Posts Tagged: queer?
The African Queen. By CS Forester. Michael Joseph, London, 1946 (this edition 1970). I love being able to return to classic works with fresh eyes. You never know what you’ll suddenly notice. (Is this a classic? It was a classic
I’m just going to slip this one on, sidle away casually, and let you make up your own mind whether or not it belongs. Roy Rogers Cowboy Annual World Distributors, Manchester, 1959
The Club of Queer Trades GK Chesterton, London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1912. As I’ve said before: I love it when the popular authors have a little something for me. Such a shame about that final plural. It could really have
A Sea-Queen’s Sailing. By Charles W. Whistler, London: Nelson & Sons, (nd, looks 1910s). This, of course, is my second Sea Queen book. The first was far more Improving, but this one looks much more exciting. This was a second
Gay Go Up. By Anne Hepple, London: Hutchinson, (nd, guess 50s to 60s) And now you know as much as I do.
Queer Judson. By Joseph Lincoln, New York: Appleton & Co, 1925. A frank account of identity politics in 1920s America (well, I assume). From the writer who brought us The Woman Haters; Galusha the Magnificent; The Rise of Roscoe Paine;
Nancy Finds Herself. By Olive C. Dougan, London: Blackie & Son (n.d., looks very 1950s) Illustrated by E. Spring-Smith. And I do know what you’re thinking: how could I resist this title? And quite so, but there are further rewards