Who's Who in Gay and Lesbian History Vol.1: From Antiquity to the Mid-Twentieth Century by Robert AldrichWho's Who in Gay and Lesbian History Vol.1: From Antiquity to the Mid-Twentieth Century by Robert Aldrich

Who's Who in Gay and Lesbian History Vol.1: From Antiquity to the Mid-Twentieth Century

EditorRobert Aldrich, Garry Wotherspoon

Hardcover | May 12, 2000

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Who's Who in Gay and Lesbian History: From Antiquity to the Mid-Twentieth Centuryis a comprehensive and fascinating survey of the key figures in gay and lesbian history from classical times to the mid-twentieth century. Among those included are:
* Classical heroes - Achilles; Aeneas; Ganymede
* Literary giants - Sappho; Christopher Marlowe; Arthur Rimbaud; Oscar Wilde
* Royalty and politicians - Edward II; King James I; Horace Walpole; Michel de Montaigne.
Over the course of some 500 entries, expert contributors provide a complete and vivid picture of gay and lesbian life in the Western world throughout the ages.
Robert Aldrich and Garry Wotherspoon are lecturers in history at the University of Sydney.
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Title:Who's Who in Gay and Lesbian History Vol.1: From Antiquity to the Mid-Twentieth CenturyFormat:HardcoverDimensions:528 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 1.4 inPublished:May 12, 2000Publisher:Taylor and FrancisLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0415159822

ISBN - 13:9780415159821

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..."[this title contributes] significantly to gay, lesbian, and bisexual studies and offer entries for more people and geographical locations than [similar titles]. Recommended for academic, large public and high school libraries."-"Choice, November 2001 "This is a scholarly alternative to more celebratory or localized works ... it belongs in every library concerned with world history."-Library Journal, October 1,2001