Chloe plus Olivia: an anthology of lesbian literature from the seventeenth century to the present
Combining the works of four centuries of lesbian and bisexual writers, by Willa Cather, Gertrude Stein, Carson McCullers, and others, a collection reviews the shifting concept of "lesbian literature" by exploring six different genres. 15,000 first printing.
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asked Mrs. Dunbar. " 'Bout the same." Sarah stood upright, staring. She had a
blue plaid shawl over her head, and she clutched it together with her red bony
fingers. "I've got something on my mind," said she, "an' I've got to tell somebody.
She said to tell her she'd give her consent to her mar- ryin' John Marshall." Sarah
stopped. Mrs. Dunbar waited, staring. "I ain't told her from that day to this." "What!"
"I ain't never told what her mother said." "Why, Sarah Arnold, why not?" "Oh ...
She was all excited about moving into Lil's apartment in the city — she said they'd
signed a lease to take the cabin again next summer. kitty: She said what? rae:
She hasn't told her! kitty: Why didn't you tell me that? RITa: I told you I saw her.
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CHLOE PLUS OLIVIA: An Anthology of Lesbian Literature from the Seventeenth Century to the PresentUser Review - Kirkus
To lead off her anthology of lesbian literature, Faderman (English and Lesbian Studies/California State Univ., Fresno; Odd Girls and Twilight Lovers, not reviewed, etc.) has chosen...Montaigne. He's ... Read full review
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Faderman's (Surpassing the Love of Men, 1981) substantial compilation of literature about love between women includes works from over 75 European and North American writers from the 17th through the ... Read full review
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