21.5cm x 14cm. 154 pages. Illustrated wrappers.
The gay hustler fiction of Samuel M. Steward (1909-1993) written and narrated by his pseudonym Phil Andros. An academic at one period of his life during which he mixed with the likes of Alfred Douglas, Andre Gide, Thomas Mann, Thornton Wilder, Gertrude Stein, and Alice B. Toklas, Steward later became a tattoo artist using the name Phil Sparrow. Through this he became an unofficial collaborator with Dr. Alfred Kinsey, advising on the sexual motivations for tattooing. Revised edition of When in Rome, Do . Cover illustration by Tom of Finland.
Moderate shelf wear. Minor foxing to wrappers and edges. Previous owner’s name. Good Condition.
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