Stephen da Silva earned his Ph.D. from Rice University. He has published on Amitav Ghosh, Christopher Isherwood, E. M. Forster, Lytton Strachey, and Eve K. Sedgwick. Currently, he is studying how late-Victorian and modernist writers drew on the idioms of Hellenism and primitivism to challenge the association of homosexuality with arrested development.
Entries by Stephen da Silva
literature >> Kureishi, Hanif
Although he does not employ the idiom of identity politics, Hanif Kureishi frequently gives gay men, lesbians, and bisexuals significant roles in his works.
literature >> Maugham, Robin
The defiantly homosexual scion of a powerful family, Robin Maugham became a popular and prolific writer who regularly features homosexual themes and homoerotic situations in his work.