Hailed in the mid-19th century as the most important American poet of the period, Fitz-Greene Halleck was dubbed the American Byron and had a large general readership despite his work's infusion of homosexual themes. This biography portrays him as a prophet of the literary and sexual revolution.Homosexuality and the Fall of Fitz-Greene Halleck John W. M. Hallock ... 97 Michael Moona#39;s persuasive essay on Whitmana#39;s aquot;The Childa#39;s Championaquot; deconstructs the short story as homosexual allegory.98 Like Hallecka#39;s soldier in aquot; Younganbsp;...
|Title||:||The American Byron|
|Author||:||John W. M. Hallock|
|Publisher||:||Univ of Wisconsin Press - 2000|