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Christopher Bram's narrative history proves its subtitle claim: Gay writers have indeed changed our country and our literary scene. Bram pays due tribute to Hart Crane, Thornton Wilder, and other homosexual poets and playwrights who laid the groundwork; but his profiles focus on more recent gay authors, most notably Tennessee Williams, Truman Capote, Gore Vidal, James Baldwin, Edward Albee, James Merrill, Allen Ginsberg, Tony Kushner, and Edmund White. An appreciative look at vanguard gay writers.