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6 edition of Cecil Dreeme. found in the catalog.

Cecil Dreeme.

by Michigan Historical Reprint Series

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  • 30 Currently reading

Published by Scholarly Publishing Office, University of Michigan Library .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • American history,
  • History,
  • History - U.S.,
  • History: American,
  • USA,
  • History / United States / General,
  • United States - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages360
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8509649M
    ISBN 101425536956
    ISBN 109781425536954
    OCLC/WorldCa154687064

    Cecil Dreeme is one of the queerest American novels of the 19th century. This edition, which includes a new introduction contextualizing the sexual history of the period and queer longings of the book, brings a rare, almost forgotten, sensational gothic novel set in New York’s West Village back to : NYU Press.   Cecil Dreeme is one of the queerest American novels of the 19th century. This edition, which includes a new introduction contextualizing the sexual history of the period and queer longings of the book, brings a rare, almost forgotten, sensational gothic novel set /5(42).

      And now the tale of my characters is complete. This drama, short and sad, marches, without much delay, to its close. If I have, in any scene thus far, dallied with details that may seem trivial, let me be pardoned! Cecil Dreeme By Theodore Winthrop. Book Id: WPLBN Format Type: PDF eBook File Size: Reproduction Date: Full Text. Title: Cecil Dreeme: Please Sign in with your eLibrary Card to view this book. Please Sign in with your eLibrary Card to view this book. Additional Books. The Point of View (by James, Henry)Author: Theodore Winthrop.

    Cecil Dreeme Theodore Winthrop, writer, lawyer, and world traveller () This ebook presents «Cecil Dreeme», from Theodore Winthrop. A dynamic table of contents enables to jump directly to the chapter selected. TABLE OF CONTENTS ABOUT THIS BOOK BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF THE AUTHOR STILLFLEET AND HIS NEWS CHRYSALIS COLLEGEBrand: The Perfect Library. Cecil Dreeme Theodore Winthrop (–) Robert Byng, the hero, returning from ten years of study in Europe, meets on shipboard a remarkably accomplished and brilliant man, Densdeth, to whom he is much attracted, while conscious at the same time of an unacknowledged but powerful repulsion.


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Cecil Dreeme, Theodore Winthrop's most important work, was a semi-autobiographical novel. Cecil Dreeme. book The gothic tale features a young traveler, Robert Byng, who returns from abroad to New York.

He lodges in an impressive building along with other young Bohemians and artists, including a mysterious and alluring painter, with whom he strikes up a friendship/5. Chapter XXIX • Dreeme His Own Interpreter Chapter XXX • Densdeth’s Dark Room This work was published before January 1,and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least years ago.

But about Cecil Dreeme, which he evidently read in one day—on his eighteenth birthday, no less, and in a state of deep discontent—he could not muster anything that would satisfy him as "a profound observation." Something about Cecil Dreeme left him nonplussed, but at the same time intrigued.

"A peculiar book," he wrote. Cecil Dreeme, Theodore Winthrop's most important work, was a semi-autobiographical novel. The gothic tale features a young traveler, Robert Byng, who returns from abroad to New York. He lodges in an impressive building along with other young Bohemians and artists, including a mysterious and alluring painter, with whom he strikes up a friendship/5(4).

Cecil Dreeme is one of the queerest American novels of the 19th century. This edition, which includes a new introduction contextualizing the sexual history of the period and queer longings of the book, brings a rare, almost forgotten, sensational gothic novel set in New York’s West Village back to light.

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Edited and with Cecil Dreeme. book introduction by Christopher Looby. pages | 6 x 9 Paper | ISBN | $s | Outside the Americas £ Ebook editions are available from selected online vendors A volume in the series Q Queer American Nineteenth Century View table of contents "Heterosexuality, this novel forthrightly claims, is a poor substitute for.

But about Cecil Dreeme, which he evidently read in one day—on his eighteenth birthday, no less, and in a state of deep discontent—he could not muster anything that would satisfy him as "a profound observation." Something about Cecil Dreeme left him nonplussed, but at the same time intrigued.

"A peculiar book," he : Theodore Winthrop. Description: Cecil Dreeme is one of the queerest American novels of the 19th century. This edition, which includes a new introduction contextualizing the sexual history of the period and queer longings of the book, brings a rare, almost forgotten, sensational gothic novel set.

Though Cecil Dreeme may not be a familiar title on 19th-century literature syllabuses today, it was tremendously popular in its time.

First published by Ticknor and Fields in following Winthrop’s death fighting with the Union’s Seventh Regiment at Big Bethel, the first land battle of the Civil War, it quickly went through several. Book Description: Cecil Dreemeis one of the queerest American novels of the 19th edition, which includes a new introduction contextualizing the sexual history of the period and queer longings of the book, brings a rare, almost forgotten, sensational gothic novel set.

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Get this from a library. Cecil Dreeme: a novel. [Theodore Winthrop; Peter Coviello] -- Published posthumously inthe novel centers on Robert Byng, a young man who moves back to New York after traveling abroad and finds himself unmarried and underemployed, adrift in the heathenish.

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Cecil Dreeme is one of the queerest American novels of the 19th century. This edition, which includes a new introduction contextualizing the sexual history of the period and queer longings of the book, brings a rare, almost forgotten, sensational gothic novel set in New York’s West Village back to light.

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