Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, a play by Tennessee Williams first performed in 1955, also concerns a character, Brick, who is plagued by self-deception of a sexual nature.
The Male Experience, a nonfiction book published by James A. Doyle in 1983, explores male psychology, focusing on their sexuality and masculinity.
"The Night of the Iguana," in One Arm, and Other Stories, is a short story by Tennessee Williams published in 1948. The play is based on this story, though many of the elements are very different.
The American Expatriate: No Land's Man, a nonfiction book published by John Fowles in 1964, discusses Americans living and working in foreign countries, including Mexico.
Our Lady of Babylon, a novel published by John Rechy in 1996, explores relationships between the sexes, women's sexual behavior, and sex roles in history.