6 edition of Queer London found in the catalog.
October 15, 2006
by University Of Chicago Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||398|
Queer London is a confident book. It is also a confident queer history. While London has always been a magnet for queer men, the last twenty years or so have seen a more and more open acceptance of their place in the city. Soho’s self-branding in the s as an urban ‘gay village’ has become one of the capital’s major selling points. Queer London: Perils and Pleasures in the Sexual Metropolis, (The Chicago Series on Sexuality, History, and Society) by Houlbrook, Matt and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at
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Drawing upon an increasingly vibrant literature within history, human geography and cultural studies, it moves beyond simplistic invocations of the city as a queer space, and of a. Queer London book. Read 14 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In Augustyoung Cyril L.
wrote to his friend Billy about all the /5. 'Queer London' explores the underground gay culture of London during four decades when homosexual acts between consenting adults remained illegal.
The author discovers how queer men made sense of their sexuality and how their lifestyles were affected by and in turn influenced the life of the metropolis.
The book is packed with facts, setting a breathless pace through the queer history of London. The tone is usually light and often joyful, bringing into view the happiness and mercies experienced by queer people through the ages, as well as the pervasive effects of systematised homophobia/5.
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It's a Queer London thing.5/5. T he idea of a book that excavates London’s queer history all the way from BC to yesterday in order to speculate on the secret patterns that lie buried in Author: Neil Bartlett.
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With friendly, helpful staff, the shop has a genuine community atmosphere and. About this Item: University of Chicago Press, Chicagox cms, pp, b/w illusts, fine paperback & cover This book argues that a vibrant queer culture thrived in London's parks, streets, restaurants and pubs, dancehalls.
It shows how the authorities tried to control it, he the city controlled the subculture and how the subculture shaped the city. Queer Beyond London.
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In so doing, he mounts a sustained challenge to conventional understandings of the city as a place of sexual liberation and a unified queer culture. A history remarkable in its complexity yet intimate in its portraiture, Queer London is a landmark work that redefines queer urban life in England and beyond.
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More → Member Only Access Queer Book Club Admin Posted on Ma Ma Your club membership includes a new LGBTQ+ book delivered to the address of your choice. London, for Cyril, meant boundless opportunities to explore his newfound sexuality. But his freedom was limite: he was soon arrested, simply for being in a club frequented by queer men.
Cyril's story is Matt Houlbrook's point of entry into the queer worlds of early twentieth-century : University of Chicago Press.London Rare Books School; The Queer Book; The Queer Book.
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Throughout the book, Houlbrook explores the experience of queer men in early twentieth-century London through exploration of a number of sociological and political spheres: class differences, geographical variation, political beliefs, attitudes of law enforcement, all are delicately and expertly explored throughout the course of Queer London.