A complete, cumulative Checklist of lesbian, variant and homosexual fiction, in English or available in English translation, with supplements of related material, for the use of collectors, students and librarians.
an Books 1959. Characters in a college novel include an instructor--male--who is homosexual, very sympathetically portrayed. Also a subtle, but sympathetic attachment between an unlovely, unloved student and an older woman; the relationship is shown as constructive for both in the end.
+ ADAMS, FAY. Appointment in Paris. pbo, N. Y., Gold Medal 1952. An American girl in Paris has a brief affair with a French woman and is thereby enabled to break the hold of her old-maid aunt. She later marries.
ADDAMS, KAY. Queer Patterns. pbo, Beacon, 1959. scv. Trashy shocker about young Nora Card, who briefly forsakes her boy friend, Roger, for a corrupt lesbian employer.
Warped Desires. pbo, Beacon, 1960. scv. Teen-age Doris goes to a boarding school and is seduced by everyone on the premises, male and female.
ALDRICH, ANN (pseud.)
We Too Must Love. pbo Gold Medal 1958.
We Walk Alone. pbo, Gold Medal 1955.
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