The Penguin book of lesbian short stories
Viking, 1993 - Literary Collections - 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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I mean the term lesbian continuum to include a range - through each woman's life
and throughout history - of woman-identified experience; not simply the fact that a
woman has had or consciously desired genital sexual experience with ...
She had leaped, she had acted Romeo, and when woman leaped she leaped
into a void. Later it was not the drama of two bicycles, of a road, of two separated
towns; later it was a darkened room, and a man and woman pursuing pleasure ...
About a woman's sex. Mythically covered by. Escorted away. 'There was an
evening, there was a morning.' A story stretched out in the grass. Infernal coitus.
Without mask, nor mask, without genitals, nor genitals, without woman, nor
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RENEE VIVIEN Prince Charming 1904 translated
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