Homosexuality and literature -- Spain. Publishers and publishing -- Spain -- Madrid -- History. Books and reading -- Spain -- Madrid -- History -- 20th century. Books and reading -- Spain -- Madrid -- History -- 21st century. Geographical perception -- Spain -- Madrid. Summary An exploration of queer Madrid's physical and symbolic literary culture. Notes Formerly CIP.
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