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The author was the subject of a PBS History Detectives episode: http://www.pbs.org/opb/historydetectives/investigation/diana/
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Cover, Front Text
"The story of a strange love." 4th large printing. Complete and unabrided.
Cover, Back Text
"A strange woman." "This is the unusual and compelling story of DIANA, a tantalizingly beautiful woman who sought love in the strange by-paths of Lesbos. Fearles and outspoken, it dares to reveal a hidden world of depraved love." "-- I welcome an book which adds to the understanding of the Lesbians in our midst. Among these books I definitelyplace the present autobiography." -- Victor Robinson, M.D. Author of "The Story of Medicine"
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A blond woman with her arms folded stands on the right of the cover. She is dressed in a black jacket and pants. Her gaze is downwards and to the left away from the reader. In the background behind the blond woman is the face of a brown haired woman with red lipstick. She is looking directly at the reader.
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Blond woman is lit from the right, casting shadows on her face and torso. Diffused light slightly blurs the woman in the background.
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Blond woman gaze is downwards to the left, away from the reader. The brown haired woman in the background is looking at the reader
Frederics, Diana, “Diana,” The Lesbian Pulp Fiction Collection @ Mount Saint Vincent University, accessed October 2, 2022, https://msvulpf.omeka.net/items/show/577.