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  1. City Boy: My Life in New York During the 1960s and '70s by Edmund White, 2010-09-28
  2. My Lives: An Autobiography by Edmund White, 2006-04-01
  3. The Farewell Symphony by Edmund White, 1998-09-01
  4. Edmund and the White Witch (Narnia) by C. S. Lewis, 1998-10-31
  5. Hotel de Dream: A New York Novel by Edmund White, 2007-09-01
  6. The Beautiful Room Is Empty: A Novel by Edmund White, 1994-10-04
  7. Terre Haute by Edmund White, 2009-04-13
  8. The Married Man: A Novel by Edmund White, 2001-09-11
  9. Arts and Letters by Edmund White, 2006-09-19
  10. A Boy's Own Story: A Novel by Edmund White, 2009-02-24
  11. My Lives: A Memoir (P.S.) by Edmund White, 2007-04-01
  12. Genet: A Biography by Edmund White, 1994-10-04
  13. Our Paris: Sketches from Memory by Edmund White, Hubert Sorin, 2002-04
  14. Caracole by Edmund White, 2010-08-28

1. About The Author - Edmund White
Edmund White was born on January 13, 1940, in Cincinnati, Ohio. Quoted from Stephen Barber s Edmund White The Burning World. (New York St.
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Edmund White was born on January 13, 1940, in Cincinnati, Ohio. His father was, according to White, "a small entrepreneur who made a lot of money and then lost most of it during the time when small businessmen were being superceded by big corporations." When White was seven his parents divorced, and he went with his mother and sister to live on the outskirts of Chicago. Summers were spent with his father in Cincinnati. In his 1991 essay titled "Out of the Closet, Onto the Bookshelf," White has written, "As a young teenager I looked desperately for things to read that might excuse me or assure me I wasn't the only one, that might confirm an identity I was unhappily piecing together. In the early 1950s, the only books I could find in the Evanston, Illinois, Public Library were Thomas Mann's Death in Venice (which suggested that homosexuality was fetid, platonic and death-dealing) and the biography of Nijinsky by his wife (in which she obliquely deplored the demonic influence of the impresario Diaghilev on her saintly husband, the great dancer—an influence that in this instance had produced not death but madness)."

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Esteemed novelist White's marvelous little book inaugurates a new series entitled The Writer and the City, in which Bloomsbury USA will match accomplished writers to cities with which they are intimately familiar. If White's personal, loving, and saucy look at the city in which he, an American, was a fond resident for many years is an indication of things to come, the series will prove to be prime reading for travel lovers. White defines the flaneur of his title as an "aimless stroller who loses himself in the crowd, who has no destination and goes wherever caprice or curiosity direct his or her step." White assumes the role of flaneur to perambulate the narrow streets and grand boulevards of Paris, to gather impressions of people and places. He certainly sees the soul beneath the skin as he explores such topics as writers, royalty, and sex and what part each plays in the Parisian experience. He may be in love with Paris, but he is not blinded by it; in fact, he refers to the city as it exists today as a cultural backwater. Brad Hooper About the Author Edmund White is the author of many books including A Boy's Own Story and most recently The Married Man. He has been made an officer in the French Order of Arts and Letters and last year received a literary prize from the Festival of Deauville. Ten of his books have been translated into French, including his magisterial biography of Jean Genet.

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Edmund White. Edmund White. Our Paris Sketches from Memory, Our Paris Sketches from Memory By Edmund White. Illustrated by Hubert Sorin.
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Edmund White Edmund White A Boy's Own Story The Married Man Caracole Skinned Alive : Stories ... Marcel Proust
Edmund White's succinct but excellent biography of Marcel Proust is part of the distinguished Penguin Lives series. The Beautiful Room Is Empty Genet : A Biography
Edmund White's brilliant biography of one of France's and the world's, greatest writers, Jean Genet. Winner of the 1993 National Book Critics Circle Award for Biography. Nocturnes for the King of Naples Our Paris : Sketches from Memory
By Edmund White. Illustrated by Hubert Sorin. The Farewell Symphony The Flaneur
The new work by Edmund White. Due for release in March 2001 Edmund White : The Burning World
By Stephen Barber. The fully authorised biography of Edmund White. The Faber Book of Gay Short Fiction
Edited by Edmund White. Contributors include Henry James and Armistead Maupin. The Selected Writings of Jean Genet
Excerpts from the works of Jean Genet. Edited by Edmund White, who also provides explanatory comments at the beginning of each excerpt. The Picture of Dorian Gray
by Oscar Wilde. Introduction by Edmund White.

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Edmund White. Edmund White was born on January 19, 1940 in Cincinnati, Ohio. His parents divorced when White was seven years old.
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Edmund White
Edmund White was born on January 19, 1940 in Cincinnati, Ohio. His parents divorced when White was seven years old. He moved with his mother and sister to Evanston. He has written of searching for books in the Evanston Public Library about homosexuality and found only Thomas Mann's Death in Venice and a biography of Nijinski. Neither book painted an attractive picture of life as a homosexual and did not ease his desperation as he tried to piece together his identity.
White was schooled at Cranbrook Academy and then studied at the University of Michigan (his major was Chinese). He moved to New York City and embarked on a five year relationship with another man. From 1962 - 1970, White worked for Time-Life Books. After a year in Rome, White came back to the U.S. and worked as an editor at The Saturday Review and Horizon . He and six other gay writers in New York formed the Violet Quill in the mid-1970's./ This group included Andrew Holleran, Robert Ferro, Felice Picano, George Whitmore, Christopher Cox, and Michael Grumley. The Violet Quill met in the apartments of its members where they read and offered critiques of each other's work. White has published several critically and commercially successful books: Forgetting Elena (1972) and Nocturnes for the King of Naples (1978) as well as two largely autobiographical novels A Boy's Own Story (1982) and The Beautiful Room is Empty (1988).
White moved to France from 1983 - 1990. Cox, Whitmore, Ferro and Grumley and many more of White's closest friends had all died from AIDS during the time White lived in France. White himself is HIV-positive.

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8. Dalkey Archive Press: An Interview With Edmund White
Edmund White Speaks with Edmund White. In 1994, when Edmund White was asked to do an interview for this issue, he decided instead to interview himself.
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In 1994, when Edmund White was asked to do an interview for this issue, he decided instead to interview himself. Q: Could you describe your early unpublished novels? A: But there are so many of them! When I was fifteen I wrote my first novel, prophetically about "coming out" and called "The Tower Window." It was all about a boy very much like me called Peter Cross (a bit of Christ imagery there, for I saw myself as a martyrstrange, since I hadn't read any of the pathetic gay literature of the period, in fact nothing gay except the life of Nijinsky by his wife). The story recounts how Peter falls for a handsome man he meets on the beachthe passage is described with elab-orate orchestral metaphors, the first "sounding" of the musical "themes"in my later writing (all ridiculously inept, according to Ned Rorem, who can't bear for amateurs to write about music). I was so swamped by my own thoughts and reflections when I started writing this novel that I decided on an absurd strategy to discipline the proliferation: my narrator would never have any access at all to Peter's thoughts and would have to divine them from his facial expressions, etc. This novel I wrote in a sustained fever as soon as I arrived at boarding school. I did my homework in the afternoons when other kids were playing sports, which gave me nothing to do during the two-hour evening study hall except work on my book. My mother, ever indulgent to my wished-for talent, had her typist type my nearly illegible mss. While at Cranbrook (my prep school) I wrote a second novel, "Mrs. Morrigan," for a senior honors thesis, a course I took with an eccentric we dubbed Mr. "Wombat." I quickly discovered that I wrote best when I had an audience to read out loud to soon after the completion of my latest, hottest pages. And they

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Online Resources Texts: Edmund White Texts: Queer Histories Texts: Authors Index ... Suggest a Name Names Index: A B C D ... Scholars Index A Boy's Own Story (Vintage International) by Edmund White An instant classic upon its original publication, A Boy's Own Story is the first of Edmund White's highly acclaimed trilogy of autobiographical novels that brilliantly evoke a young man's coming of age and document American gay life through the last forty years. The nameless narrator in this deeply affecting work reminisces about growing up in the 1950s with emotionally aloof, divorced parents, an unrelenting sister, and the schoolmates who taunt him. He finds consolation in literature and his fantastic imagination. Eager to cultivate intimate, enduring friendships, he becomes aware of his yearning to be loved by men, and struggles with the guilt and shame of accepting who he is. Written with lyrical delicacy and extraordinary power, A Boy's Own Story is a triumph.

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Edmund White The Married Man . Edmund White was born in Cincinnati in 1940 and has lived in France, Rome, and New York City, where he resides today.
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  • Edmund White "The Married Man" Edmund White was born in Cincinnati in 1940 and has lived in France, Rome, and New York City, where he resides today. He is an officer of the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres and teaches at Princeton University. Print story E-mail story Backflip this story to find it again His extensive writing career includes an autobiographical trilogy of novels, a collection of short stories, and a critically acclaimed biography of Jean Genet, and a travel book about gay America, "States of Desire." He is a cultural critic and co-author of "The Joy of Gay Sex: An Intimate Guide for Gay Men to the Pleasures of a Gay Life" with Dr. Charles Silverstein. In "The Married Man," (Knopf) Austin and Julien dash between bohemian suppers and sophisticated salons but when Julien develops AIDS their quest to save health and happiness pushes their love to its ultimate crisis. Hear Edmund White read from this poetic and moving work.

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    UAlbany's Uptown Campus The Married Man Edmund White rose to prominence in the gay community with the publication of The Joy of Gay Sex in 1977, followed by States of Desire: Travels in Gay America in 1980. But White established himself as one of the finest American writers in any genre with the publication of A Boy's Own Story (1982). "With A Boy's Own Story ", said The Washington Post , "American literature is larger by one classic novel." The San Francisco Chronicle said that the novel is so ambitious in its intention and so confident of its voice that it reminds us what a singular and potent thing a novel can be." The Married Man (2000), tells of a gay love affair between a middle-aged American and a younger Frenchman in the Age of AIDS. "Written with characteristic brilliance and the particular flair for poetic detail that so distinguishes his books, Edmund White's new novel is arguably his best to date," said the London Times The Beautiful Room is Empty (1988) and The Farewell Symphony (1997), both sequels to

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