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Aside from an equivocal portrait of Rock Hudson, Russell The Salt Point omits figures whose undeniable influence was less benign, a strategy that misfires. Sigmund Freud, who wrote extensively about sexuality, is out, but Magnus Hirschfeld and Karl Heinrich Ulrichs, two obscure homophilic contemporaries of his, are in. Yet quibbling with the choices here-why Holly Near but not k. Photos not seen by PW. All rights reserved.
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View Larger Image. Ask Seller a Question. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. Selects and ranks one hundred writers, thinkers, artists, musicians, military leaders, politicians, and gay rights activists over the past two and half millennia who have had a lasting impact on how gay men and lesbians define themselves. Aside from an equivocal portrait of Rock Hudson, Russell The Salt Point omits figures whose undeniable influence was less benign, a strategy that misfires. Sigmund Freud, who wrote extensively about sexuality, is out, but Magnus Hirschfeld and Karl Heinrich Ulrichs, two obscure homophilic contemporaries of his, are in. Yet quibbling with the choices here-why Holly Near but not k.
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An illustrated selection of history's most influential homosexuals, ranked according to their impact on the development of gay identity, includes Socrates, Sappho, Oscar Wilde, Alexander the Great, Leonardo de Vinci, and Rock Hudson. Aside from an equivocal portrait of Rock Hudson, Russell The Salt Point omits figures whose undeniable influence was less benign, a strategy that misfires. Sigmund Freud, who wrote extensively about sexuality, is out, but Magnus Hirschfeld and Karl Heinrich Ulrichs, two obscure homophilic contemporaries of his, are in. Yet quibbling with the choices here-why Holly Near but not k.
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