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The Penguin book of gay Australian writing / edited by Graeme Aitken, with a critical reflection by Michael Hurley. (2002)

Authors: Aitken, Graeme.
Publisher:Camberwell, Vic. ; London : Penguin Books,
Uniqueness:
  • There are 38 copies of this book in other libraries
  • and 36 copies of this specific edition.
Subjects:
Also Titled:
  • Gay Australian writing
Physical Description:
  • 422 p. ; 20 cm.
Summary:
  • A retrospective overview of writing by gay men in Australia, this collection encompasses short stories, extracts from novels and memoir, essays, letters and poetry. -- book cover.
Contents:
  • from Corfu /​ Robert Dessaix
  • from The young desire it /​ Kenneth 'Seaforth' Mackenzie
  • Francis Silver /​ Hal Porter
  • from The letters of Patrick White /​ Patrick White
  • from At the Cross /​ Jon Rose
  • from The story of Harold Friday /​ John Lonie
  • from Fairyland /​ Sumner Locke Elliott
  • from Not quite straight /​ Jeffrey Smart
  • Shame and forgiveness /​ David Marr
  • from Medea's children /​ Con Anemogiannis
  • Madeleine /​ Nick Enright
  • from Black hours /​ Wayne King
  • from Defying gravity /​ Dennis Altman
  • from Screw loose /​ Peter Blazey
  • Eating cheesecake /​ Gary Dunne
  • Grafton /​ William Yang
  • Closer /​ David Malouf
  • White telephone ; Donatello in Wangaratta /​ Peter Rose
  • from Desirelines /​ Richard Wherrett
  • Your first time? /​ Phillip Scott
  • from Holding the man /​ Timothy Conigrave
  • from Loaded /​ Christos Tsiolkas
  • from Pussy's bow /​ Neal Drinnan
  • Out of Australia /​ David M. Halperin
  • Critical reflection /​ Michael Hurley.
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Language:
  • English
ISBN:
  • 0143000012 (pbk.) :
Dewey Number:
  • 820.80353
Libraries Australia ID:
  • 24496268
  • 24496268
Contributed by:
  • Libraries Australia

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