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Trash: A Queer Film Classic

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This series will be a significant, valuable contribution to the history and literature of gay cinema. Each of these works will be valuable additions for academic and popular students of film and gay culture. "Library Journal"

"""Trash," one of three inaugural titles in Arsenal Pulp Press' new film book series Queer Film Classics, delves into the legendary 1970 film that was
ebook, 120 pages
Published October 1st 2009 by Arsenal Pulp Press (first published 2009)
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An attractive little paperback, not particularly long, but an illuminating, well-documented read.
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