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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In the changes of a diplomatic life Martha followed her lady all about the map.
Sometimes the button was at Paris, and sometimes at Madrid; once, to her great
anxiety, it remained long at St Petersburg. For such a slow scholar Martha was
One was called Lady Buck- and-Balk, and the other plain Tilly-Tweed- In- Blood.
Lady Buck-and-Balk sported a Monocle and believed in Spirits. Tilly-Tweed-In-
BIood sported a Stetson, and believed in Marriage. They came to the Temple of ...
... in the Wistful, lost Voice of those with a Trade too tender for Oblivion, "Women
are a little this side of Contemplation, their Love has the Poignancy of all lost
Tension. Men LULLABT A LADY'S LADY ten tin* krij lit «J« Jl LADIES
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SARAH ORNE JEWETT Marthas Lady 1897
RENEE VIVIEN Prince Charming 1904 translated
The Wise Sappho c 191618
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