Our favorite LGBTQ classics, which represent a variety of different styles and genres.
"Set in the 1950s Paris of American expatriates, liaisons, and violence, a young man finds himself caught between desire and conventional morality."--Page 4 of cover.
Format: Book - 2013 First Vintage International trade paperback edition
Holds: 5 on 18 copiesView this item
Format: Book - 2006
Holds: 2 on 8 copiesView this item
The Essential Dykes to Watch Out for
Format: Book - 2008
Holds: 2 on 6 copiesView this item
Format: Book - 2016
Holds: 0 on 4 copiesView this item
The story of Molly Bolt, the adoptive daughter of a dirt-poor Southern couple who boldly forges her own path in America. With her startling beauty and crackling wit, Molly finds that women are drawn to her wherever she goes--and she refuses to apologize for loving them back.
Format: Book - 2015 2015 Bantam Books trade paperback edition
Holds: 1 on 14 copiesView this item
Set in Mexico City during the early fifities, the story follows William Lee from bar to bar in the American expatriate scene as he pursues a young man named Allerton.
Format: Book - 2010 Expanded edition
Holds: 1 on 7 copiesView this item
Format: Book - 2001 First Vintage Books edition
Holds: 2 on 9 copiesView this item
Calliope's friendship with a classmate and her sense of identity are compromised by the adolescent discovery that she is a hermaphrodite, a situation with roots in her grandparents' desperate struggle for survival in the 1920s.
Format: Book - 2002
Holds: 3 on 7 copiesView this item
Maurice: A Novel
Format: Book - 1993
Holds: 1 on 8 copiesView this item
The Swimming-pool Library
Focuses on the friendship of two men: William Beckwith, a young gay aristocrat who leads a life of privilege and promiscuity and the elderly Lord Nantwich, an old Africa hand, searching for someone to write his biography and inherit his traditions. (6/25/2019 3:46:11 AM)
Format: Book - 1989 First Vintage international edition
Holds: 1 on 5 copiesView this item