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* '''Conversed''': [[InUniverse Characters in ''Love and the Sea'' frequently comment on the closeness of Arturo and Bruno]].

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* '''Conversed''': [[InUniverse Characters in ''Love and the Sea'' [[InUniverse frequently comment on the closeness of Arturo and Bruno]].


* '''Straight''': [[MostWritersAreWriters Jeremy]] writes the historical novel [[WoodenShipsAndIronMen ''Love and the Sea'']] to include [[HomoeroticSubtext a very deep bond between the characters]] [[ThoseTwoGuys Arturo and Bruno]].

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* '''Straight''': [[MostWritersAreWriters Jeremy]] writes the historical novel [[WoodenShipsAndIronMen ''Love ''[[WoodenShipsAndIronMen Love and the Sea'']] Sea]]'' to include [[HomoeroticSubtext a very deep bond between the characters]] [[ThoseTwoGuys Arturo and Bruno]].


* '''Reconstructed''': Jeremy's writing [[VindicatedByHistory eventually]] becomes lauded [[{{Applicability}} for the use of ambiguity in its portrayal of human relationships]], as well as the notion that people may not be [[BiTheWay "all one" or "all another" sexual orientation]].

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* '''Reconstructed''': Jeremy's writing [[VindicatedByHistory eventually]] becomes lauded [[{{Applicability}} for the use of ambiguity in its portrayal of human relationships]], as well as the notion that people may not be [[BiTheWay "all one" or "all another" sexual orientation]].orientation.


* '''Discussed''': Jeremy heads an author's symposium on gay characters in fiction, where Arturo and Bruno are mentioned.

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* '''Discussed''': Jeremy heads an author's a symposium on gay characters in fiction, where Arturo and Bruno are mentioned.


** Jeremy's work is [[{{Bowdlerize}} censored in some markets]] for its "obscenely erotic" content: [[CensorDecoy the scene in which the main character and his love interest finally get busy]].

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** * '''Double Subverted''': Jeremy's work is [[{{Bowdlerize}} censored in some markets]] for its "obscenely erotic" content: [[CensorDecoy the scene in which the main character and his love interest finally get busy]].


* '''Averted''': Arturo and Bruno aren't gay, just[[CampStraight flamboyant]].

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* '''Averted''': Arturo and Bruno aren't gay, just[[CampStraight just [[CampStraight flamboyant]].


* '''Invoked''': Jeremy rewrites Arturo and Bruno to be closeted gay men after his [[DaEditor openly gay editor]] positively comments on the seeming relationship between the two.

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* '''Invoked''': Jeremy rewrites Arturo and Bruno to be closeted gay men after his [[DaEditor openly gay editor]] editor positively comments on the seeming relationship between the two.


* '''Played for Laughs''': Arturo and Bruno provide the novel's only gay jokes.

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* '''Played for Laughs''': Arturo and Bruno provide the novel's only gay jokes.


* '''Played for Drama''': Arturo and Bruno provide the novel's pathos [[BuryYourGays with their demise]].

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* '''Played for Drama''': Arturo and Bruno provide part of the novel's pathos [[BuryYourGays with through their demise]].


* '''Averted''': Arturo and Bruno aren't gay, [[CampStraight just flamboyant]].

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* '''Averted''': Arturo and Bruno aren't gay, [[CampStraight just just[[CampStraight flamboyant]].


** Jeremy's work is [[{{Bowdlerize}} censored in some markets]] for its "obscenely erotic" content: [[CensorDecoy the scene in which the main character and his [[LoveInterest love interest]] finally get busy]].

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** Jeremy's work is [[{{Bowdlerize}} censored in some markets]] for its "obscenely erotic" content: [[CensorDecoy the scene in which the main character and his [[LoveInterest love interest]] interest finally get busy]].



* '''Exploited''': Jeremy wants a gay audience for his readership, and [[Queerbaiting uses the Arturo and Bruno angle to draw them in]].

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* '''Exploited''': Jeremy wants a gay audience for his readership, and [[Queerbaiting uses the Arturo and Bruno angle to draw them in]].in.


** Jeremy's work is [[{{Bowdlerize}} censored in some markets]] for its "obscenely erotic" content: [[CensorDecoy the scene in which the main character and his [[LoveIntrest love interest]] finally get busy.

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** Jeremy's work is [[{{Bowdlerize}} censored in some markets]] for its "obscenely erotic" content: [[CensorDecoy the scene in which the main character and his [[LoveIntrest [[LoveInterest love interest]] finally get busy.busy]].


** Jeremy's work is [[{{Bowdlerize}} censored in some markets]] for its "obscenely erotic" content: [[CensorDecoy the scene in which the main character and his [[LoveIntrest love interest]] finally get busy]].

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** Jeremy's work is [[{{Bowdlerize}} censored in some markets]] for its "obscenely erotic" content: [[CensorDecoy the scene in which the main character and his [[LoveIntrest love interest]] finally get busy]].busy.


** Jeremy's work is [[Bowdlerize censored in some markets]] for its "obscenely erotic" content: [[CensorDecoy the scene in which the main character and his LoveIntrest finally get busy]].

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** Jeremy's work is [[Bowdlerize [[{{Bowdlerize}} censored in some markets]] for its "obscenely erotic" content: [[CensorDecoy the scene in which the main character and his LoveIntrest [[LoveIntrest love interest]] finally get busy]].


* '''Subverted''': The [[HomoeroticSubtext gay themes]] between Arturo and Bruno [[RelationshipWritingFumble were unintentional on Jeremy's part]], instead [[RainbowLens being introduced into their relationship]] [[DeathOfTheAuthor by fans and critics]].

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* '''Subverted''': The [[HomoeroticSubtext gay themes]] themes between Arturo and Bruno [[RelationshipWritingFumble were unintentional on Jeremy's part]], instead [[RainbowLens being introduced into their relationship]] [[DeathOfTheAuthor by fans and critics]].

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