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  Contributor Biography:  Stephen Guy-Bray 
 
Stephen Guy-Bray is Assistant Professor of English at the University of Calgary. He has published on Renaissance and nineteenth-century figures and is author of Homoerotic Space: The Poetics of Loss in Renaissance Literature.

Entries by Stephen Guy-Bray

literature >> Elegy

A poetic response to the death of a greatly loved person, the elegy has had since classical times a homoerotic component.

literature >> Owen, Wilfred

English war poet Wilfred Owen combined the homoeroticism latent in the elegy tradition with precise observation of the horror of trench warfare.

literature >> Purdy, James

James Purdy's novels often describe obsessive love between men for whom homosexuality is unthinkable and whose fate is inevitably bleak.

   

 

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