Passions between women: British lesbian culture, 1668-1801

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Scarlet Press, 1993 - History - 314 pages
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Three stars not really for faults of Emma Donoghue, I guess. I enjoyed it, but not nearly as much as Faderman's book (although Donoghue's, which was published 12 years later, makes some interesting ... Read full review

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About the author (1993)

Emma Donoghue has made a name for herself overseas as the host of a literary talk show on Irish TV, and is an established playwright whose work has been performed in Dublin and Cambridge. She is the editor of "Poems Between Women: Four Centuries of Love, Romantic Friendship and Desire, " and the author of novels "Hood" and "Stir-Fry." She currently lives in Cambridge, England.

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