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Subject Index:  A-B  C-E  F-L  M-Z
Literature Alphabetical Index: L through Q
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Mackay, John Henry
Maney, Mabel
Mann, Klaus
Mann, Thomas
Manrique, Jaime
Mansfield, Katherine
Marchant, Anyda [Sarah Aldridge] (1911-2006) and Muriel Inez Crawford (1914-2006)
Marchessault, Jovette
Marlowe, Christopher
Mars-Jones, Adam
Martinac, Paula
Matthiessen, F.O.
Maugham, Robin
Maugham, William Somerset
Maupin, Armistead
McAlmon, Robert
McCauley, Stephen
McClatchy, J.D.
McCullers, Carson
McDermid, Val
McGehee, Peter
McKay, Claude
McKuen, Rod
McNally, Terrence
Meier, Karl
Meigs, Mary
Melville, Herman
Merlis, Mark
Merrill, James
Mew, Charlotte
Michelangelo Buonarroti
Middle Eastern Literature: Arabic
Middle Eastern Literature: Persian
Millay, Edna Saint Vincent
Miller, Isabel
Miller, Merle
Miller, Neil
Millett, Kate
Milton, John
Mishima, Yukio
Mistral, Gabriela
Modern Drama
Monette, Paul
Montesquiou-Fezensac, Count Robert de
Moraga, Cherríe
Mordden, Ethan
Morris, Jan
Moss, Howard
Musical Theater
Mystery Fiction: Gay Male
Mystery Fiction: Lesbian
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