Descrição do produto
Set in the American Civil War south, Unmentionables tells the intertwining stories of two couples, Jimmy and Cato, who are gay, black, and enslaved, and Dorothy and William, who are straight, white, and wealthy.The turmoil preceding the war turns the lives of white planters and their slaves upside down. Abolitionist Dorothy falls in love with Confederate officer William. While William's half brother, Cato, who is a slave and half-white, is attracted to the fiercely anti-white field hand Jimmy.Winner 2010 Book of the Year award for Gay fiction
Sobre o Autor
David Greene's creative life has evolved from film to photography to writing. He wrote and directed the film, Pamela and Ian, in which the characters grapple with the fact that they are shadows of light and that the film must end. His collection of photographs was exhibited in galleries in Berkeley, San Francisco, Chicago, New York, and Zurich. David is the spouse of painter James Stephens.