KAYLOR, Michael Matthew a Forrest REID. The Garden God: A Tale of Two Boys, by Forrest Reid. 1. vyd. Kansas City, Missouri: Valancourt Books, 2007. 160 s. Valancourt Books. ISBN 1-934555-04-5.
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Originální název The Garden God: A Tale of Two Boys, by Forrest Reid
Název česky The Garden God: A Tale of Two Boys, od Forrest Reid
Autoři KAYLOR, Michael Matthew (840 Spojené státy, garant, domácí) a Forrest REID (372 Irsko).
Vydání 1. vyd. Kansas City, Missouri, 160 s. Valancourt Books, 2007.
Nakladatel Valancourt Books
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Originální jazyk angličtina
Typ výsledku Odborná kniha
Obor Písemnictví, masmedia, audiovize
Stát vydavatele Spojené státy
Utajení není předmětem státního či obchodního tajemství
WWW Valancourt Books Amazon
Kód RIV RIV/00216224:14210/07:00032276
Organizační jednotka Filozofická fakulta
ISBN 1-934555-04-5
Klíčová slova anglicky Forrest Reid; Garden God; Boys books; Adolescence; Northern Irish authors; Homoeroticism; Pederasty; Paederasty; Gay Studies
Štítky adolescence, Boys books, Forrest Reid, Garden God, Gay Studies, Homoeroticism, Northern Irish authors, Paederasty, pederasty
Příznaky Mezinárodní význam, Recenzováno
Změnil Změnil: doc. Michael Matthew Kaylor, PhD., učo 132640. Změněno: 13. 1. 2012 19:23.
Anotace
Fifteen year old Graham Iddesleigh dreams of a past life, where he frolicked in a garden with a young Greek god. However, his dreams threaten to come to an abrupt end when his father decides to send him away to school. But what is Graham's surprise when he meets a fellow schoolboy, Harold Brocklehurst, who is the very image of the Greek god of his dreams! Graham falls deeply in love with his new friend, and the two boys spend an unforgettable summer together - until a heartbreaking tragedy occurs, a tragedy that will change Graham's life forever. "The Garden God" was first published in 1905, in the wake of the Oscar Wilde trials and other scandals, and risked controversy with its undercurrents of pederastic desire. Forrest Reid dedicated the novel to his idol, Henry James, who was outraged and never spoke to Reid again. This first ever scholarly edition of the novel includes a new introduction and notes by Michael Matthew Kaylor, who dismisses the traditional view of Reid as merely a provincial novelist, and argues for his inclusion among the major Uranian writers such as Pater, Wilde, and Frederick Rolfe.
Anotace česky
Fifteen year old Graham Iddesleigh dreams of a past life, where he frolicked in a garden with a young Greek god. However, his dreams threaten to come to an abrupt end when his father decides to send him away to school. But what is Graham's surprise when he meets a fellow schoolboy, Harold Brocklehurst, who is the very image of the Greek god of his dreams! Graham falls deeply in love with his new friend, and the two boys spend an unforgettable summer together - until a heartbreaking tragedy occurs, a tragedy that will change Graham's life forever. "The Garden God" was first published in 1905, in the wake of the Oscar Wilde trials and other scandals, and risked controversy with its undercurrents of pederastic desire. Forrest Reid dedicated the novel to his idol, Henry James, who was outraged and never spoke to Reid again. This first ever scholarly edition of the novel includes a new introduction and notes by Michael Matthew Kaylor, who dismisses the traditional view of Reid as merely a provincial novelist, and argues for his inclusion among the major Uranian writers such as Pater, Wilde, and Frederick Rolfe.
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