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Thu Oct 16 17:50:08 2014 UTClccn-n500210260.00An immaculate mistake0.320.79Censoring sexuality : Poulenc's priest /110028397Paul_Baileyn 5002102656453Bailey, Paul 1937 (Feb. 16)-Bailey, PeterBailey, Peter Harry.Bailey Peter Harry 1937-....lccn-n78087607Dickens, Charles1812-1870lccn-n50027962Jacob, Naomi Ellington1889-1964lccn-n82092002Marshall, Arthurlccn-n83142542Payne, Cynthia1932-lccn-nb2001078820Barnes, Fred1885-1938lccn-n50047446Ross, Alan1922-2001np-barnes, fredBarnes, Fredlccn-n50009260Taylor, Elizabeth(1912-1975)np-hartley, susanHartley, Susanviaf-34601227Lamoine, SylvianetrlBailey, Paul1937-FictionJuvenile worksPsychological fictionHistoryBiographyDomestic fictionBildungsromansAnecdotesAutobiographical fictionYoung adult worksEnglandYoung menOrphansChild laborStepfathersBoysManners and customsEngland--LondonGreat BritainNovelists, EnglishSocial historyEnglish fictionNovelistsDavid Copperfield (Dickens, Charles)Gay menBailey, Paul,RomaniansHospital patientsEuropeTravelEnglish literatureReminiscing in old ageSingersOlder menFailure (Psychology)UnclesRefugeesDogsAdult childrenMentally illAutobiographical memoryDog ownersWorld War (1914-1918)VeteransAutobiographical fictionRecitationsAuthors, EnglishUnited StatesMarshall, ArthurProstitutesJacob, Naomi Ellington,Tenors (Singers)France--ParisMan-woman relationshipsPoliceBildungsromansPayne, Cynthia,CensorshipHomosexuality--Law and legislationGay rights19371967196919701972197319741977197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042006200720082011201220132014643481264823.8PR4558ocn467541971ocn463695102ocn810595647ocn461783329ocn4688137826358ocn745428721book20110.19Bailey, PaulChapman's odysseyFictionPsychological fictionEnduring a hallucinatory, heavily medicated existence while recovering in the hospital, Harry Chapman imagines he sees famous real and fictional characters intermingling with people from his own life while his story gradually unfolds+-+92966335963246289ocn053059223book20020.22Bailey, PaulUncle RudolfFictionPsychological fiction"Seventy-year-old Andre reflects back on his life, beginning with his Jewish childhood in Romania on the eve of World War II. Andre's father, in a desperate effort to save him from the coming holocaust, hands him over to his captivating uncle Rudolf, an internationally famous singer of popular operettas. Rudolf is a sublimely gifted lyric tenor, a dashing leading man who is the object of many women's affections-but also an artist who lives in the shadow of his own unachieved potential as an opera star. Rudolf takes the boy to back to London, renames him Andrew, turns all his attention and sardonic humor upon him, and gradually sculpts him into a gentleman. Vivid, often lighthearted scenes of Andrew's worldly life with Rudolf are intertwined with the unfolding secrets of his forgotten past as Andre, which have shadowed his otherwise happy life. Uncle Rudolf reveals the emotions of a man whose achievement falls short of his brilliant promise. It is a wise, knowing, elegant story about the sacrifices we make for those we love"--Publisher's description+-+598368768558425ocn015284289book19860.25Bailey, PaulGabriel's lamentFictionDomestic fictionBefore his father, Oswald, inherited the money, Gabriel Harvey was a happy enough child. Though missing his beloved mother, Amy, when she went off to work in her "secret place," he was beguiled by his father's tall tales and absurdly embellished memories of a deprived childhood, recounted in the gaslit kitchen of their terraced house in a poor part of London. Even the regulars at the Prodigal's Return noted how the switch from beer to whiskey had transformed Oswald from wag to philosopher. For Gabriel, the windfall marked an ominous change in his father's character+-+533075203632453415ocn043324278book19980.23Bailey, PaulKitty & VirgilFictionThe love story of Kitty Crozier and Virgil Florescu, "a dissident poet who swam the Danube to escape Ceaus╠žescu's Romania to live in London."--Jacket+-+85652103065009ocn032086519book19950.37The Oxford book of London+-+274696746532430421ocn002903054book19670.35Bailey, PaulAt the JerusalemFiction+-+81876029253242972ocn041834172book19990.19Dickens, CharlesDavid copperfieldHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksFictionPictorial worksAutobiographical fictionBildungsromansYoung adult worksThe chronicle of a young boy growing up in 19th century London+-+789556746528613ocn000097940book19700.50Bailey, PaulTrespassesFictionPsychological fictionThe family, marital, and personal history of Ralph Hicks.--From publisher description25922ocn006192119book19800.53Bailey, PaulOld soldiersFictionThe story of Victor Harker who moves to London after his wife's death and his new friend Captain Harold Standish, a man of many disguises+-+31107520363241887ocn003093533book19770.63Bailey, PaulPeter Smart's confessionsFiction+-+021075203632418112ocn028481923book19930.47Bailey, PaulSugar caneRoman om en kvindelig læges korte, men intensive venskabsrelation med Sugar Cane, en prostitueret ung mand+-+87076029253241535ocn044934006book20000.37Bailey, PaulThree queer lives : an alternative biography of Fred Barnes, Naomi Jacob and Arthur MarshallHistoryBiographyIn this book, Bailey vividly describes gay life when it was still illegal, and how he became fascinated by these three characters, Fred Barnes, Naomi Jacob and Arthur Marshall, all gay in more senses than one+-+40098669753241425ocn868079907book20140.23Bailey, PaulThe prince's boyFictionEen 19-jarige Roemeense jongen, die in 1927 door zijn vader naar Parijs wordt gestuurd om er een bohe╠ümienachtig bestaan te leiden en schrijver te worden, ontdekt de homoseksualiteit en de boeken van Marcel Proust1356ocn000869892book19730.70Bailey, PaulA distant likenessFiction1274ocn009209598book19820.31Bailey, PaulAn English madam : the life and work of Cynthia PayneBiography1231ocn154690937book20070.79Bailey, PaulCensoring sexuality : Poulenc's priestHistory+-+81077905461212ocn016615111book19820.23Bailey, PaulMastering office practice842ocn001227362book19740.47Ross, AlanLiving in LondonBiography651ocn012451444book19840.18Bailey, PaulMastering typewriting skills545ocn043196741book19970.21First love+-+25026370253243205ocn024380550book19900.31Bailey, PaulAn immaculate mistake : scenes from childhood and beyondBiographyAn autobiographical memoir, set for the most part in London in the 1940s and 50s, by the author of "At the Jerusalem", "Trespasses" and "An English Madam: The Life and Work of Cynthia Payne"+-+55815029253242314ocn052782962book20030.24Bailey, PaulA dog's lifeBiographyAnecdotes+-+66579669753241193ocn056596290rcrd20040.10Bailey, PaulA dog's lifeBiographyAnecdotesThis memoir tells the 16 years Paul Bailey spend in his dog Circe's company, while also offering portraits of friends and acquaintances, living and dead32ocn221088119visu19890.47Paul Bailey with Margaret WaltersInterviewsPaul Bailey, one of the most highly acclaimed of Britain's younger novelists talk to Margaret Walters about differences between writing plays and novels, writing about old people, homosexuality in 20th century literature21ocn643885010book19830.31British novelists since 1960Bio-bibliographyBiography DictionariesDictionariesBio-bibliography DictionariesContains biographical sketches of representative British novelists whose work began to appear roughly around 196021ocn221042793rcrd1993Bailey, PaulAn immaculate mistakeBiography11ocn780415403visu19870.47Bailey, PaulPaul Bailey with Margaret WaltersInterviewsPaul Bailey, one of the most highly acclaimed of Britain's younger novelists talk to Margaret Walters about differences between writing plays and novels, writing about old people, homosexuality in 20th century literature11ocn811625508book0.10Contemporary authors. a bio-bibliographical guide to current writers in fiction, general nonfiction, poetry, journalism, drama, motion pictures, television, and other fieldsBio-bibliography+-+2746967465324+-+2746967465324Thu Oct 16 15:40:01 EDT 2014batch21210