Description - Pulp Friction by Michael Bronski
An Anthology of Early Erotic Writings Illustrating the Development of a Gay Consciousness; In the histories of the modern gay movement, the beginnings are nearly always cited in political terms and usually with the Stonewall Inn riots of 1969. But before there could ever be a recognisable gay movement, the very possibility of a gay community first had to be imagined. In this anthology of largely underground and little known gay erotic writings from the late Victorian age to the late 1960s, cultural critic Michael Bronski explores the ways in which the erotic imagination ultimately led to gay identity and the creation of gay culture.
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(198mm x 129mm x 25mm)
Saint Martin's Griffin,U.S.
Publisher: Griffin Publishing
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Author Biography - Michael Bronski
Michael Bronski is the author of Culture Clash: The Making of Gay Sensibility and The Pleasure Principle (currently available from Turnaround). He has also edited and contributed to numerous anthologies, and taught and lectured widely. He lives in Massachusetts.