The Tradition Of Female Cross-Dressing In Early Modern Europe

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In 17th and 18th century Europe, especially in Holland, England and Germany, so many women chose to dress and live as men, that an underground tradition of female cross-dressing within the popular culture can be detected.
 

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Easy read, well formatted and presented. Sometimes comes off a bit 'politicized' at times but has good information on this phenomenon. Read full review

Contents

2 Women Who Lived as Men
5
3 Motives and Tradition
25
4 Sexuality
47
5 Condemnation and Praise
73
6 Some Conclusions
99
Appendix
104
Notes
113
Index
126
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