INDEX: [General History] [Anthologies] [Lesbian: General] [Pre-Modern Lesbian] [Modern Lesbian] [Literature] [Language] [Theory] [Anthropology] [Ancient] [Medieval] [Early Modern] [Renaissance] [European] [English Early Modern] [English Modern] [German] [Dutch] [French] [Spain & Portugal] [Pre-Modern American] [Modern American] [China, India and Japan] [Middle East] [Latin America] [Africa] [Colonial and Non-European

Famous Homosexuals

Core, Philip
Camp: The Lie That Tells the Truth. London: Plexus, 1984.
Cowan, Thomas
Gay Men and Women Who Enriched the World. William Mulvey, 1988; Boston: Alyson, 1992.
Elliman, Michael, and Roll, Frederick
The Pink Plaque Guide to London. London: GMP, 1986.
Fletcher, Lynne Yamaguchi and Saks, Adrien (eds)
Lavender Lists. Boston: Alyson, 1990.
Garde, Noel I. (pseud. of Edgar Leoni)
Jonathan to Gide: The Homosexual in History. New York: Vantage, 1964.
Jahrbuch fur sexuelle wischenstufen. 1909.
This vol has a compendium of lists of homosexuals. Contributors included Kertbeny, Ferner and Frey.
Richards, Dell
Lesbian Lists. Boston: Alyson, 1990.
Robinson, Paul
Gay Lives: Homosexual Autobiography from John Addington Symonds to Paul Monette. University of Chicago Press, 1999. Cultural analysis of 14 autobiographies, including John Addington Symonds, Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson, Christopher Isherwood, Andre Gide, Jean Genet, Julien Green, J.R. Ackerley, Quentin Crisp, Jeb Alexander, Donald Vining, Stephen Spender.
Russo, Vito
"Caravaggio", In Touch, no. 39 (January-February 1979), pp. 74-5, 78-9; "Edward II, England's Gay King", In Touch, no. 43 (September-October 1979), pp. 61-3; "Hart Crane", In Touch, no. 41 (May-June 1979), pp. 69-72, 75; "Horatio [Alger]", In Touch, no. 38 (November-December 1978), pp. 30-1; "Lawrence of Arabia", In Touch, no. 44 (November-December 1979), pp. 61-2, 64; "Leonardo: a brush with gayness", In Touch, no. 37 (September-October 1978), pp. 39, 92-5 ["The public records of Florence show that in 1474 a charge of sodomy, which was not prosecuted, was made against twenty-two-year-old Leonardo da Vinci. Later Leonardo took ten-year-old Salai into his household and Salai remained with Leonardo for over twenty years. During the last few years of Leonardo's life, a boy named Meizi was his constant and loyal companion."].

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