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"WE CAN ALWAYS CALL THEM BULGARIANS": The Emergence of Lesbians and Gay Men on the American Stage

CURTIN, Kaier

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Boston: Alyson Publications, (1987). First Edition. 8vo. Publisher's blue cloth boards in original pictorial dust jacket. Very light soiling to jacket and trivial wear to top and bottom of jacket at spine. Minor sunning to jacket flaps. Touches of soiling/toning to top and fore edge of pages. Interior clean and bright, binding sound. Very good in like jacket. 342pp. 0932870368 (Item ID: 17820)

History of gay and lesbian themes in the American theatre during the first half of the twentieth century. Discusses the queer characters portrayed by actors such as Laurence Olivier and Carol Channing.


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