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Thomas Dukes is Associate Professor of English at the University of Akron. The single father of two cats, he has published in Poetry, Women's Studies, and War, Literature, and the Arts, among other journals.

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literature >> Bowen, Elizabeth

Anglo-Irish novelist and short story writer Elizabeth Bowen sprinkled her fiction with people and relationships, usually coded, of either clear or ambiguous homosexuality.

literature >> Capote, Truman

Truman Capote's fiction and autobiographical works helped establish what might be called the quintessential homosexual writing style of the 1950s and 1960s.

literature >> Musical Theater

There has always been homosexual involvement in American musical theatre and a homosexual sensibility even in straight musicals, and recently the Broadway musical has welcomed openly homosexual themes and situations.

literature >> Plante, David

The novels of David Plante examine a variety of homosexualities, their male characters ranging from openly gay to sexually ambiguous.

literature >> Welch, Denton

Largely autobiographical, the novels of Denton Welch are suffused with homosexuality.

   

 

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