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The writer of this book clearly doesn't. Maupin was the first writer I ever read who presented gay characters as part of life's rich tapestry, rather than as creatures inhabiting a world all of their own. Lambasted by the gay press for its allegedly 'negative' portrayal of London's gay community, it's a far more honest account of gay life in the big city than you'll ever read in any of the gay bar rags. When the papers were confiscated, he started again. It's the happy mix of gay and straight characters that makes him so readable. Dancer From The Dance by Andrew Holleran Set against the smoke-filled dives and gay discos of 70s New York, Dancer From The Dance is a tale of doomed queens, professional faggots and the loneliness of lives lived out under the revolving glitter ball. Nor do I particularly like 'coming out' stories.

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Nor do I particularly like 'coming out' stories.

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Dancer From The Dance by Andrew Holleran Set against the smoke-filled dives and gay discos of 70s New York, Dancer From The Dance is a tale of doomed queens, professional faggots and the loneliness of lives lived out under the revolving glitter ball. There's an almost mythical quality to the story, as the various characters are enraptured by the arrival of Malone, a man whose physical beauty marks him out as some kind of saviour. It's an ambitious book, epic in scale, and one which reminds us that rightwing fundamentalists aren't the only ones concerned with 'family values'. A gay literary classic, and rightly so. His last book, The Hours, won the Pulitzer prize for fiction and is currently being made into a film starring Nicole Kidman.

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It's an ambitious book, epic in scale, and one which reminds us that rightwing fundamentalists aren't the only ones concerned with 'family values'. There's an almost mythical quality to the story, as the various characters are enraptured by the arrival of Malone, a man whose physical beauty marks him out as some kind of saviour. Our Lady of the Flowers by Jean Genet For many gay men, Genet represents a self-loathing homosexuality that went out of fashion with the birth of gay liberation. I'm not a huge fan of Edmund White generally I find him rather pompous. This is his second novel.

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