Cynthia. Between the sheets, in the streets : queer, lesbian, gay documentary. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, c1997. x, 274 p. (Visible evidence, v. 1).

Introduction / Chris Holmlund and Cynthia Fuchs -- 1. Queer Representation and Oregon's 1992 Anti-Gay Ballot Measure: Measuring the Politics of Mainstreaming / Ronald Gregg -- 2. Imaging the Queer South: Southern Lesbian and Gay Documentary / Chris Cagle -- 3. Real/Young/TV Queer / Erika Suderburg -- 4. Of Hags and Crones: Reclaiming Lesbian Desire for the Trouble Zone of Aging /rLinda Dittmar -- 5. Documentary That Dare/Not Speak Its Name: Jack Smith's Flaming Creatures / Marc Siegel -- 6. Walking on Tippy Toes: Lesbian and Gay Liberation Documentary of the Post-Stonewall Period 1969-84 / Thomas Waugh -- 7. When Autobiography Meets Ethnography and Girl Meets Girl: The "Dyke Docs" of Sadie Benning and Su Friedrich / Chris Holmlund -- 8. Love, Death, and Videotape: Silverlake Life / Beverly Seckinger and Janet Jakobsen -- 9. Autobiography, Home Movies, and Derek Jarman's History Lesson / Justin Wyatt -- 10. Getting into Lesbian Shorts: White Spectators and Performative Documentaries by Makers of Color / Lynda Goldstein -- 11. "Hard to Believe": Reality Anxieties in Without You I'm Nothing, Paris Is Burning, and "Dunyementaries" / Cynthia Fuchs -- 12. Transgender Mirrors: Queering Sexual Difference / Chris Straayer -- 13. Irony and Dissembling: Queer Tactics for Experimental Documentary / Kathleen McHugh -- Film and Videography / Lynda McAfee.

Gen P96.D622 U63 1997.

Documentary mass media--United States/Gays in popular culture--United States.

3865. Hoogland, Renée C. Lesbian configurations. New York: Columbia University Press, 1997. viii, 168 p. (Between men--between women).

1. Defining Differences: The Lavender Menace and The Color Purple -- 2. Basic Instinct: The Lesbian Spectre as Castrating Agent -- 3. Impossible Subject among Multiple Cross-overs: Roman Polanski's Bitter Moon -- 4. Sex/textual Conflicts in The Bell Jar: Sylvia Plath's Doubling Negatives -- 5. Queer Undercurrents: Disruptive Desire in Elizabeth Bowen's Friends and Relations -- 6. Fatal Attractions: Feminist Theory and the Lesbian Lure.

Gen PN56.L45H66 1997.

Lesbianism in literature/Lesbians in literature/Lesbianism in motion pictures.

3866. Isherwood, Charles. Wonder bread and ecstasy : the life and death of Joey Stefano. 1st ed. Los Angeles: Alyson Publications, 1996. 208 p.

Gen PN2287.S6763I84 1996.

Stefano, Joey/Motion picture actors and actresses--United States--Biography/Erotic films.

3867. Jackson, Claire and Tapp, Peter. The bent lens : a world guide to gay & lesbian film. St Kilda, Vic., Australia: Australian Catalogue Company, 1997. 419 p.

Gen PN1995.9.H55 B46 1997.

Homosexuality in motion pictures/Motion pictures--Catalogs.

3868. Jarman, Derek. Modern nature. 1st American ed. Woodstock, N.Y: Overlook Press, 1994. 314 p., [32] p. of plates.

Gen PN1998.3.J3A3 1994.

Jarman, Derek/Motion picture producers and directors--Great Britain--Biography/Gay men--Great Britain--Biography/AIDS (Disease)--Patients--Great Britain--Biography.

3869. Jarman, Derek and Allen, Shaun. Dancing ledge. London New York: Quartet Books, 1984. 249 p.

Gen PN1998.A3J37.

Jarman, Derek/Motion picture producers and directors--Great Britain--Biography/Painters--Great Britain--Biography/Homosexuality in motion pictures.

3870. Jarman, Derek, McBride, Stephen, Butler, Ken, and Marlowe, Christopher. Queer Edward II. London: British Film Institute Pub, 1991. 169 p.

Eighty-two illustrated sequences from the film Edward II, with dialogue and marginal commentary; the screenplay (based on the play by Christopher Marlowe) and commentary are by Jarman, Stephen McBride, and Ken Butler.

Gen PN1997.E3533J37 1991.

Jarman, Derek/Edward II (Motion picture)/Homosexuality in motion pictures.

3871. Johnson, Phylis and Keith, Michael C. Queer airwaves : the story of gay and lesbian broadcasting. Armonk, N.Y: M.E. Sharpe, c2001. xi, 298 p. (Media, communication, and culture in America).

Gen PN1990.9.H64 J64 2001.

Gay broadcasters--United States/Radio programs for gays--United States/Television programs for gays--United States/Homosexuality on radio/Homosexuality on television.

3872. Joseph, May and Fink, Jennifer. Performing hybridity. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, c1999. vii, 258 p.

[...] The Autoethnographic Performance: Reading Richard Fung's Queer Hybridity / Jose Esteban Munoz [...].

Gen NX180.H93 P47 1999.

Hybridity (Social sciences) and the arts.

3873. Kabir, Shameem. Daughters of desire : lesbian representations in film. London Washington [DC]: Cassell, 1998. viii, 248 p.

Introduction: Desire, Dyke-Icons, Mothers and Others Matter -- 1. Lesbian Desire on the Screen: The Mother as Other: The Hunger -- 2. The Castration of Lesbian Desire in Cinema: A Matter of Some Agency: Sister George Not at Her Personal Best -- 3. European Lesbians in Film: Reformulating the Fetishization of Beauty: November Moon Falls At First Sight -- 4. Lesbian Desire for Bedding Lesbians in Cinema: Plural Positionalities: Claire of the Moon Wants to Go Fish...When Night Is Falling -- 5. Lesbian Representations from Text to Screen: Reworking the Received: The Color Purple and Fried Green Tomatoes -- 6. Lesbians Come Out on Celluloid: Rage and Trauma as Subtext: Lianna on Thin Ice Listens to Nocturne -- 7. Early Cinema Lesbians in and out of the Closet: The Subtext Speaks the Unspeakable: Rebecca Seeks Queen Christina with Several Maidens in Uniform -- 8. Lesbian Spectating of Film: Extratext, Subtext, Intertext, Interdiscourse: Desperately Seeking Susan at the Bagdad Cafe Looking for Salmonberries and Fire -- 9. The Lesbian Subtext in Cinema: Resistant Readings: Thelma and Louise.

Gen PN1995.9.L48 K23 1998.

Lesbianism in motion pictures.

3874. Kaplan, E. Ann. Women in film noir. New ed., rev. and expanded ed. London: BFI Pub, 1998. ix, 238 p.

[...] 9. Postscript: Queers and Women in Film Noir / Richard Dyer -- 10. Female Spectator, Lesbian Spectre: The Haunting / Patricia White -- 11. Femme Fatale or Lesbian Femme: Bound in Sexual Differance / Chris Straayer [...].

Harp, Gen PN1995.9.W6 W66 1998 .

Women in motion pictures.

3875. Keller, James R. Queer (un)friendly film and television. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, c2002. x, 211 p.

Gen PN1995.9.H55 K45 2002.

Homosexuality in motion pictures/Homosexuality on television.

3876. Kuzniar, Alice A. The queer German cinema. Stanford, Calif: Stanford University Press, c2000. x, 314 p.

1. Gender Inverts and Cross-Dressers: Reading for a Queer Weimar Cinema -- 2. "Now I Have a Different Desire": Transgender Specularity in Zarah Leanderand R. W. Fassbinder -- 3. The Pink Peril: Rosa von Praunheim -- 4. "The Passionate Evidence" of Werner Schroeter's Maria Malibran and Der Rosenkonig -- 5. Allegory, Androgyny, Anamorphosis: Ulrike Ottinger's Dorian Gray -- 6. Lesbians Abroad: The Queer Nationhood of Monika Treut et al -- 7. A Gay Melancholia: Michael Stock's Prinz in Holleland -- 8. Experimental Visions: Brynntrup, Muller, Schillinger, Scheirl, and Purrer -- 9. Dyke Noir Animation -- Epilogue. An Erotics of Transgression: Queer Cinema and Counterpolitics.

Gen PN1995.9.H55 K89 2000.

Homosexuality in motion pictures/Motion pictures--Germany.

3877. Lechón Alvarez, Manuel. La sala oscura : guía del cine gay español y latinoamericano. Madrid: Nuer, c2001. 110, [1] p. (Nuer, 17).

Gen PN1995.9.H55L43 2001.

Homosexuality in motion pictures/Motion pictures--Spain/Motion pictures--Latin America.

3878. Levy, Emanuel. Cinema of outsiders : the rise of American independent film . New York: New York University Press, c1999. xiii, 601 p., [32] p. of plates.

[...] 12. The New Gay and Lesbian Cinema -- [...] App. 1. Major Indie Movies by Title (1977-1998) -- App. 2. Major Indie Movies by Year (1977-1998).

Gen PN1995.9.E96 L43 1999.

Experimental films--United States--History and criticism/Low budget motion pictures--United States/Independent filmmakers--United States--Biography.

3879. Lyons, Charles. The new censors : movies and the culture wars. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, c1997. 235 p. (Culture and the moving image).

[...] 4. We Are Not Invisible: Gays and Lesbians against Basic Instinct (1991-1992) [...].

Gen PN1995.62 .L96 1997.

Motion pictures--Censorship--United States/Culture conflict--United States.

3880. Madsen, Axel. The sewing circle : Hollywood's greatest secret : female stars who loved other women. Secaucus, N.J: Carol Pub. Group, 1995. xv, 240 p., [24] p. of plates.

"A Birch Lane Press book.".

Gen PN1995.9.L48M33 1995.

Lesbian actresses--United States--Biography/Motion picture actors and actresses--United States--Biography.

3881. Majer O'Sickey, Ingeborg and Zadow, Ingeborg von. Triangulated visions : women in recent German cinema. Albany: State University of New York Press, c1998. vii, 291 p. (SUNY series in feminist criticism and theory SUNY series, cultural studies in cinema/video).

[...] 4. The Queer and Unqueer Spaces of Monika Treut's Films / Marcia Klotz -- [...] 12. Why Drag the Diva Into It? Werner Schroeter's Gay Representation of Femininity / Ulrike Sieglohr [...].

Gen PN1995.9.W6 T75 1998.

Women in motion pictures/Women in the motion picture industry--Germany.

3882. Mann, William J. Wisecracker : the life and times of William Haines, Hollywood's first openly gay star. New York: Viking, 1998. xvii, 444 p.

Gen PN2287.H172 M36 1998.

Haines, William/Motion picture actors and actresses--United States--Biography/Gay men--United States--Biography.

3883. Mann, William J. Behind the screen : how gays and lesbians shaped Hollywood, 1910-1969. New York: Viking, c2001. xxiv, 422 p., [16] p. of plates.

Gen PN2286.5 .M36 2001.

Gay motion picture actors and actresses--United States/Gay motion picture producers and directors--United States.

3884. Mayne, Judith. Framed : lesbians, feminists, and media culture. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, c2000. xxiii, 224 p.

Gen PN1995.9.W6 M359 2000.

Women in motion pictures/Feminism and motion pictures/Feminist film criticism/Lesbianism in motion pictures/Women on television.

3885. McCann, Graham. Rebel males : Clift, Brando, and Dean. New Brunswick, N.J: Rutgers University Press, 1993. 214 p.

1. Rebel Males -- 2. Montgomery Clift -- 3. Marlon Brando -- 4. James Dean -- 5. The Legacy.

Gen PN1998.2.M40 1993.

Clift, Montgomery/Brando, Marlon/Dean, James/Motion picture actors and actresses--United States--Biography/Men actors--United States--Biography/Men actors--United States--Sexual behavior/Bisexuality.

3886. Michaels, Lloyd. Ingmar Bergman's Persona. Cambridge, U.K New York: Cambridge University Press, 2000. xiv, 191 p. (Cambridge film handbooks).

[...] 6. Feminist Theory and the Performance of Lesbian Desire in Persona / Gwendolyn Audrey Foster.

Gen PN1997.P464 I54 2000.

Persona (Motion picture).

3887. Miller, Toby and Stam, Robert. A companion to film theory. Malden, Mass: Blackwell, 1999. vi, 428 p. (Blackwell companions in cultural studies, 1).

[...] 10. Laura Mulvey Meets Catherine Tramell Meets the She-Man: Counter-History, Reclamation, and Incongruity in Lesbian, Gay, and Queer Film and Media Criticism / Julia Erhart [...].

Gen PN1995 .B495 1999.

Motion pictures/Motion pictures--Social aspects.

3888. Miller, Toby and Stam, Robert. Film and theory : an anthology. [Malden, Mass.]: Blackwell Pub, 2000. xviii, 862 p.

Introduction / Robert Stam -- Pt. I. The Author -- Introduction / Robert Stam. 1. Dennis Potter and the Question of the Television Author / Rosalind Coward. 2. To Desire Differently: Feminism and the French Cinema / Sandy Flitterman-Lewis. 3. The Unauthorized Auteur Today / Dudley Andrew -- Pt. II. Film Language/Specificity -- Introduction / Robert Stam. 4. The Specificity of Media in the Arts / Noel Carroll. 5. For a Semio-Pragmatics of Film / Roger Odin. 6. The Scene of the Screen: Envisioning Cinematic and Electronic "Presence" / Vivian Sobchack -- Pt. III. The Image and Technology -- Introduction / Toby Miller and Robert Stam. 7. Necessities and Constraints: A Pattern of Technological Change / Brian Winston. 8. Projections of Sound on Image / Michel Chion. 9. Modes of Production: The Televisual Apparatus / John T. Caldwell -- Pt. IV. Text and Intertext -- Introduction / Robert Stam. 10. Questions of Genre / Steve Neale. 11. A Semantic/Syntactic Approach to Film Genre / Rick Altman. 12. The "Force-Field" of Melodrama / Stuart Cunningham. 13. Film Bodies: Gender, Genre, and Excess / Linda Williams -- Pt. V. The Question of Realism -- Introduction / Robert Stam. 14. The Cinema of Attraction: Early Film, Its Spectator, and the Avant-Garde / Tom Gunning. 15. Black American Cinema: The New Realism / Manthia Diawara -- Pt. VI. Alternative Aesthetics -- Introduction / Robert Stam. 16. Towards a Third Cinema / Fernando Solanas and Octavio Gettino. 17. For an Imperfect Cinema / Julio Garcia Espinosa. 18. Towards a Critical Theory of Third World Films / Teshome H. Gabriel. 1. Rethinking Women's Cinema: Aesthetics and Feminist Theory / Teresa de Lauretis -- Pt. VII. The Historical Spectator/Audience -- Introduction / Toby Miller. 20. Cowboys and Indians: Perceptions of Western Films Among American Indians and Anglos / JoEllen Shively. 21. Television News and Its Spectator / Robert Stam. 22. Addressing the Spectator of a "Third World" National Cinema: The Bombay "Social" Film of the 1940s and 1950s / Ravi S. Vasudevan -- Pt. VIII. Apparatus Theory -- Introduction / Toby Miller. 23. The Imaginary Signifir / Christian Metz. 24. The Orthopsychic Subject: Film Theory and the Reception of Lacan / Joan Copjec. 25. Feminism, Film Theory, and the Bachelor Machines / Constance Penley -- Pt. IX. The Nature of the Gaze -- Introduction / Toby Miller. 26. Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema / Laura Mulvey. 27. Film and the Masquerade: Theorizing the Female Spectator / Mary Ann Doane. 28. The Oppositional Gaze: Black Female Spectators / Bell Hooks. 29. Looking Awry / Slavoj Zizek -- Pt. X. Class and the Culture Industries -- Introduction / Toby Miller. 30. Constituents of a Theory of the Media / Hans Magnus Enzensberger. 31. Ideology, Economy and the British Cinema / John Hill. 32. Mass Culture and the Feminine: The "Place" of Television in Film Studies / Patrice Petro -- Pt. XI. Stars and Performance -- Introduction / Toby Miller. 33. Heavenly Bodies: Film Stars and Society / Richard Dyer. 34. The She-Man: Postmodern Bi-Sexed Performance in Film and Video / Chris Straayer. 35. Roseanne: Unruly Woman as Domestic Goddess / Kathleen K. Rowe. 36. Marlon Brando in On the Waterfront / James Naremore -- Pt. XII. Permutations of Difference -- Introduction / Robert Stam. 37. Gender and Culture of Empire: Toward a Feminist Ethnography of the Cinema / Ella Shohat. 38. Fantasies of the Master Race: Categories of Stereotyping of American Indians in Film / Ward Churchill. 39. Cultural Identity and Cinematic Representation / Stuart Hall. 40. White Privilege and Looking Relations: Race and Gender in Feminist Film Theory / Jane Gaines. 41. White / Richard Dyer -- Pt. XIII. The Politics of Postmodernism -- Introduction / Robert Stam. 42. Television and Postmodernism / Jim Collins. 43. Critical and Textual Hypermasculinity / Lynne Joyrich. 44. "In My Weeend-Only World...": Reconsidering Fandom / Henry Jenkins -- Select Bibliography / Toby Miller and Robert Stam.

Gen PN1994 .F4382 2000.

Motion pictures.

3889. Morrison, James. Passport to Hollywood : Hollywood films, European directors. Albany, N.Y: State University of New York Press, c1998. ix, 311 p. (The SUNY series in postmodern culture).

[...] 6. Mythic Self-Consciousness and Homosexual Panic in the New Hollywood: One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest and Deliverance [...].

Gen PN1993.5.U6 M656 1998.

Motion pictures--United States--History/Motion pictures--United States--European influences.

3890. Murray, Timothy. Like a film : ideological fantasy on screen, camera, and canvas. London New York: Routledge, 1993. x, 267 p.

1. Introduction: Ideological fantasy in reverse projection -- 2. Like a film: Reopening the case of the missing penis with Rainer, Silverman and Torok -- 3. Photo-Medusa: Roland Barthes Incorporated -- 4. Dirty stills: Arcadian retrospection, cinematic hieroglyphs, and blackness run riot in Olivier's Othello -- 5. Dirtier still? Wistful gazing and homographic hieroglyphs in Jarman's Caravaggio -- 6. What's happening? Lyotard writes art -- 7. Allegorizing 'Content': Metaphysical contradictions in the Harrisons' Lagoon Cycle -- 8. On the line.

Gen PN1995.25.M870 1993.

Motion pictures and the arts/Motion pictures--Social aspects/Motion pictures--Political aspects/Homosexuality in motion pictures.

3891. Olson, Jenni. The ultimate guide to lesbian & gay film and video. New York: Serpent's Tail, 1996. 389 p.

Gen PN1995.9.H55U48 1996.

Homosexuality in motion pictures/Motion pictures--Catalogs/Video recordings--Catalogs.

3892. Parish, James Robert. Gays and lesbians in mainstream cinema : plots, critiques, casts and credits for 272 theatrical and made-for-television Hollywood releases. Jefferson, N.C: McFarland & Co, 1993. xxiv, 496 p.

Gen PN1995.9.H55P370 1993.

Homosexuality in motion pictures/Motion pictures--United States--Catalogs/Motion pictures--United States--Plots, themes, etc.

3893. Powrie, Phil. French cinema in the 1980s : nostalgia and the crisis of masculinity. Oxford New York: Clarendon Press Oxford University Press, 1997. xii, 203 p.

[...] 6. Coup de foudre: Nostalgia and Lesbianism -- [...] 14. Trois hommes et un couffin: Hysterical Homoeroticism -- [...] 16. Tenue de soiree: The 'Suffering Macho' [...].

Gen PN1993.5.F7 P69 1997.

Motion pictures--France--History.

3894. Praunheim, Rosa von. 50 Jahre pervers : die sentimentalen Memoiren des Rosa von Praunheim. Köln: Kiepenheuer & Witsch, 1993. 394 p.

Gen PN1998.3.P72A3 1993.

Praunheim, Rosa von/Motion picture producers and directors--Germany--Biography/Gay men--Germany--Biography.

3895. Praunheim, Rosa von. Sex und Karriere. Hamburg: Rowohlt, 1978. 310, [40] p.

Gen PN1998.3.P72A3 1978 .

Praunheim, Rosa von/Motion picture producers and directors--Germany (West)--Biography/Gay men--Germany (West)--Biography.

3896. Price, Theodore. Hitchcock and homosexuality : his 50-year obsession with Jack the Ripper and the superbitch prostitute : a psychoanalytic view. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, 1992. xvii, 416 p.

1. The Homosexual Triptych: Murder!, Rope, and Strangers on a Train, Plus the "Fourth" Panel of the Triptych: The Paradine Case -- 2. Hitchcock and Homosexuality: Film by film -- 3. Hidden Meanings in Vertigo -- 4. Hidden Meanings in Rebecca -- 5. Jack the Ripper and the Superbitch Prostitute: The Birds -- 6. Hidden Meanings in Marnie -- 7. The Father-Daughter Theme: The Father/Hitch, Daughter/Pat "Trilogies," and Psycho -- 8. Hidden Meanings in I Confess -- 9. The German Silent Films of the Weimar Era as Clues to Hitchcock's films: Jack the Ripper and Homosexuality -- 10. Four Special Sequences as Clues to the Homosexuality Component: Strangers on a Train, The Paradine Case, To Catch a Thief, and Frenzy -- 11. Hitchcock and Homosexuality: Torn Curtain.

Gen PN1998.3.H58P750 1992.

Hitchcock, Alfred/Homosexuality in motion pictures.

3897. Redding, Judith M. and Brownworth, Victoria A. Film fatales : independent women directors. Seattle: Seal Press, c1997. 293 p.

[...] Radha Bharadwaj: Coming Out of Closet Land [...].

Gen PN1998.2 .R43 1997.

Women motion picture producers and directors/Women motion picture producers and directors--Interviews.

3898. Refiguring Spain : cinema, media, representation. Durham [N.C.]: Duke University Press, 1997. x, 370 p.

[...] Pt. 2. Sexual Reinscription. Out of the Cinematic Closet: Homosexuality in the Films of Eloy de la Iglesia / Stephen Tropiano. Pornography, Masculinity, Homosexuality: Almodovar's Matador and La ley del deseo / Paul Julian Smith [...].

res PN1993.5.S7 R35 1997.

Motion pictures--Political aspects--Spain/Motion pictures--Social aspects--Spain/Television broadcasting--Social aspects--Spain/Television and politics--Spain.

3899. Reich, Jacqueline and Garofalo, Piero. Re-viewing fascism : Italian cinema, 1922-1943. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, c2002. xiv, 368 p.

[...] Sex in the cinema : regulation and transgression in Italian films, 1930-1943 / David Forgacs -- Luchino Visconti's (homosexual) Ossessione / William Van Watson [...].

Gen PN1993.5.I88 R45 2002 .

Motion pictures--Italy--History/Fascism and motion pictures--Italy--History.

3900. Russo, Vito. The celluloid closet : homosexuality in the movies. 1st ed. New York: Harper & Row, 1981. xii, 276 p.

Gen PN1995.9.H55R80 1981.

Homosexuality in motion pictures.

3901. Samuels, Robert. Hitchcock's bi-textuality : Lacan, feminisms, and queer theory. Albany: State University of New York Press, c1998. ix, 166 p. (SUNY series in psychoanalysis and culture).

1. The Lady Vanishes, but the Letter Remains: Julia Kristeva and the Maternal Real(m) -- 2. The Fear of Women and the Writing in Spellbound: Kaja Silverman and the Question of Castration -- 3. Rebecca, Repetition, and the Circulation of Feminine Desire: Judith Butler and the Materiality of the Letter -- 4. Notorious: Luce Irigaray, Feminine Fluids, and Masculine (Be)Hind-Sight -- 5. Vertigo: Sexual Dis-Orientation and the En-Gendering of the Real -- 6. Marnie: Abjection, Marking, and Feminine Subjectivity -- 7. Rear Window Ethics: Laura Mulvey and the Inverted Gaze -- 8. The Birds: Zizek, Ideology, and the Horror of the Real -- Epilogue: Psycho and the Horror of the Bi-Textual Unconscious.

Gen PN1998.3.H58 S26 1998.

Hitchcock, Alfred.

3902. Saunders, Michael William. Imps of the perverse : gay monsters in film. Westport, Conn: Praeger, 1998. viii, 145 p.

1. A Genealogy of Gay Monstrosity -- 2. Growing Up Monstrous: My Own Private Idaho and The Living End -- 3. Jean Cocteau, Kenneth Anger and Jean Genet -- 4. Son of Genet: Fassbinder's Querelle -- 5. Embracing the Queer Monster: Dark Lovers, Wild Lives -- 6. Queer Views From the Outside: Damned and Damned Proud of It -- 7. Conclusion -- App. An Interview With Todd Haynes.

Gen PN1995.9.H55 S28 1998.

Homosexuality in motion pictures.

3903. Sayles, John and Carson, Diane. John Sayles : interviews. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, c1999. xl, 256 p. (Conversations with filmmakers series).

[...] A Male Director's Look at a Lesbian Relationship / Judy Stone [...].

Gen PN1998.3.S3 A5 1999.

Sayles, John/Motion picture producers and directors--United States--Interviews.

3904. Schanke, Robert A. and Marra, Kim. Passing performances : queer readings of leading players in American theater history. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, c1998. xiv, 338 p. (Triangulations).

Introduction / Robert A. Schanke and Kim Marra -- "My Noble Spartacus": Edwin Forrest and Masculinity on the Nineteenth-Century Stage / Ginger Strand -- "Such a Romeo as We Had Never Ventured to Hope For": Charlotte Cushman / Dense A. Walen -- Bohemian on Horseback: Adah Isaacs Menken / Noreen Barnes-McLain -- Rebels of Their Sex: Nance O'Neil and Lizzie Borden / Jennifer Jones -- A Lesbian Marriage of Cultural Consequence: Elisabeth Marbury and Elsie de Wolfe, 1886-1933 / Kim Marra -- Alla Nazimova: "The Witch of Makeup" / Robert A. Schanke -- Elsie Janis: "A Comfortable Goofiness" / Lee Alan Morrow -- Staging Heterosexuality: Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne's Design for Living / Sam Abel -- Kit and Guth: A Lavender Marriage on Broadway / Lesley Ferris -- Webster without Tears: A Daughter's Journey / Milly S. Barranger -- Cheryl Crawford: One Not So Naked Individual / Jay Plum -- Monty Woolley: The Public and Private Man from Saratoga Springs / Billy J. Harbin -- Mary Martin: Washin' That Man Right Outta Her Hair / Stacy Wolf -- Joseph Cino and the First Off-Off-Broadway Theater / Douglas W. Gordy.

Gen PN2286.5 .P37 1998.

Gay actors--United States--Biography.

3905. Stam, Robert. Film theory : an introduction. Malden, Mass: Blackwell Publishers, 2000. x, 381 p.

The Antecedents of Film Theory -- Film and Film Theory: The Beginnings -- Early Silent Film Theory -- The Essence of Cinema -- The Soviet Montage-Theorists -- Russian Formalism and the Bakhtin School -- The Historical Avant-Gardes -- The Debate after Sound -- The Frankfurt School -- The Phenomenology of Realism -- The Cult of the Auteur -- The Americanization of Auteur Theory -- Third World Film and Theory -- The Advent of Structuralism -- The Question of Film Language -- Cinematic Specificity Revisited -- Interrogating Authorship and Genre -- 1968 and the Leftist Turn -- The Classic Realist Text -- The Presence of Brecht -- The Politics of Reflexivity -- The Search for Alternative Aesthetics -- From Linguistics to Psychoanalysis -- The Feminist Intervention -- The Poststructuralist Mutation -- Textual Analysis -- Interpretation and its Discontents -- From Text to Intertext -- The Amplification of Sound -- The Rise of Cultural Studies -- The Birth of the Spectator -- Cognitive and Analytic Theory -- Semiotics Revisited -- Just in Time: The Impact of Deleuze -- The Coming Out of Queer Theory -- Multiculturalism, Race, and Representation -- Third Cinema Revisited -- Film and the Postcolonial -- The Poetics and Politics of Postmodernism -- The Social Valence of Mass-Culture -- Post-Cinema: Digital Theory and the New Media -- The Pluralization of Film Theory.

Gen PN1995 .S6739 2000 .

Motion pictures--Philosophy.

3906. Steven, Peter. Jump cut : Hollywood, politics, and counter-cinema. Toronto: Between the Lines, 1985. 400 p.

Collection of articles selected from the film magazine Jump cut.

Gen PN1995.9.E96J80 1985b.

Politics in motion pictures/Motion pictures--Political aspects--United States/Feminist motion pictures--United States/Homosexuality in motion pictures.

3907. Stewart, Stephen. Gay Hollywood : film & video guide : over 75 years of male homosexuality in the movies. Laguna Hills, Calif: Companion Publications, 1993. 297 p.

Gen PN1995.9.H55S740 1993.

Homosexuality in motion pictures/Motion pictures--Catalogs/Video recordings--Catalogs.

3908. Stock, Ann Marie. Framing Latin American cinema : contemporary critical perspectives. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, c1997. xxxv, 269 p.

[...] Ch. 6. Kiss of the Spider Woman, Novel, Play, and Film: Homosexuality and the Discourse of the Maternal in a Third World Prison / Patricia Santoro -- [...] Ch. 11. Queering the Patriarchy in Hermosillo's Dona Herlinda y su hijo / David William Foster [...].

Gen PN1993.5.L3 F73 1997.

Motion pictures--Political aspects--Latin America/Motion pictures--Social aspects--Latin America/Motion pictures--Latin America.

3909. Straayer, Chris. Deviant eyes, deviant bodies : sexual re-orientations in film and video. New York: Columbia University Press, 1996. xi, 349 p. (Film and culture Between men--between women).

Gen PN1995.9.H55S770 1996.

Homosexuality in motion pictures/Lesbianism in motion pictures/Sex role in motion pictures/Feminist film criticism.

3910. Suárez, Juan Antonio. Bike boys, drag queens, and superstars : avant-garde, mass culture, and gay identities in the 1960s underground cinema. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1996. xxviii, 353 p.

Gen PN1995.9.E96S820 1996.

Anger, Kenneth/Smith, Jack/Warhol, Andy/Experimental films--United States--History and criticism/Homosexuality in motion pictures/Popular culture--United States.

3911. Taléns, Jenaro and Zunzunegui Díez, Santos. Modes of representation in Spanish cinema. Minneapolis, Minn: University of Minnesota Press, c1998. xxvi, 346 p. (Hispanic issues, v. 16).

[...] II. The Long and Winding Road: Spanish Cinema under Franco. Ch. 4. Vida en Sombras: The Recusado's Shadow in Spanish Postwar Cinema / Jesus Gonzalez-Requena. Ch. 5. Redundancy and Passion: Juan de Orduna and CIFESA / Francisco Llinas. Ch. 6. Seeing beyond the Delicate: Luis Garcia-Berlanga's Novio a la vista / Stacy N. Beckwith. Ch. 7. Between History and Dream: Victor Erice's El espiritu de la colmena / Santos Zunzunegui -- [...] Ch. 12. Homosexuality, Regionalism, and Mass Culture: Eloy de la Iglesia's Cinema of Transition / Paul Julian Smith -- IV. The Socialist Decade. Ch. 13. Sexual Revolution against the State? Jose Luis Garcia Sanchez's Pasodoble / Ricardo Roque-Baldovinos. Ch. 14. A Search for Identity: Francisco Regueiro's Padre nuestro / Andres Moreno. Ch. 15. What Did I Do to Deserve This? The "Mother" in the Films of Pedro Almodovar / Lesley Heins Walker. Ch. 16. Vicente Aranda's Amantes: History as Cultural Style in Spanish Cinema / Marvin D'Lugo -- V. Representations: Reshaping the Margins [...].

Res PN1993.5.S7 M58 1998.

Kathleen M. Vernon.Motion pictures--Spain.

3912. Tinkcom, Matthew. Working like a homosexual : camp, capital, cinema. Durham: Duke University Press, 2002. x, 226 p. (Series Q).

Gen PN1995.9.H55 T56 2002.

Homosexuality and motion pictures/Gay motion picture producers and directors--United States.

3913. Tyler, Parker. Screening the sexes: homosexuality in the movies. 1st. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1972.

Gen PN1995.9.H55T9.

Homosexuality in moving-pictures .

3914. Benning, Sadie.Chicago, Ill: Art Institute of Chicago Video Data Bank, c 1995-1998. 1 videocassette.

German song -- Judy spots -- Flat is beautiful.

Through black and white and color images, sound and silent segments, cartoon and masked live characters, Benning focuses on images of social alienation, ugliness and lesbianism.

PN1995.6.E96 V53 1998.

Experimental films/Lesbianism.

3915. Wagg, Stephen. Because I tell a joke or two : comedy, politics, and social difference. London New York: Routledge, 1998. xiv, 322 p.

[...] 7. The Straight Men of Comedy / Mark Simpson -- 8. Suits and Sequins: Lesbiancomedians in Britain and the US in the 1990s / Frances Williams -- [...]14. VIZ: Gender, class and taboo / Dave Huxley -- 15. Heard the One About the White Middle-Class Heterosexual Father-in-Law?: Gender, ethnicity and political correctness in comedy / Jane Littlewood and Michael Pickering.

Gen PN1992.8.C66 B43 1998.

Television comedies/Comedy films/Comedy/Comic, The.

3916. Walters, Suzanna Danuta . All the rage : the story of gay visibility in America. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2001. xvii, 338 p.

Gen PN1992.8.H64 W35 2001.

Homosexuality on television/Homosexuality in motion pictures/Gays in popular culture/Gays--United States--Identity/Gay consumers--United States.

3917. Wartenberg, Thomas E. Unlikely couples : movie romance as social criticism . Boulder, Colo: Westview Press, 1999. xxi, 254 p. (Thinking through cinema).

[...] Pt. 3. Sexual Orientation. 10. Desert Hearts: Betting on Lesbian Love. 11. The Crying Game: Loving in Ignorance. 12. Movie Romance and the Critique of Hierarchy.

Gen PN1995.9.L6 W37 1999.

Love in motion pictures.

3918. Waugh, Thomas. The fruit machine : twenty years of writings on queer cinema. Durham: Duke University Press, 2000. xii, 312 p.

Foreword / John Greyson -- Films by Gays for Gays: A Very Natural Thing, Word Is Out, and The Naked Civil Servant (1977) -- Gays, Straights, Film, and the Left: A Dialogue (with Chuck Kleinhans) (1977) -- Rainer Werner Fassbinder (1976-77) -- A Fag-Spotter's Guide to Eisenstein (1977) -- Derek Jarman's Sebastiane (1978) -- Medical Thrills: Born a Man...Let Me Die a Woman (1978-79) -- Marnau: The Films Behind the Man (1979) -- An Unromantic Fiction: I'm Not from Here, by Harvey Marks (1979) -- The Gay Nineties, the Gay Seventies: Samperi's Ernesto and von Praunheim's Army of Lovers or Revolt of the Perverts (1979) -- Montgomery Clift Biographies: Stars and Sex (1979-80) -- Gay Cinema, Slick vs. Real: Chant d'amour, Army of Lovers, We Were One Man (1980) -- Nighthawks, by Ron Peck and Paul Hallam (1980) -- A Saturday Night Surprise: Burin des Roziers's Blue Jeans (1980) -- Caligula (1981) -- Taxis and Toilets: Ripploh and His Brothers (1981) -- Bright Lights in the Night: Pasolini, Schroeter, and Others (1981) -- Patty Duke and Tasteful Dykes (1982) -- Two Strong Entries, One Dramatic Exit: Luc ou la part des choses, Another Way, and Querelle (1982) -- Hollywood's Change of Heart? (Porky's and The Road Warrior) (1982) -- Dreams, Cruises, and Cuddles in Tel Aviv: Amos Gutmann's Nagua (1983) -- Hauling an Old Corpse Out of Hitchcock's Trunk: Rope (1983) -- Sex beyond Neon: Third World Gay Films? (1985) -- Fassbinder Fiction: A New Biography (1986) -- Ashes and Diamonds in the Year of the Queer: Decline of the American Empire, Anne Trister, A Virus Knows No Morals, and Man of Ashes (1986) -- The Kiss of the Maricon, or Gay Imagery in Latin American Cinema (1986-87) -- Laws of Desire: Maurice, Law of Desire, and Vera (1987) -- Two Great Gay Filmmakers: Hello and Good-bye (1988) -- Beauty and the Beast, Take Two (1988) -- Whipping Up a Cinema (1989) -- Erotic Self-Images in the Gay Male AIDS Melodrama (1988, 1992) -- In Memoriam: Vito Russo, 1946-1990 (1991) -- We're Talking, Vulva, or, My Body Is Not a Metaphor (1995, 1999) -- Walking on Tippy Toes: Lesbian and Gay Liberation Documentary of the Post-Stonewall Period 1969-1984 (1995-97) -- Archeology and Censorship (1997).

Gen PN1995.9.H55 W38 2000.

Homosexuality in motion pictures/Homosexuality and motion pictures/Gay motion picture producers and directors.

3919. Weiss, Andrea. Vampires & violets : lesbians in film. New York: Penguin Books, 1993. 184 p.

Introduction: The Color Violet -- 1. Female Pleasures and Perversions in the Silent and Early Sound Cinema -- 2. 'A Queer Feeling When I Look At You': Hollywood Stars and Lesbian Spectatorship in the 1930s -- 3. Post-War Hollywood Lesbians: Whose Happy Ending? -- 4. The Vampire Lovers -- 5. Women's 'Art' Cinema and Its Lesbian Potential -- 6. Transgressive Cinema: Lesbian Independent Film.

Gen PN1995.9.L48W450 1993.

Lesbianism in motion pictures.

3920. Welt, Bernard and Britteon, Donald. Mythomania : fantasies, fables, and sheer lies in contemporary American popular art. 1st ed. Los Angeles: Art Issues Press, 1996. 127 p.

Gen PN1995 .W385 1996 .

Motion pictures/Television programs/Popular culture--United States/Gays in popular culture--United States/Homosexuality in motion pictures.

3921. Whatling, Claire. Screen dreams : fantasising lesbians in film. Manchester New York: Manchester University Press, distributed exclusively in the USA by St. Martin's Press, 1997. 184 p.

Introduction: (In)appropriate(d) others or how Vanessa Redgrave turned me lesbian -- 1. The appropriateness of appropriation -- 2. Psychoanalysis and the lesbian supplement -- 3. Fantastic desires -- 4. 'In the good old days when times were bad': The nostalgia for abjection in lesbian cinema spectatorship -- 5. Stars and their proclivities -- 6. Fostering the illusion -- Afterword: The persistence of the specular.

Gen PN1995.9.L48 W53 1997.

Lesbianism in motion pictures.

3922. White, Patricia. Uninvited : classical Hollywood cinema and lesbian representability. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, c1999. xxiv, 269 p. (Theories of representation and difference).

1. Reading the Code(s) -- 2. Lesbian Cinephilia -- 3. Female Spectator, Lesbian Specter -- 4. Films for Girls: Lesbian Sentiment and the Maternal Melodrama -- 5. Supporting "Character" -- 6. On Retrospectatorship.

Gen PN1995.9.L48 W54 1999.

Lesbianism in motion pictures.

3923. Wilton, Tamsin. Immortal, invisible : lesbians and the moving image. London New York: Routledge, 1995. xvi, 235 p.

Gen PN1995.9.L48I450 1994.

Lesbianism in motion pictures.

3924. Winecoff, Charles. Split image : the life of Anthony Perkins. New York, N.Y., U.S.A: Dutton, 1996. xiii, 482 p., [16] p. of plates.

Gen PN2287.P388W56 1996.

Perkins, Anthony/Actors--United States--Biography.

175. Theatre and Performance

3925. Bentley, Eric and Bentley, Eric. What is theatre? : Incorporating The dramatic event and other reviews, 1944-1967. 2nd ed. New York, NY: Hill and Wang, 2000. xl, 491 p.

Includes chapter on homosexuality.

Gen PN2266 .B48 2000.

Theater--United States--History--20th century/Theater--United States.

3926. Blumberg, Marcia Shirley and Walder, Dennis. South African theatre as/and intervention. Amsterdam Atlanta, GA: Rodopi, 1999. 293 p., 11 p. of plates.

[...] Gay Theatres in South Africa: Peter Hayes, Pogiso Mogwere, and Jay Pather / Michael Arthur [...].

Gen PN2984 .S68 1999.

Theater--South Africa--History--20th century/Theater and society--South Africa.

3927. Brecht, Stefan. Queer theatre. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, 1978. 178 p.

Gen PN2277.N5B75.

Experimental theater--New York (N.Y.)/Off-Broadway theater/American drama--20th century--History and criticism/Experimental films--History and criticism/Sex in the performing arts.

3928. Cima, Gay Gibson. Performing women : female characters, male playwrights, and the modern stage. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1993. xiii, 233 p.

Gen PN1590.W64C56 1993.

Women in the theater/Feminism and theater/Drama--Men authors--History and criticism/Acting.

3929. Curtin, Kaier. "We can always call them Bulgarians" : the emergence of lesbians and gay men on the American stage. 1st ed. Boston: Alyson Publications, 1987. 342 p.

Gen PN2277.N5C87.

Theater--New York (N.Y.)--History--20th century/Gays in literature/Drama--History and criticism.

3930. De Jongh, Nicholas. Not in front of the audience : homosexuality on stage. London New York: Routledge, 1992. xiv, 214 p., [8] p. of plates.

Gen PN1861.D430 1991.

Drama--20th century--History and criticism/Gay men in literature/Homosexuality in literature/Homosexuality and literature/Theater--Great Britain--History--20th century/Theater--United States--History--20th century/Theater and society--Great Britain/Theater and society--United States.

3931. Dolan, Jill. Geographies of learning : theory and practice, activism and performance. Middletown, Conn: Wesleyan University Press, c2001. xiii, 209 p.

Gen PN2270.G39 D65 2001.

Gay theater--United States/Feminist theater--United States/Gay and lesbian studies--United States/Women's studies--United States.

3932. Dolan, Jill. Presence and desire : essays on gender, sexuality, performance. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1993. xii, 217 p. (Critical perspectives on women and gender).

Introduction: Presence and Desire - Feminism and Theater Studies -- Ch. 1. Personal, Political, Polemical: Feminist Approaches to Politics and Theater - Ch. 2. Staking Claims and Positions: The Women and Theatre Program, San Diego, and the Danger Zone -- Ch. 3. In Defense of the Discourse: Materialist Feminism, Postmodernism, Poststructuralism...and Theory -- Ch. 4. Gender, Sexuality, and "My Life" in the (University) Theatre -- Ch. 5. Desire Cloaked in a Trenchcoat -- Ch. 6. Breaking the Code: Musings on Lesbian Sexuality and the Performer -- Ch. 7. Peeling Away the Tropes of Visibility: Lesbian Sexuality and Materialist Performance Practice -- Ch. 8. "Lesbian" Subjectivity in Realism: Dragging at the Margins of Structure and Ideology -- Ch. 9. The Body as Flesh: Or, the Danger of the Visual -- Ch. 10. Practicing Cultural Disruptions: Gay and Lesbian Representation and Sexuality.

Gen PN2270.F45D650 1993.

Feminism and theater--United States/Lesbianism/Feminist theater--United States/Sex role/Feminist criticism--United States.

3933. Donkin, Ellen and Clement, Susan. Upstaging Big Daddy : directing theater as if gender and race matter. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1993. ix, 329 p.

Includes: Ways of Looking at Agnes de Castro (1695): A Lesbian History Play at WOW Cafe / Kendall -- Split Britches and the Alcestis Lesson: ("What Is This Albatross?") / Sabrina Hamilton -- "No:..but"/"Not-Not-Me": Musings on Cross-Gender Performance / Rhonda Blair.

Gen PN2270.F45U68 1993.

Feminist theater--United States/Feminism and theater--United States/Theater--United States--Production and direction/Afro-American theater/Women in the theater--United States.

3934. France, Anna Kay and Corso, P. J. International Women Playwrights Conference International women playwrights : voices of identity and transformation : proceedings of the First International Women Playwrights Conference, October 18-23, 1988. Metuchen, N.J: Scarecrow Press, 1993. xxii, 287 p.

Includes Chapter 16. Lesbian Plays and Playwrights.

Gen PN1661.I570 1988.

Playwriting--Congresses/Women dramatists--Congresses/Drama--20th century--History and criticism--Congresses.

3935. Freeman, Sandra. Putting your daughters on the stage : lesbian theatre from the 1970s to the 1990s. London Washington [D.C.]: Cassell, 1997.

1. The Meaning of the Word 'Lesbian' -- 2. The Development of Alternative Theatre in Britain -- 3. Gay Sweatshop -- 4. Siren Theatre Company -- 5. Coventry Lesbian Theatre Group: Hormone Imbalance, Hard Corps and Double Vision -- 6. Nitty Gritty and Shameful Practice -- 7. Red Rag, Spin/Stir and Mrs Worthington's Daughters -- 8. A Look at Venues: Kate Crutchley, the Oval House and Character Ladies; Julie Parker and the Drill Hall -- 9. A Handful of Authors: Nina Rapi, Phyllis Nagy, Bryony Lavery and Sarah Daniels -- 10. Messages and Audiences -- App. List of Plays Mentioned in the Text.

Gen PN2270.L47 F74 1997.

Lesbian theater.

3936. Gage, Carolyn. Take stage! : how to direct and produce a lesbian play. Lanham, Md: Scarecrow Press, 1997. xi, 205 p.

Gen PN2270.L47 G34 1997.

Lesbian theater/Theater--Production and direction.

3937. Goodman, Lizbeth and De Gay, Jane. The Routledge reader in gender and performance. London New York: Routledge, 1998. xxv, 332 p.

[...] 6. Cross-Dressing, the Theatre and Gender Struggle in Early Modern England / Jean E. Howard -- [...] 46. Sexual Indifference and Lesbian Representation / Teresa de Lauretis [...].

Gen PN1590.W64 R68 1998.

Women in the theater/Feminism and theater/Feminist theater.

3938. Hart, Lynda and Phelan, Peggy. Acting out : feminist performances. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1993. vi, 406 p.

Includes: Chapters 5. Identity and Seduction: Lesbians in the Mainstream / Lynda Hart -- 11. Split Britches in Split Britches:Performing History, Vaudeville, and the Everyday / Vivian M. Patraka -- 13. Toward a Lesbian Theory of Performance: Refunctioning Gender / Hilary Harris.

Gen PN1590.W64A380 1993.

Feminist theater/Performance art/Feminism and theater.

3939. Isser, Edward R. Stages of annihilation : theatrical representations of the Holocaust. Madison, NJ London Cranbury, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press Associated University Presses, c1997. 209 p.

[...] 10. The Holocaust, Homosexuality, and AIDS [...].

Gen PN1879.H65 I86 1997.

Drama--20th century--History and criticism/Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945), in literature/Jews in literature.

3940. Kobialka, Michal. Of borders and thresholds : theatre history, practice, and theory. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, c1999. vii, 311 p.

[...] Negative Identifications: HIV-Negative Gay Men in Representation and Performance / David Roman [...].

Gen PN1655 .O3 1999.

Theater/Drama.

3941. Lucas, Ian. Impertinent decorum : gay theatrical manoeuvres. London New York: Cassell, 1994. xv, 205 p.

Gen HQ76.8.G7L83 1994.

Gay liberation movement/Gay theater.

3942. Miller, Carl. Stages of desire : gay theatre's hidden history. London New York: Cassell, 1996. vi, 281 p.

Gen PN2193.G3M55 1996.

Gay theater--History.

3943. Reitz Mullenix, Elizabeth. Wearing the breeches : gender on the antebellum stage. 1st ed. New York: St. Martin's Press, 2000. viii, 373 p.

Ch. 1. American Breeches Performance: 1800-1869 -- Ch. 2. Breeches, Bloomers, and "Biddy in the Kitchen": Breeches Performance as Feminist Politics -- Ch. 3. Mapping the Bo[d]y Female: Immaturity, Femininity, and the Antebellum Actress-as-Body -- Ch. 4. Acting Between the Spheres: Charlotte Cushman as Androgyne -- Ch. 5. The Decline of Breeches Performance -- Conclusion: "A Doublet and Hose in My Disposition": Feminism, Lesbianism, and Late Century Breeches Performance.

Gen PN2071.I47R45 2000.

Breeches parts/Male impersonators/Impersonation/Theater--United States--History--19th century.

3944. Román, David. Acts of intervention : performance, gay culture, and AIDS. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1998. xxxiii, 344 p. (Unnatural acts).

1. Acts of Intervention -- 2. One and Counting: Early AIDS Plays -- 3. "It's My Party and I'll Die If I Want To!" - AIDS Performance and the Circulation of Camp in the Late 1980s and Early 1990s -- 4. Solo Performance and the Body on Stage -- 5. Pomo Afro Homos' Fierce Love: Intervening in the Cultural Politics of Race, Sexuality, and AIDS -- 6. Teatro Viva! - Latino Performance and the Politics of AIDS in Los Angeles -- 7. November 1, 1992: AIDS/Angels in America -- 8. Negative Energies: HIV-Negatives and the Problem of Seroconversion -- Afterword: Rent's Due.

Gen PN2266.R66 1998.

Theater--United States--History--20th century/American drama--20th century--History and criticism/Gay actors--United States--Biography/AIDS (Disease) in literature.

3945. Rosenberg, Tiina. Byxbegär. 1. uppl. Göteborg: Anamma, 2000. 201 p.

Gen PN2270.L4 R684 2000.

Lesbian theater--History and criticism.

3946. Schanke, Robert A. Shattered applause : the lives of Eva Le Gallienne. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1992. xxii, 319 p.

Gen PN2287.L3S340 1992.

Le Gallienne, Eva/Actors--United States--Biography/Lesbians--United States--Biography.

3947. Senelick, Laurence. Gender in performance : the presentation of difference in the performing arts. Hanover [N.H.]: University Press of New England, 1992. xxiv, 348 p.

1. Assuming Gender. Gender Impersonation Onstage: Destroying or Maintaining the Mirror of Gender Roles? / Jill Dolan. Mimesis and Travesty in Iranian Traditional Theatre / William O. Beeman. Lady and the Tramp: Drag Differentials in the Progressive Era / Laurence Senelick. The "Magic If": Conflicting Performances of Gender in the Takarazuka Revue of Japan / Jennifer Robertson. Unveiling the Word: Science and Narrative in Transsexual Striptease / Moe Meyer. Between Difference and Indifference: Marianne Hoppe in Robert Wilson's Lear / Erika Fischer-Lichte -- 2. Revising Women. Les Filles Errantes: Emancipated Women at the Comedie-Italienne, 1683-1691 / Virginia Scott. Women in the Victorian Theatre: Images, Illusions, Realities / Joseph Donohue. Shotgun Wedlock: Annie Oakley's Power Politics in the Wild West / Tracy C. Davis. Revolutionizing Galatea: Iconic Woman in Early Soviet Culture / Spencer Golub. The Orient, the Feminine: The Use of Interculturalism by the Theatre du Soleil / Adrian Kiernander -- 3. Dancing Attitudes. Gender Bending in Balinese Performance / John Emigh and Jamer Hunt. Tradition, Challenge, and the Backlash: Gender Education through Dance / Judith Lynne Hanna. Dance History and Feminist Theory: Reconsidering Isadora Duncan and the Male Gaze / Ann Daly. Speech and Sexual Difference in Mary Wigman's Dance Aesthetic / Karl Toepfer -- 4. Voicing Experience. Freeing Up: Politics, Gender, and Theatrical Form in the Anglophone Caribbean / Elaine Savory Fido. Gender is Attitude / Megan Terry, Jo Ann Schmidman and Sora Kimberlain. Kate Bornstein's Gender and Genre Bending / Noreen C. Barnes. The Theatre of Sexual Initiation / John Preston.

Gen PN1590.S3G460 1992.

Sex in the performing arts.

3948. Theatre and violence. Tuscaloosa, AL: Southeastern Theatre Conference University of Alabama Press, 1999. 139 p.

Issued as: Theatre symposium, vol. 7. [...] Spanked to the fringe: lesbian sadomasochism / Jane Barnette [...].

Gen PN2071.V56T543 1999.

Violence in the theater/Violence in literature.

176. Impersonation

3949. Baker, Roger. Drag : a history of female impersonation in the performing arts. Washington Square, N.Y: New York University Press, 1994. xi, 284 p.

Gen PN2071.I47B350 1994.

Impersonation--History/Female impersonators--History.

3950. Ferris, Lesley. Crossing the stage : controversies on cross-dressing. London New York: Routledge, 1993. xii, 198 p., [12] p. of plates.

Gen PN2071.I47C760 1993.

Impersonation/Theater--Casting/Transvestism/Female impersonators/Male impersonators/Theater and society/Sex role in literature/Feminism and theater.

3951. Levine, Laura. Men in women's clothing : anti-theatricality, 1579-1642. Cambridge New York: Cambridge University Press, 1994.(Cambridge studies in Renaissance literature and culture, 5).

1. Men in women's clothing -- 2. Troilus and Cressida and the politics of rage -- 3. "Strange flesh": Antony and Cleopatra and the story of the dissolving warrior -- 4. Theatre as other: Jonson's Epicoene -- 5. The "Nothing" under the puppet's costume: Jonson's suppression of Marlowe in Bartholomew Fair -- 6. Magic as theatre, theatre as magic: Daemonologie and the problem of "entresse" -- 7. Magic as theatre, theatre as magic: the case of Newes from Scotland.

Gen PR658.S42L480 1994.

English drama--Early modern and Elizabethan, 1500-1600--History and criticism/Sex role in literature/Female impersonators--England--History--16th century/Female impersonators--England--History--17th century/English drama--17th century--History and criticism/Literature and society--England--History/Masculinity (Psychology) in literature/Theater and society--England--History/Costume in literature/Women in literature.

3952. Moore, F. Michael. Drag! : male and female impersonators on stage, screen, and television : an illustrated world history. Jefferson, N.C: McFarland, 1994. vii, 301 p.

Gen PN2071.I47M66 1994.

Female impersonators/Male impersonators.

3953. Paulson, Don and Simpson, Roger. An evening at the Garden of Allah : a gay cabaret in Seattle. New York: Columbia University Press, 1996. xiii, 167 p. (Between men--between women).

Gen PN2071.I47P380 1996.

Garden of Allah (Cabaret : Seattle, Wash.)/Female impersonators--Washington--Seattle--Interviews/Impersonation/Gay bars--Washington--Seattle--History/Music-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.)--Washington--Seattle--History.

3954. Slide, Anthony. Great pretenders : a history of female and male impersonation in the performing arts. Lombard, Ill: Wallace-Homestead Book Co, 1986. 160 p.

Gen PN2071.I47S550 1986.

Impersonation--History/Male impersonators--Biography/Female impersonators--Biography.