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For the Pleasure of His Company

Author: Charles Warren Stoddard

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For the Pleasure of His Company: An Affair of the Misty City (1903) is a novel by Charles Warren Stoddard. Published toward the end of Stoddard’s career as a poet and travel writer whose friends included Mark Twain and Ambrose Bierce, For the Pleasure of His Company: An Affair of the Misty City is a pioneering novel that explores the ambitions of a young artist while illuminating the struggles of gay men in a society that failed to accept them as equals. At 25 years of age, Paul Clitheroe is “master of himself, but slave to fortune.” A struggling writer, he lives a life of ennui and excess, looking for love and success without being sure of the shape of either. In the Misty City, he has begun making a name for himself among local editors and readers, finally finding publication for his work. Despite this modest success, he remains unsatisfied, unsure of himself, and increasingly restless. Are his mixed feelings merely a symptom of his poetic outlook, or something else altogether? When the debonair Foxlair invites Paul to join him on a voyage to the South Seas, a land of promise where gay men can live without fear of reprisal, he wonders if there is a place for him after all. With a beautifully designed cover and professionally typeset manuscript, this edition of Charles Warren Stoddard’s For the Pleasure of His Company: An Affair of the Misty City is a classic work of American literature reimagined for modern readers. show more

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Weight 181.44 g
Author

Charles Warren Stoddard

Publisher

Graphic Arts Books

Binding

Paperback / softback

ISBN-10

1513295373

Dimensions

203 x 127

Language

English

Country of Pub

United States

Book Condition

New

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