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Camp in Literature

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What does camp look like as a style of writing, and why has a canon of camp writers never been compiled? Because camp has never been addressed as a literary genre?until now. This book explores the history of camp in literature, showcasing its merit and demonstrating that seriousness is not the only path to truth and meaning. The first part of the book is thematically organ ...more
Paperback, 306 pages
Published March 1st 2006 by McFarland & Company
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Gary McMahon lives, works and writes in West Yorkshire but posseses a New York state of mind. He shares his life with a wife, a son, and the nagging stories that won’t give him any peace until he writes them.
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