These are the sources and citations used to research sexuality in Brittens operas. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on
In-text: (Brett, Doctor, Haggerty and McClary, 2006)
Your Bibliography: Brett, P., Doctor, J., Haggerty, G. and McClary, S., 2006. Music and Sexuality in Britten. CA: University of California Press.
In-text: (Britten, James, Piper and Holst, 1955)
Your Bibliography: Britten, B., James, H., Piper, M. and Holst, I., 1955. The turn of the screw. London [etc.]: Hawkes.
In-text: (Bullion, 2010)
Your Bibliography: Bullion, L., 2010. Shakespeare and Homoeroticism: A Study of Cross-dressing, Society, and Film. Colby College.
In-text: (HINDLEY, 1990)
Your Bibliography: HINDLEY, C., 1990. CONTEMPLATION AND REALITY: A STUDY IN BRITTEN'S ‘DEATH IN VENICE’. Music and Letters, 71(4), pp.511-523.
In-text: (Mitchell, 1987)
Your Bibliography: Mitchell, D., 1987. Benjamin Britten, Death in Venice. Cambridge [Cambridgeshire]: Cambridge University Press.
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