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  • Author:
    Dola de Jong,Lillian Faderman
  • ISBN:
    155861141X
  • ISBN13:
    978-1558611412
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  • Publisher:
    The Feminist Press at CUNY; Revised ed. edition (June 1, 1996)
  • Pages:
    152 pages
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    Literature & Fiction
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Dola de Jong, Lillian Faderman (Goodreads Author) (Afterword). Lists with This Book. Dutch LGBTQ+ literature (translated to English). Omdat ik even geen puf heb die nog weer om te zetten naar een gezellig blogje, zet ik hem hier neer, in de hoop dat meer mensen er iets aan zullen hebben.

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Lillian Faderman (born July 18, 1940) is an American historian whose books on lesbian history and LGBT history have earned critical praise and awards. The New York Times named three of her books on its "Notable Books of the Year" list

Lillian Faderman (born July 18, 1940) is an American historian whose books on lesbian history and LGBT history have earned critical praise and awards. The New York Times named three of her books on its "Notable Books of the Year" list. In addition, The Guardian named her book, Odd Girls and Twilight Lovers, one of the Top 10 Books of Radical History

LGBT scholar Lillian Faderman examines the life and legacy of Harvey Milk . Harvard Book Store welcomes distinguished scholar and award-winning author LILLIAN FADERMAN for a discussion of her latest book, Harvey Milk: His Lives and Death.

LGBT scholar Lillian Faderman examines the life and legacy of Harvey Milk, from his Jewish childhood on Long Island to his final years as one of the most.

Dola de Jong (10 October 1911 - 19 November 2003) was a Dutch-American writer. De Jong was born Dorothea Rosalie de Jong in Arnhem as the daughter of Salomo Louis de Jong and Lotte Rosalie Benjamin. She became a reporter for the Nieuwe Arnhemsche Courant, though she'd fancied becoming a ballet dancer. When that newspaper went bankrupt, she moved to Amsterdam where she combined ballet dancing with her work as a freelance writer and reporter, amongst others for De Telegraaf.

Published 1996 by The Feminist Press in New York There's no description for this book yet.

Published 1996 by The Feminist Press in New York.

This courageous early work of lesbian fiction (1951) tells the gripping story of two women torn between desires and taboos in the years leading up to the Nazi occupation of Amsterdam. Erica, a reckless young journalist, pursues passionate but abusive affairs with different women. Bea, a reserved secretary, grows increasingly obsessed with Erica -yet denial and shame keep her from recognizing her attraction.

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As Faderman writes in her introduction, This is a book about how millions of American women became what they are now: full citizens, educated, and capable of earning . .

Read To Believe in Women: What Lesbians Have Done For America – A History, by Lillian Faderman online on Bookmate – A unique and often quite moving look at gay women’s role in US history (The Was. As Faderman writes in her introduction, This is a book about how millions of American women became what they are now: full citizens, educated, and capable of earning a decent living for themselves. For those who need a dose of pride and a slice of history, Faderman’s portraits should strike a popular note.

Lillian Faderman is an internationally known scholar of lesbian history and literature, as well as ethnic history and .

Lillian Faderman is an internationally known scholar of lesbian history and literature, as well as ethnic history and literature. Among her many honors are six Lambda Literary Awards, two American Library Association Awards, and several lifetime achievement awards for scholarship. She is the author of The Gay Revolution, Surpassing the Love of Men, and Odd Girls and Twilight Lovers, all New York Times Notable Books. The Guardian named Odd Girls and Twilight Lovers one of the Top 10 Books of Radical History, and named The Gay Revolution one of the Six Top Books of LGBT Life

This courageous early work of lesbian fiction (1951) tells the gripping story of two women torn between desires and taboos in the years leading up to the Nazi occupation of Amsterdam. Erica, a reckless young journalist, pursues passionate but abusive affairs with different women. Bea, a reserved secretary, grows increasingly obsessed with Erica —yet denial and shame keep her from recognizing her attraction. Only Bea’s discovery that Erica is half-Jewish and a member of the Dutch resistance—and thus very much in danger—brings her closer to accepting her own feelings.