Matt Cook explores the relationship between London and homosexuality from 1885 to 1914, years marked by intensification in concern about male-male relationships and also by the emergence of an embryonic homosexual rights movement. Cook combines his coverage of London's homosexual subculture...
Illustrations Tables Acknowledgments Abbreviations Note on terminology Introduction 1. London and the cities of the plain 2. The grossly indecent city 3. The inverted city 4. The decadent city 5. The Hellenic city Epilogue: public spaces/private lives
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