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Alice And Freda Forever

Author: Alexis Coe
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 1936976609
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Looks at the 1892 murder of seventeen-year-old Freda Ward by her lover Alice Mitchell, examining their love affair and how the court and the nation reacted to their tragic same-sex relationship with greater shock than the crime itself.

Clyde Fitch And The American Theatre

Author: Kevin Lane Dearinger
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1611479487
Size: 16.72 MB
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Clyde Fitch was a major figure in the American theatre, influential in his time and to the playwrights who followed. A collection of Fitch’s letters published in 1924 provided a sanitized record of his life, but no major biography has since appeared. Clyde Fitch and the American Theatre: An Olive in the Cocktail is the missing piece in the study of this important playwright and his contributions to gay history in a way that gives his plays the reconsideration and revival deserved.

The Myth Of The Queer Criminal

Author: Jeffery P Dennis
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351684345
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The Myth of the Queer Criminal documents over a century of writings by sociologists, psychologists, criminologists, and forensic scientists, in Europe and the United States, who asserted that LGBT persons were innately and uniquely criminal. Applying the tools of narratology and queer theory, Jeffery P. Dennis examines the ten types of queer criminal that have appeared in seminal texts, both literary and scientific, over the past 140 years - beginning with Lombroso's Criminal Man (1876) and extending to postmodern criminologists and contemporary textbooks. Each type is named after its defining characteristic. The pederast, for example, was believed to be a master-criminal, leading vast criminal empires. The degenerate, intellectually and morally corrupted, was perceived as a symptom or cause of societal decay. The silly, lisping pansy was a figure of ridicule, rather than of dread. The traitor was murderous and depraved, prepared to destroy democratic institutions worldwide. The book aims to contextualize this mythology, revealing the motivations of the agents behind it, the influence of broader preoccupations and anxieties of the age, and its societal, political and cultural impact. This carefully researched, meticulously written history of the queer criminal will be of interest to students and researchers in criminology, gender studies, queer studies, and the history of sexuality.