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  • curprev 01:2301:23, 10 February 2023Prue talk contribs 3,960 bytes +3,960 Created page with "'''André Gide''' (1869 – 1951) was a famous French novelist who authored ''The Immoralist'', as well as an early defence of same-sex love and eroticism (including pederasty) in ''Corydon'', receiving the Nobel Prize in Literature. In his journal, Gide distinguishes between adult-attracted “sodomites” and boy-loving “pederasts”, categorizing himself as the latter (Gide, 1948)<ref>Gide A. (1948). O’Brien J., translator. The Journals Of André Gide, Vol II 19..."