- Title Pages
- Notes on contributors
- Introduction: a dialogue on influence
- 1 Abjuring innocence: Hollinghurst’s poetry
- 2 The touch of reading in Hollinghurst’s early prose
- 3 Poetry, parody, porn and prose
- 4 Race, empire and <i>The Swimming-Pool Library</i>
- 5 <i>The Stranger’s Child</i> and <i>The Aspern Papers</i>: queering origin stories and questioning the visitable past
- 6 Ostentatiously discreet: bisexual camp in <i>The Stranger’s Child</i>
- 7 Hollow auguries: eccentric genealogies in <i>The Folding Star</i> and <i>The Spell</i>
- 8 Some properties of fiction: value and fantasy in Hollinghurst’s house of fiction
- 9 Cinema in the library
- 10 Using Racine in 1990; or, translating theatre in time
- 11 ‘Who are you? What the fuck are you doing here?’: queer debates and contemporary connections
- 12 What can I say?: secrets in fiction and biography
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