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The Green Carnations: Gay Classics Boxed Set - The Picture of Dorian Gray Joseph and His Friend Cecil Dreeme The Sins of the Cities of the Plain… - cover

The Green Carnations: Gay Classics Boxed Set - The Picture of Dorian Gray Joseph and His Friend Cecil Dreeme The Sins of the Cities of the Plain…

Oscar Wilde, Bayard Taylor, Henry Blake Fuller, Petronius, Theodore Winthrop, Jack Saul, Harlan Cozad McIntosh

Publisher: e-artnow

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Summary

Green Carnation was a symbol of homosexuality and was worn by the famous author Oscar Wilde. Today the flower has come to be associated with gay love and acceptance all over the world. The present collection celebrates Wilde and other authors from the past who celebrated and represented gay love in their novels:
The Picture of Dorian Gray
Joseph and His Friend
Bertram Cope's Year
Cecil Dreeme
This Finer Shadow
The Satyricon
The Sins of the Cities of the Plain

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