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Pride Month Bookshelf: LGBTQIA+ History, Cultural Studies, and Literature Beyond June

Presenting our Yale University Press Pride Month reading list—because celebrating #Pride2017, learning from the history of the movement, championing stories and contributions of LGBTQIA+ individuals, and working each day to insist on equal and fair treatment of queer communities should extend far beyond June. Homintern: How Gay Culture Liberated the Modern World by Gregory

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Tennessee Williams’ Notebooks

Tennessee Williams’s later life often proved mysterious to his colleagues and critics; he was infamous for being erratic, and was lambasted by critics who longed for his earlier days. His Notebooks, recently published for the first time in an annotated edition by the Yale University Press, offer insight into the

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