The Germanic Mosaic: Cultural and Linguistic Diversity in Society

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In his dissertation James Jones considers works from the literary canon and works by self-identified homosexuals during the early twentieth century (which are not always mutually exclusive) in their portrayal of homosexuals. There is little representational variance between portrayals of homosexual characters by self-identified homosexuals, suspected homosexuals, and heterosexuals, most of which appear to conform to the early twentieth-century contemporary medical, literary, and psychological models.
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Throughout Greenberg's work on the social construction of homosexuality, the concept of a feminine man with regard to male homosexuality prevails through the majority of cultural representations of homosexual behavior.

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Nelson Donald F. ( 1984). "Hermann Hesse's Demian and the Resolution of the Mother-Complex." GR 59.2: 57-62.

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Ziolkowski Theodore ( 1965). The Novels of Hermann Hesse: A Study in Theme and Structure. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press.

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