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Joseph Pequigney is Professor Emeritus of English at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. Author of Such Is My Love: A Study of Shakespeare's Sonnets, he has published widely on Renaissance subjects.

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literature >> Classical Mythology

The Greco-Roman myths concerning same-sex love have been of crucial importance to the Western gay and lesbian literary heritage, both as texts and as icons.

literature >> Dante Alighieri

In the Divine Comedy Dante treats male homosexuality first as violence against God and then more sympathetically as merely one of the kinds of love.

   

 

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