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200 _aThe culture of queers
_bTexte imprimé
_fRichard, Dyer
210 _aLondon
215 _a1 vol. (VIII-244 p.)
_d24 cm
300 _aNotes bibliogr.
330 _aFor around a hundred years up to the Stonewall riots, the word used for gay men was 'queers'. In The Culture of Queers, Richard Dyer traces the contours of queer culture, examining the differences and continuities with the gay culture which succeeded it. Opening with a discussion of the very concept of 'queers', Dyer asks what it means to speak of a sexual grouping having a culture, and addresses issues such as gay attitudes to women and the notion of camp. From screaming queens to sensitive vampires and sad young men, and from pulp novels to pornography to the films of Fassbinder, The Culture of Queers explores the history of queer arts and media.
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_xAu cinéma
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_xAu cinéma
610 _aculture queer
610 _ahomosexualité
610 _aqueers
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