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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
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Guy Hocquenghem (3 December 1946 – 28 August 1988) was a French writer and queer theorist.


  • Homosexual Desire (1972, English translation 1978)
  • L'Après-Mai des faunes (1974)
  • Co-ire, album systématique de l'enfance (Co-anger: systematic album of childhood, with René Schérer) (1976)
  • Fin de section (1976) short stories
  • La Dérive homosexuelle (1977)
  • La Beauté du métis (1979)
  • Gay Travels: guide and glance homosexual over the large metropolises (1980)
  • L'Amour en relief (1982)
  • La Colère d'agneau (The Wrath of the Lamb) (1985)
  • L'Âme atomique (The Atomic Heart, with René Schérer) (1986)
  • Open letter to those who moved from Mao Collars to Rotary Wheels (1986)
  • Eve (1987)
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  • The amphitheatre of the dead ones: anticipated memories (1994)

Works on Hocquenghem

Bill Marshall, Guy Hocquenghem: Gay Beyond Identity (Duke University Press, 1996)

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