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Subject Index:  A-B  C-E  F-L  M-Z
Literature Alphabetical Index: R through S
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Saba, Umberto
Sackville-West, Vita
Sade, Marquis de
Sadomasochistic Literature
Saikaku, Ihara
Saint-Pavin, Denis Sanguin de
Saints and Sinners Literary Festival
Saint, Assotto
Sanchez, Alex
Sand, George
Santayana, George
Sapphire (Ramona Lofton)
Sargeson, Frank
Sarton, May
Sassoon, Siegfried
Savage, Dan
Saxon, Lyle Chambers
Saylor, Steven
Schulman, Sarah
Schuyler, James
Schwarzenbach, Annemarie
Science Fiction and Fantasy
Scott, Paul
Scott, Sarah
St. Sebastian
Sedaris, David
Selvadurai, Shyam
Sendak, Maurice
Seward, Anna
Shaffer, Sir Peter
Shakespeare, William
Sherman, Martin
Shilts, Randy
Shockley, Ann Allen
Signorile, Michelangelo
Sitwell, Edith
Slash Fiction
Somerville, Edith (1858-1949) and Violet Martin (1862-1915)
Sontag, Susan
South Asian Literatures: Diaspora
Spanbauer, Tom
Spanish Literature
Spender, Sir Stephen
Spicer, Jack
Sports Literature: Gay Male
Sports Literature: Lesbian
Stein, Gertrude
Stevenson, Edward Irenaeus Prime-
Steward, Samuel
Stoddard, Charles Warren
Strachey, Lytton
Sturgis, Howard Overing
Sullivan, Andrew
Swedish Literature
Swenson, May
Swinburne, Algernon Charles
Symonds, John Addington
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