1 edition of Gay Berlin found in the catalog.
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||HQ76.2.G42 B47 2015|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 305 pages|
|Number of Pages||305|
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A disappointingly lackluster memoir focusing on the six boyhood years (—39) Gay spent in Nazi Berlin. All the intellectual and stylistic dimensions that make master historian and biographer Gay (author of the five-volume The Bourgeois Experience, etc.) such a superb academic writer—a somewhat detached, reflective, intellectually thorough and elegant approach’serve him less well when Author: Peter Gay. The Kettengasse street is home to Germany’s most popular gay shop: Bruno’s—where you’ll find books, magazines, DVDs and fashion plus brochures and information on local LGBT initiatives and hotspots. In Cologne, you’ll also find a memorial to the gay and lesbian victims of the Holocaust—one of just three in Germany.
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A bit more of an academic book than a popular one, "Gay Berlin" really explores the German nature of the homosexual identity, Gay Berlin book the late 19th century to the beginnings of Third Reich in While, Berlin was the center point of all that activity, this book covers quite a bit of German history, most of the book is not focused on Berlin specifically.4/5.
"Gay Berlin", a recent book by Robert Beachy, delves into what Gay Berlin book might call homosexual realization that began in the nineteenth century.
It culminates with its tolerance during the time of the Weimar Republic and ends, tragically, with the rise of the Nazi Party/5(55). About Gay Berlin. An unprecedented examination of the ways in which the uninhibited urban sexuality, sexual experimentation, and medical advances of pre-Weimar Berlin created and molded our modern understanding of sexual orientation and gay identity.
From Karl Heinrich Ulrichs, a German activist described by some as the first openly gay man, to the world of Berlin’s vast homosexual subcultures, to a major sex scandal that enraptured the daily. Robert Beachy’s excellent and richly documented new book, “Gay Berlin: Birthplace of a Modern Identity,” merely touches on these horrors.
German scholar Robert Beachy’s Gay Berlin: Birthplace of a Modern Identity adds to the growing literature of pre-Stonewall GLBTQ history. Beachy‘s research reaches back to the early s in his investigation of how homosexuals lived their lives even before they were scientifically or socially categorized—part of a vital reality check to the growing industry of homophobes and Author: Robert Beachy.
GAY BERLIN BIRTHPLACE OF A MODERN IDENTITY by Robert Beachy ‧ RELEASE DATE: Nov. 20, An elucidating, somewhat startling study of how early German tolerance and liberalism encouraged homosexual expression.
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Berlin’s nightlife makes London’s and New York’s seem tame. Schöneberg is the main hub. Berlin's origins go back more than years. In Berlin became the capital of the kingdom of Prussia and in of the German Empire.
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Prinz.Adam: Berlin's LGBT scene is certainly a big part of day-to-day life in Berlin and I think because of the city's friendly spirit, Berlin makes for a great gay destination. The city is so much more than just the historical "gayborhood" of Schöneberg - gay bars, clubs and events are everywhere here!