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‘The Late Americans’: An exploration of gender identity, love and friendship

By France24
21 January 2024   |   12:11 pm
A booker prize nominated author has told FRANCE 24 that he wakes up every day grateful that he’s able to reflect on his own life in his work. Brandon Taylor was born into a small, Baptist, conservative community in Alabama, where he felt he never fitted in as a gay person. His books, semi-autobiographical, are full of identity politics.

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