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Author Welch, Denton, author

Title Good night, beloved comrade : the letters of Denton Welch to Eric Oliver / edited and with an introduction by Daniel J. Murtaugh
Published Madison, Wisconsin : The University of Wisconsin Press, [2017]
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Series Living out : gay and lesbian autobiographies
Living out.
Summary Denton Welch (1915-48) died at the age of thirty-three after a brief but brilliant career as a writer and painter. The revealing, poignant, impressionistic voice that buoys his novels was much praised by critics and literati in England and has since inspired creative artists from William S. Burroughs to John Waters. His achievements were all the more remarkable because he suffered from debilitating spinal and pelvic injuries incurred in a bicycle accident at age eighteen.Though German bombs were ravaging Britain, Welch wrote in his published work about the idyllic landscapes and local people h
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Subject Oliver, Eric, 1914-1995 -- Correspondence.
Welch, Denton -- Correspondence.
Accident victims -- Great Britain -- Biography.
Accident victims -- Great Britain -- Correspondence.
Agricultural laborers -- Great Britain -- Correspondence.
Artists -- Great Britain -- Biography.
Artists -- Great Britain -- Correspondence.
Authors, English -- 20th century -- Biography.
Authors, English -- 20th century -- Correspondence.
Conscientious objectors -- Great Britain -- Correspondence.
Gay artists -- Great Britain -- Biography.
Gay artists -- Great Britain -- Correspondence.
Gay authors -- Great Britain -- Biography.
Gay authors -- Great Britain -- Correspondence.
Gay couples -- Great Britain -- Correspondence.
Genre/Form Autobiographies.
Personal correspondence.
Form Electronic book
Author Murtaugh, Daniel J., editor, writer of introduction
ISBN 0299310132 (electronic bk.)
9780299310134 (electronic bk.)
Other Titles Correspondence. Selections