Just a quick post; I’ve got several longer archaeology posts to get up this afternoon, but this carries on from my last entry. I was searching through the Penguin Classics website last night when I came across the book shown above. It caught my eye as the cover is so bright and simple compared with any of the usual Penguin Classics (not Modern Classics) covers, and because it actually sounds like an interesting read. However, it turns out that the book- Merle Miller’s ‘On Being Different: What it Means to Be a Homosexual’ was first published in 1971. Surely it should be a Modern Classic?