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Harriette Andreadis is Professor of English at Texas A&M University, where she was the founding Director of the Women's Studies Program and where she has established courses in lesbian and gay literature.

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literature >> Post-modernism

Post-modern theory has led to the problematizing of marginalized and "other" peoples and cultures and to viewing homosexuality as a social construction.

literature >> Wilhelm, Gale

In the 1930s, Gale Wilhelm contributed significantly to the lesbian literary heritage by publishing two novels in which lesbianism was presented unapologetically.

   

 

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