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1 Gay American History: Lesbians and Gay Men in the U.S.A.: A Documentary  Katz, Jonathan
0690011644 / 9780690011647 Good.  
Hardcover. 1st edition hardcover 1976 Thomas Y. Crowell. NO DUSTJACKET. Noticeable average wear: Cover edges and corners worn and rubbed; light age-tanning to outer page edges. Spine wiggles but binding is holding strong. Text clean, bright and unmarked. Good reading / research copy. Note: This is NOT the most recent, updated edition. 690 pages; Index; Notes; Bibliographies; a few black-and-white photos. Language: English. Red cloth-covered boards with white title on spine. Keywords: reference, United States, historical, human sexuality, homosexuality, homosexual, lesbianism, bisexual, transgender, Jonathan Ned Katz, historian, queer studies, documented. [code J]  
Price: 15.00 USD
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The European Gay Review, Volume Two , Santagati, Salvatore (editor)
2 The European Gay Review, Volume Two  Santagati, Salvatore (editor)
Good.  
Paperback. Softcover 1987 Verlaine-Rimbaud, London. Average wear: spine lightly creased; pages a bit wavy. Very clean; no marks; pages bright; binding tight. Good reading / research copy. 140 pages; black-and-white illustrations and advertisements. Language: English. Vol. 2; second issue. Includes Edward Lucie-Smith: The Homosexual Sensibility in Gericault's Paintings and Drawings; David Robinson: Homosexual Images in Contemporary Cinema; Timothy C. Potts: Joseph Ratzinger and the New Inquisition; Mark Finch: Mauritz Stiller's The Wings and Early Scandinavian Gay Cinema; Nicholas de Jongh: British Homophobia and the Hypocrisy of Contemporary Liberalism; Philip Ward-Jackson: Lord Ronald Gower, the Shakespeare Memorial and the Wilde Era of London and Paris; plus much more. No ISBN. [code J]  
Price: 25.00 USD
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