A Queer Progress: Christopher Isherwood, Sexual Exceptionalism, and Thirties Berlin
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Lois Cucullu discusses "A Queer Progress: Christopher Isherwood, Sexual Exceptionalism, and Thirties Berlin.” Cucullu is Professor of English at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. This lecture was included in the session titled, "Isherwood and the Creation of the Queer Self."
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