gay literature

literary genre

Gay literature is a collective term for literature produced by or for the LGBT community which involves characters, plot lines, and/or themes portraying male homosexual behavior. The term is now used most commonly to cover specifically gay male literature, with a separate genre of lesbian literature existing for women. Historically, the term "gay literature" was sometimes used to cover both gay male and lesbian literatures. In a historical sense, literature as we understand it is a fairly new innovation, and the current concept of homosexuality is even fresher from the cultural oven. It's no great surprise, then, that gay literature — or even gay characters in literature — are so relatively new as to still be shiny.
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The Left Hand of Darkness

1969 science fiction novel by Ursula K. Le Guin

author: Ursula K. Le Guin

1969

Kiss of the Spider Woman

novel by Manuel Puig

author: Mabel Puig

1976

The Man Who Fell in Love with the Moon

book by Tom Spanbauer

author: Tom Spanbauer

1991

The Graveyard

novel by Adrian Teleşpan

author: Adrian Teleșpan

2013

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