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The ruling passion : British colonial allegory and the paradox of homosexual desire / Christopher Lane.

Main Author: Lane, Christopher, 1966-
Language(s): English
Published: Durham : Duke University Press, 1995.
Subjects: Allegory.
Desire in literature.
Gay men in literature.
Colonies in literature.
Imperialism in literature.
Masculinity in literature.
English literature > Male authors > History and criticism.
English literature > 20th century > History and criticism.
Homosexuality and literature > Great Britain > Colonies > History.
English literature > 19th century > History and criticism.
Physical Description: xiii, 326 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN: 0822316897 (pbk. : acid-free paper)
0822316773 (acid-free paper)
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