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Bertram Cope's Year

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Download 02 - Cope Makes A Sunday Afternoon Call audio
Download 03 - Cope Is Entertained audio
Download 04 - Cope Is Considered audio
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Download 06 - Cope Dines--And Tells About It audio
Download 07 - Cope Under Scrutiny audio
Download 08 - Cope Undertakes An Excursion audio
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Download 10 - Cope At His House Party audio
Download 11 - Cope Enlivens The Country audio
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Download 13 - Cope Dines Again--And Stays After audio
Download 14 - Cope Makes An Evasion audio
Download 15 - Cope Entertains Several Ladies audio
Download 16 - Cope Goes A-Sailing audio
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Download 18 - Cope At The Call Of Duty audio
Download 19 - Cope Finds Himself Committed audio
Download 20 - Cope Has A Distressful Christmas audio
Download 21 - Cope, Safeguarded, Calls Again audio
Download 22 - Cope Shall Be Rescued audio
Download 23 - Cope Regains His Freedom audio
Download 24 - Cope In Danger Anew audio
Download 25 - Cope In Double Danger audio
Download 26 - Cope As A Go-Between audio
Download 27 - Cope Escapes A Snare audio
Download 28 - Cope Absent From A Wedding audio
Download 29 - Cope Again In The Country audio
Download 30 - Cope As A Hero audio
Download 31 - Cope Gets New Light On His Chum audio
Download 32 - Cope Takes His Degree audio
Download 33 - Cope In A Final View audio
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This novel was perhaps the most daring and affirmative LGBT literature of the first two decades of the 20th century in America. In this story, Bertram Cope is a young college instructor, about twenty-four years old ("certainly not a day over twenty-five"), who is pursued by men and women, both younger and older than himself. In writing this novel, Fuller had to carefuly craft his plot schemes so as not to offend the sensibilities of publishers. As a result, today's reader is left somewhat, but not entirely, confused about the precise feelings that characters develop for one another by the end of the book. Nevertheless, no publishing house would touch it, which ultimately required that Fuller go the self-publishing route.

Bertram Cope's Year was the first novel by an established American writer that dealt exclusively with the subject of homosexuality. Although it did not achieve the notariety it deserved at the time, it set the tone for the increasingly open discussion of gay themes in literary form. (Introduction by James K. White)

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