Manhattan masquerade: Sexuality and spectacle in the world of Questin Crisp
AuthorsBendall, Mark J.
AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractThis book chapter discusses Crisp's parade of camp, his use of language, his use of androgyny, and his symbiotic interaction with urban space (especially New York) to sustain individuality and achieve, in his view, ordinariness.
CitationIn M. D'Artry (Ed.), Cont_xts? Media, representation and society (pp. 164-188). Chester: Chester Academic Press, 2008
PublisherChester Academic Press
DescriptionThis book chapter is not available through ChesterRep
Series/Report no.Issues in the social sciences