Title Profile & Character Information

Eminent Outlaws

Annotation
Himself a distinguished novelist (and gay), Bram here undertakes to investigate the significant gay writers-Tennessee Williams, Gore Vidal, Truman Capote, Allen Ginsberg, and James Baldwin-who emerged after World War II and changed both the literature and the culture of America. A key cultural study for informed readers.

GenreNonFiction
Domestic
    --Gay
    --Gay and lesbian
Literary
TopicsWriters
Gay men
Gay culture
Literary life
Literary critics
American literature
American culture
Homosexuality