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Decoding Alan Turing
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directed by Christopher Racster (San Francisco, CA: Frameline, 2008), 16 mins
Uncovers Alan Turing, British WWII hero at the center of US/UK Intelligence, now hailed as the father of the modern computer. His mysterious suicide in 1954 (by eating a cyanide laced apple) has gained him cult status, and spawned an urban legend that the Apple Computer logo is a nod to his genius.
directed by Christopher Racster (San Francisco, CA: Frameline, 2008), 16 mins
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The German Officer's Boy
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written by Harlan Greene (Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, originally published 2005, first release 2005), 215 page(s)
written by Harlan Greene (Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, originally published 2005, first release 2005), 215 page(s)
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written by Tereska Torres, 1920-; in Lesbian Pulp Fiction: The Sexually Intrepid World of Lesbian Paperback Novels 1950-1965 (San Francisco, CA: Cleis Press, 2005), [5]-17
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CHAPTER TEN: FRANK, 1942-1948
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written by Nina Revoyr, fl. 2008; in Southland (New York, NY: Akashic Books, 2003, originally published 2003, first release 2003), [107]-122
written by Nina Revoyr, fl. 2008; in Southland (New York, NY: Akashic Books, 2003, originally published 2003, first release 2003), [107]-122
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The Moon, My Mother and Me
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written by Helena Lipstadt; edited by Holly Iglesias and Catherine Reid; in Every Woman I've Ever Loved: Lesbian Writers on Their Mothers (San Francisco, CA: Cleis Press, originally published 1997, first release 1997), 175-179
written by Helena Lipstadt; edited by Holly Iglesias and Catherine Reid; in Every Woman I've Ever Loved: Lesbian Writers on Their Mothers (San Francisco, CA: Cleis Press, originally published 1997, first release 1997), 175-179
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INTRODUCTION
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written by George Chauncey, Jr.; in Gay New York: Gender, Urban Culture, and the Makings of the Gay Male World, 1890-1940 (New York, NY: Basic Books, 1994, originally published 1994, first release 1994), [1]-29
written by George Chauncey, Jr.; in Gay New York: Gender, Urban Culture, and the Makings of the Gay Male World, 1890-1940 (New York, NY: Basic Books, 1994, originally published 1994, first release 1994), [1]-29
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The Letters of Vita Sackville-West and Virginia Woolf
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edited by Mitchell Leaska and Louise DeSalvo (San Francisco, CA: Cleis Press, 2001, originally published 1984, first release 1984), 448 page(s)
edited by Mitchell Leaska and Louise DeSalvo (San Francisco, CA: Cleis Press, 2001, originally published 1984, first release 1984), 448 page(s)
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Momma
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written by John Horne Burns, 1916-1953; in Twenty-One Variations on a Theme (New York, NY: Greenberg, 1953), [45]-77
written by John Horne Burns, 1916-1953; in Twenty-One Variations on a Theme (New York, NY: Greenberg, 1953), [45]-77
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