Fever Vision: The Life and Works of Coleman Dowell

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From his birth in rural Kentucky during the Great Depression to his suicide in Manhattan in 1985, Coleman Dowell played many roles. He was a songwriter and lyricist for television. He was a model. He was a Broadway playwright. He served in the U.S. Army, both abroad and at home. And most notably, he was the author of novels that Edmund White, among others, has called "masterpieces." But Dowell was deeply troubled by a depression that hung over him his entire life. Pegged as both a Southern writer and a gay writer, he ...

Fever Vision: The Life and Works of Coleman Dowell 2007, Dalkey Archive Press, New York

ISBN-13: 9781564784575

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