Browsing: January-February 2015

January-February 2015

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How True-to-Life Was Lord Dismiss Us? To the Editor: I enjoyed Raymond-Jean Frontain’s article on Michael Campbell’s Lord Dismiss Us [Sept.-Oct. 2014 ] so much that I bought a…More

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RADCLYFFE HALL’S The Well of Loneliness is the canonical lesbian novel that many people think they know; in some sense, it has become a part of queer folk culture. As…More

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RESEARCHER RANDALL SELL has uncovered a previously unknown 149-page manuscript defending homosexuality written in 1940. Allen Bernstein’s “Millions of Queers” is one of the earliest known defenses of homosexuality…More

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         In his plays, Williams depicts writers who know each other socially as squabbling rivals, trading banter: Hemingway and Fitzgerald bicker in his Clothes for a Summer Hotel; and in…More

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Classical Nudes and the Making of Queer HistoryCurated by Jonathan David KatzLeslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art THIS AMBITIOUS EXHIBITION, Classical Nudes and the Making of Queer History, sets…More

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IT WAS A PROFILE that John Lahr published in The New Yorker that led him to this biography of Tennessee Williams—a profile of the Lady St. Just, an over-zealous friend…More