Hidden categories: A Single Man more fully develops the context of gay oppression than do [Isherwood's] earlier novels The Elementary School Journal. Agree about Mary Renault and John Rechy. In contexts where homosexuality has been perceived negatively, LGBT literature may also document the psychological stresses and alienation suffered by those experiencing prejudice, legal discrimination, AIDSself-loathing, bullying, violence, religious condemnation, denial, suicide, persecution, and other such obstacles. A Bibliography.
Metuchen, NJ: A Dark parking lot. The Motel in the Middle of Nowhere. The Scarecrow Press.