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Bertram Cope's Year

Henry Blake Fuller

Publisher: Turtle Point Press

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“Entertaining . . . eminently readable, distinguished by beautifully evoked period atmosphere and sly humor.”—The New York Times 
America’s first gay novel, published in 1919.

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