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  • CRISPERANTO.org: Scarves, scarves, scarves!
    Site Copyright 1999 2007 by the Quentin Crisp Archives All rights reserved

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  • CRISPERANTO.org: Denise Pratt-Renner
    I am the poorer for it I think of him as a very courageous and admirable person Being true to himself in the Great Britain of the 1920s and 1930s cannot have been easy It is good to know that he was able to fulfill his lifelong desire to live in the United States and especially New York where he found happiness recognition and many true friends Copyright 2000 by

    Original URL path: http://www.crisperanto.org/memories/Mem5/denise.html (2016-02-12)
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  • CRISPERANTO.org: Elaine Goycoolea
    to preparing me for him My aunt said Well if you are coming on the 11 45 train you will probably be traveling with Denis his real name I asked But how will I know him She replied Don t worry dear you certainly can t miss him How right she was There was Quentin dyed blue hair barefooted rings on his toes and a scarf twirling in the wind

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  • CRISPERANTO.org: Frances Ramsay
    providing I don t have to go outside He kept us entertained with tales of his life in London his visits were the highlights of the year One day he arrived with his hair dyed purple Meeting my father a parson as he alighted from the train he announced You see I have changed from the festive season to Lent I saw him quite frequently in the 50s and 60s

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  • CRISPERANTO.org: Larry Ashmead
    was in top form as usual But Quentin always excelled during the impromptu question and answer sessions On this occasion a woman of a certain age and a rather superior air raised her hand and asked Mr Crisp do you believe in reincarnation Quentin quickly responded No I don t do you Yes I m sure I will be reincarnated Quentin raised one of his beautiful eyebrows And whom shall

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  • CRISPERANTO.org: James Adler
    me to set this to music for Miss Rita Hunter April 1989 Sazerac House dinner with Mr Crisp and my mother He handed me his poem The Wounded to set June 1995 Dinner in Brooklyn Mr Crisp and friends listened to a demo recording of my setting of his poems He remarked this was splendid April 1996 Atlanta Gay Men s Chorus premiered Memento mori An AIDS Requiem Now I

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  • CRISPERANTO.org: Michael Musto
    John and alive before George Michael was the British wit raconteur pansy par excellence A dear man with pinched features and the look of Erté playing Lady Bracknell the charismatic author and actor was a veritable Pez dispenser of aphorisms which you could count on him to emit with a seemingly superhuman élan Originally published in the Village Voice December 7 1999 Copyright 2000 by Michael Musto and Estate of

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  • CRISPERANTO.org: Bette Bourne
    with him on well many things but I loved being with him He got me going and I always wanted to see him everytime I was in the City For me he was a real fairy He was out publicly as an effeminate homosexual in the 20s the 30s the 40s the 50s the 60s the 70s the 80s and there he was again in the 90s Ninety and still

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