George Haggerty

George Haggerty’s books include Gothic Fiction/Gothic Form. (1989), Unnatural Affections: Women and Fiction in the Later 18th Century (1998), Men in Love; Masculinity and Sexuality in the 18th Century (1999), and Queer Gothic (2006). He co-edited Professions of Desire: Lesbian and Gay Studies in Literature (1995), The Blackwell Companion to LGBT/Q Studies (2007), and was general editor of The Encyclopedia of Gay Histories and Cultures (2000).


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Postmodern Confessional

KEVIN KOPELSON TELLS US that he sometimes rhapsodizes about literature in his undergraduate classes, which is not hard to imagine: this ...

Postmodern Confessional
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