Stonewall: The Riots That Sparked the Gay Revolution
St. Martin's Publishing Group, 25 mai 2010 - 352 pagini
The basis of the PBS American Experience documentary Stonewall Uprising.
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A few doors in from Greenwich Avenue is 11 Christopher Street, where the influential poet e.e. cummings once lived. Farther down the block, just two doors west of where the Stonewall Inn would open, was the Lion's Head, a pub popular ...
trance to the West 4th Street station, with its seven subway lines, is only a little farther away from the Stonewall Inn's door than the Christopher Street station. All in all, the Stonewall Inn was only a block away from eight subway ...
Once at the address listed in the publication, his heart sank as he scanned the building directory in vain for the words Mattachine Society. He wandered the halls looking for a door with the word Mattachine on it.
Arthur Evans took his belt off, went to the closet in his small dormitory room, and opened the door. After scrutinizing the clothes bar in the closet, he decided his idea would work. He could attach his belt to the bar, wrap the belt ...
The local Greek Catholic church had held an air of mystery for young Tommy, especially when he saw its doors standing open on Easter mornings. Now that he was in high school, he was old enough to stay up till midnight, the symbolic hour ...
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LibraryThing ReviewComentariu Utilizator - wellreadcatlady - LibraryThing
David Carter's give a detail account of the environment gays were living in the 1960s, the Stonewall riots, and the lasting effect of the riots and the beginning of gay liberation. When I say detailed ... Citiți recenzia completă
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Carter wrote a history of queer people's 6 day struggle with the police for control of the gay ghetto in New York in 1969. A dense history, heavy with details and anecdotes gleaned from the author's ... Citiți recenzia completă