The Penguin Book of Lesbian Short Stories
Viking, 1993 - Lesbians - 429 pages
The anxiety of unresolved desire is present in many stories - Radclyffe Hall's Miss Ogilvy is unable truly to find herself in this world, Djuna and Lillian hold back from each other in Anais Nin's "Cities of the Interior," and the energy and commitment that should go into a loving relationship are stifled by convention in Jane Rule's story of passion outside marriage. But here are brave spirits, too - Renee Vivien's Sarolta and her Prince(ss) live forever in a vision of ideal tenderness, Colette's heroines preserve the sanctity of their little white bed, and Jewelle Gomez's bulldagger society survives far from the haunts of men. There are coming-out stories, stories about cross-dressing, vampire tales, science fiction, parody, and romance.
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Helen Furr did not care about travelling , she liked to stay in one place and be gay there . They were together then and travelled to another place and stayed there and were gay there . They stayed there and were gay there , not very ...
have liked to do more travelling , Helen Furr did not care about doing travelling , she liked to stay in a place and be gay there . They stayed in a place and were gay there , both of them stayed there , they stayed together there ...
... they were gay the same length of time every day , they were gay , they were quite regularly gay . Georgine Skeene went away to stay two months with her brother . Helen Furr did not go then to stay 38 MISS FURR AND MISS SKEENE.
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SARAH ORNE JEWETT Marthas Lady 1897 I
RENÉE VIVIEN Prince Charming 1904 translated
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