Dare me! : the life and work of Gerald Glaskin / John Burbidge Burbidge, John, 1949-

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Glaskin, G. M. (Gerald Marcus), 1923-2000.; BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Literary.; Authors, Australian - Biography.
Gerald Glaskin (1923-2000) pushed the boundaries of acceptability in what he wrote and how he wrote it. His 20 major publications - novels, short stories, travelogues, memoirs, plays, and more - tackled such taboo subjects as homosexuality, incest, and parapsychology. In the aftermath of World War II, Glaskin challenged white Australians to re-examine their attitudes toward Asians and Aboriginal people; and his 1965 novel, No End to the Way - initially banned in his home country - was groundbreaking in its frank and honest portrayal of a homosexual relationship. Outside Australia, Glaskin's bo.
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