The Young and Evil  

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The Young And The Evil (1933) is a novel by Charles Henri-Ford and Parker Tyler. Praised unflinchingly by Djuna Barnes and Gertrude Stein, this work, first by the Obelisk Press in Paris, is a non-judgemental depiction of gay life and men who earn their living there, told through characters like Julian (modeled on Ford) and Karel (based on Parker Tyler). With the added interracial connotations (the book was set in Harlem and Greenwich).

see also: gay fiction



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