7 edition of Take the young stranger by the hand found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -254) and index.
|Statement||John Donald Gustav-Wrathall.|
|Series||The Chicago series on sexuality, history, and society|
|LC Classifications||BV1090 .G88 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 267 p. :|
|Number of Pages||267|
|LC Control Number||98009904|
In The Young Stranger, written by Robert Dozier, James MacArthur plays Hal, the sixteen year-old son of Tom Ditmar (James Daly), a famous movie producer. Tom continually chastises Hal for his semi-surly attitude and youthful rebellion. One night at a movie theater, Hal . Heartfelt and effective, Frankenheimers already sure hand at the helm and the talent that star MacArthur shared with his illustrious mother Helen Hayes buoyThe Young Stranger above the common ground of s delinquency dramas. **Please be aware that this is a manufactured on demand disc that was created using a DVD-R disc.
John Donald Gustav-Wrathall (left) with partner Göran. By Hugo Salinas April At the Portland conference I had the pleasure of meeting John Donald Gustav-Wrathall, a gay Mormon man from Minneapolis who almost ten years ago wrote Take the Young Stranger by the Hand: Same-Sex Relations and the YMCA (Chicago & London: The University of Chicago Press, ). The book series The Chicago Series on Sexuality, History, and Society published or distributed by the University of Chicago Press. Book Series: The Chicago Series on Sexuality, History, and Society All Chicago e-books are on sale at 30% off with the code EBOOK
The Young Stranger. 84 minutes. Drama. 5. Add to Wishlist. $ Rent SD. $ Buy SD. Before he gained his fame directing cinematic masterpieces like The Manchurian Candidate and Seven Days in May, John Frankenheimer made his feature film debut with this sensitive father-son drama about troubled youth. When clean-cut Hal Ditmar (Hawaii. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Beware the Young Stranger. Beware the Young Stranger - Ebook written by Ellery Queen. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices/5(2).
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Take the Young Stranger by the Hand presents the YMCA as an institution of profound contradictions, reflective of society's views of same-sex love and sexuality.
"Gustav-Wrathall's book offers an in-depth history of the origins and purposes of the Young Men's Christian Association and how it evolved into—and out of—a gay playland."—Arnie Kantrowitz, Lambda Book Report/5(3). Take the Young Stranger by the Hand presents the YMCA as an institution of profound contradictions, reflective of society's views of same-sex love and sexuality/5.
Take the Young Stranger by the Hand presents the YMCA as an institution of profound contradictions, reflective of society's views of same-sex love and sexuality. "Gustav-Wrathall's book offers an 3/5(1).
Take the Young Stranger by the Hand presents the YMCA as an institution of profound contradictions, reflective of society’s views of same-sex love and sexuality.
"Gustav-Wrathall’s book offers an in-depth history of the origins and purposes of the Young Men’s Christian Association and how it evolved into—and out of—a gay playland."—Arnie Kantrowitz, Lambda Book Report.
Take the Young Stranger by the Hand: Same-Sex Relations and the YMCA John Donald Gustav-Wrathall, Author, Gustav-Wrathall, Author, Wrathall, Author University of. For all of its many strengths, the argument of Take the Young Stranger By the Hand is nonetheless compromised by other weaknesses.
Most importantly, this book examines the history of an organization with religious foundations, but it pays little attention. John Donald Gustav-Wrathall's study of same-sex relations and the YMCA, Take the Young Stranger by the Hand, is a very focused study taking the reader from the origins of the YMCA, with its plethora of bachelor secretaries and intense friendships through the early decades of the twentienth century and its fear of deviancy and into the cruising of later decades/5(3).
Pris: kr. Inbunden, Tillfälligt slut. Bevaka Take the Young Stranger by the Hand så får du ett mejl när boken går att köpa igen. He has had his work appear in numerous publications, and has just had a fascinating book published called Take the Young Stranger by the Hand: Same-Sex Relations and the YMCA.
You can check out more of his work at his blog: And you can come to Patrick’s Cabaret tonight and tomorrow. Be there or be amorphous. The Young Stranger () When a year-old, neglected by his movie producer father, gets in trouble, his father doesn't believe his claim of self-defense/10().
Pris: kr. Häftad, Skickas inom vardagar. Köp Take the Young Stranger by the Hand av John Donald Gustav-Wrathall på The Young Stranger is a low-budget drama film, the directorial debut of John Frankenheimer. Starring Academy Award winning actress Kim Hunter and James MacArthur, it was based on the teleplay Deal a Blow by Robert by: Leonard Rosenman.
Heartfelt and effective, Frankenheimer's already sure hand at the helm and the talent that star MacArthur shared with his illustrious mother Helen Hayes buoy The Young Stranger. John Donald Gustav-Wrathall is the author of Take the Young Stranger by the Hand ( avg rating, 15 ratings, 2 reviews, published ) and Why Theolog /5.
Get this from a library. Take the young stranger by the hand: same-sex relations and the YMCA. [John Donald Gustav-Wrathall] -- Gustav-Wrathall traces the history of the YMCA, focusing on its nineteenth-century origins in supporting intense male friendships and "an alternative to mainstream patterns of heterosexual marriage.
The object was to “take the young stranger by the hand” and provide the bonds of Christian fellowship. This intimacy included a great deal of attention given to the male body. The physical culture movement encouraged men and boys to study the bodies of other men for models of musculature and physical development.
'I'll get a job somewhere,' the stranger said. 'Perhaps in Lidney. ' Then one of the villagers told him about old Mr Smiths house. Mr Smith had died in the.
summer. His house was empty. It was for sale. The house was on the corner of Main Street and 'I'll ask about the house tomorrow,' said the young man 'Perhaps I'll be lucky. Goodbye. Take the Young Stranger by the Hand is a sober, meticulously researched look at how a group of well-meaning Christians managed to create an incubator for gay society that will be best appreciated.
Take the Young Stranger by the Hand elicits a rich trove of evidence for historians of sexuality and gender, but the study is ultimately more a traditional (albeit lucid and accessible) social history than a history of sexuality.
More attention to work in gay history and queer theory would have enriched the engaging story Gustav-Wrathall tells. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Take the Young Stranger by the Hand: Same-Sex Relations and the YMCA.
(The Chicago Series on Sexuality, History, and Society.) Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Pp. xiv, $ Susan K. Cahn. in The American Historical Review. Published on behalf of The American Historical Association.John Frankenheimer made his big screen directorial debut in this modestly budgeted film about a growing distance between father and son, hence the title The Young Stranger.
Playing the title role was young James MacArthur as the rich, but troubled teen. MacArthur is a high spirited kid no one bad really just a bit rough around the edges.The main character is suddenly summoned to another the one who shows up next is a malicious and scheming or die.
I’ll try to rise in this world and live on by any means! It’s the story of such a hero. Comedy and serious scenes? I’m the type that won’t let his guard down even when my magical powers are at a cheat level, I take my medicine while scheming.