The Penguin book of lesbian short stories
Viking, Jan 14, 1994 - Fiction - 429 pages
A collection of fiction by and about lesbians features an introduction that contrasts the feminist polemic of Virginia Woolf with the liberated creativity of Gertrude Stein and stories by Kathy Acker, Emma Donoghue, and Jeanette Winterson. 10,000 first printing. $15,000 ad/promo.
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I tried to feel as the boy felt. Naturally as I put on the suit I felt I was putting on a
costume of strength. It made me feel sure, as the boy was, confident, impudent.
The mere fact of putting my hands in the pockets made me feel arrogant. I thought
made me feel arrogant. I thought then that to be a boy meant one did not suffer.
That it was being a girl that was responsible for the suffering. Later I felt the same
way. I thought man had found a way out of suffering by objectivity. What the man
Simply gradually her illusion of freedom made her feel she would one day enjoy
the real thing. Gillian would not leave him for anyone else. It would be unfair to
involve a third party in divorce. Therefore, whenever a third party became at all ...
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In the last half-dozen years, collections of lesbian plays, coming-out stories, mysteries, and poetry have been published, mostly by small presses. Now, The Penguin Book of Lesbian Short Stories ... Read full review
SARAH ORNE JEWETT Marthas Lady 1897
RENEE VIVIEN Prince Charming 1904 translated
The Wise Sappho c 191618
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