Table of contents for Queer street : rise and fall of an American culture, 1947/1985 : excursions in the mind of the life / by James McCourt.


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0	Part One: Origination
	0	Chapter One: Predicament
	00	Chapter Two: The Wherewithal
	00	Chapter Three: Certain Shades of Limelight
	00	Chapter Four: Identity and the Masks of Enclosure 
(The Existential Queer)
	00	Chapter Five: How It Got to Be So
	00	Part Two: Investigations
	000	Chapter Six: Forensic Society
	000	Chapter Seven: A Sample Progress on Queer Street
	000	Chapter Eight: Mirror, Mirror: Same Difference
	000	Chapter Nine: The Sunday Matinee
	000	Chapter Ten: A Performance to Give
	000	Chapter Eleven: Stipulations
	000	Part Three: Breaking Out
	000	Chapter Twelve: Dirty Boulevard
	000	Chapter Thirteen: The File on Fire Island
	000	Chapter Fourteen: The Theater
	000	Chapter Fifteen: While on the Town
	000	Part Four: Expatriates
	000	Chapter Sixteen: A Farrago of a Four-Year Stay Abroad
	000	Chapter Seventeen: Ashes to Ashes, Dust to Dust, But Not Yet
	000	Chapter Eighteen: Vilja de Tanguay Exults
	000	Part Five: Return Engagements
	000	Chapter Nineteen: Moving Back and Moving On
	000	Chapter Twenty: Fielding Shortstop
	000	Chapter Twenty-one: Two Serious Laddies: Raymond Chandler and 
Herman Melville
	000	Chapter Twenty-two: Two Jims
	000	Chapter Twenty-three: Personnel and Bulletins from Zones of 
Dread
	000	Chapter Twenty-four: Two Almost Tragic Characters
	000	Part Seven: Lost Angeles
	000	Chapter Twenty-five: Story Boards, Card Games and Suits
	000	Chapter Twenty-six: Pinochle/Club Diamonds
	000	Chapter Twenty-seven: 1416 North Havenhurst
	000	Chapter Twenty-eight: Star Soul
	000	Chapter Twenty-nine: While You Were Out
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Gays United States History 20th century, Gay communities United States History 20th century, Gays United States Social conditions