Balancing biographical accounts with highly salient readings of a number of their works, So Famous and So Gay offers smart, surprising insights into the ways in which Truman Capote and Gertrude Stein achieved cultural prominence in spite of the homophobia that kept other openly gay writers of the period out of mainstream literary culture. Search for reviews of this book. Table of Contents You are viewing the table of contents. Metropolitan Lovers The Homosexuality of Cities How gay became synonymous with urban—and why it matters for both. The academic history and writerly practice of Gertrude Stein and Truman Capote suggest that they would both find an explicit statement of terms and goals boring and inherently flawed. Finally So Famous and So Gay reveals what Capote's and Stein's debuts, Other Voices, Other Rooms and Three Lives , held for queer readers in terms of gay identity and psychology-and for gay authors who wrote in their wake. To bring you the best content on our sites and applications, Meredith partners with third party advertisers to serve digital ads, including personalized digital ads.
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So Famous and So Gay
How did these writers become mass-market celebrities while other gay public figures were closeted or censored? Lavender's Holiday Gift Guide. First he wants to demonstrate how the implicit or explicit gayness of this book has been systematically overlooked or minimized by all existing scholarship. Balancing biographical accounts with highly salient readings of a number of their works, So Famous and So Gay offers smart, surprising insights into the ways in which Truman Capote and Gertrude Stein achieved cultural prominence in spite of the homophobia that kept other openly gay writers of the period out of mainstream literary culture. Metropolitan Lovers The Homosexuality of Cities How gay became synonymous with urban—and why it matters for both.
Description:Both gave themselves young to Flaubert and his mot juste, and both became remarkable stylists who earned and still earn raves and pans, as remarkable stylists do. How did these writers become mass-market celebrities while other gay public figures were closeted or censored? Through original archival research, Solomon traces the construction and impact of the writers' public personae from a gay-affirmative perspective. Opacity and the Closet Queer Tactics in Foucault, Barthes, and Warhol Looking beyond the closet at the lives and works of renowned queer public figures. The American Isherwood Shines a critical spotlight on the American life of the famed author. Lavender's Holiday Gift Guide.