The Penguin book of lesbian short stories
In this wide-ranging anthology, 32 women from Britain, continental Europe and the Americas express the depth and complexity of lesbian literature. Including stories about coming-out and cross-dressing, as well as vampire tales, science fiction, parody, and romance, this collection "casts the world in a different light." -The New Republic.
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referred to Hall in A Room of One's Own. Emma Donoghue refers to a heroine
from an earlier age in offering a new angle on the life of Mary Wollstonecraft, and
Anna Livia makes a connection between the personal tragedy of Charlotte Mew (i
ANNA LIVIA 5i CHARLOTTE MEWS (1986) 'Base to Lizzy. Base to Lizzy. Over.'
Middle of New Oxford Street. Damn the bloody radio. Impossible to stop now.
Have to edge into the kerb, just when she'd achieved the right-hand lane. 'Base
Come in Base. Over.' 'Crackle. Crackle. Nyarrzzemd.' 'Lizzy POB in Charlotte
Street. Lizzy, Charlotte Street, Parcel on Board.' 'Nyarzz. Static. Splutter.' 'Lizzy?
Base here. Charlotte Mews.' 'Repeat. Repeat drop. Sounded like Charlotte Mews
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In the last half-dozen years, collections of lesbian plays, coming-out stories, mysteries, and poetry have been published, mostly by small presses. Now, The Penguin Book of Lesbian Short Stories ... Read full review
SARAH ORNE JEWETT Marthas Lady 1897
RENEE VIVIEN Prince Charming 1904 translated
The Wise Sappho c 191618 26
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