Henry B. Fuller (1857-1929), an American novelist and short story writer, was considered one of the important novelists of Chicago's early years. The scion of one of Chicago's early settler families, he found the increasingly industrial and multicultural nature of the city off-putting. His finest achievement is Bertram Cope's Year (1919), a subtle novel about homosexuals in Chicago and a love affair between Cope and Arthur Lemoyne, which ends with Cope turning heterosexual.
Henry B. Fuller Books provides the works of Henry B. Fuller as listed below:
Bertram Cope's Year
On the Stairs
With the Procession
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