Women without men

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Women without men

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Femmes sans hommes

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Journalistic treatment of lesbian subcultures in France.

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Table Of Contents

Mytilene -- Poetic dreams or the initiation -- The medical explanation of sexual inversion in the female -- The differentiation of the sexes -- Lesbos, the inevitable stage -- Secret lesbos -- The Marquise's daughter -- Portraits ... from life or still life -- The eternal triangle -- Jealousy -- The man in question -- Chinoiseries -- The holy of holies -- The princess with the green eyes -- Prisons of "women without men" -- Small announcements -- Lesbian marriages -- In the shadow of the harem -- Sappho spy -- Moonstruck Machiavelli -- Thriller -- The middle class and childhood -- The mysterious sign -- Prostitution in society -- The official position -- The militant -- A third sex -- Whiskey, love and blood -- The genuine ones -- A dream by way of conclusion.

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174 pages
18 cm

NODL Evaluation Report

"Violates points 6 & 8 of Code. This one should be objectionable even for adults."

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Contested in the U.S.A and Canada by the National Organization for Decent Literature.

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Two out-of-focus female figures stand, one in front of and to the right of the other, at the bottom center of the cover, depicted in black and white and facing the reader. The one in front has her arms crossed, and her left leg is bent at the knee with the foot pointing out. She is seemingly looking towards the reader. Her hair looks like it is either tied or short, and she is wearing a garment with a semi-transparent fabric that reaches down to her knees. The figure at the back has longer hair and is standing with her arms on her hips, elbows pointing back, legs straight with left foot pointing out. She is also wearing a garment with a semi-transparent fabric and her head appears to be turned to her left. The top half of the cover contains text in red and in black. The scene seems to be lit from the right.

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Item: Dell Paperbacks Publisher This Item

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Citation

Querlin, Marise, “Women without men,” The Lesbian Pulp Fiction Collection @ Mount Saint Vincent University, accessed July 19, 2024, https://msvulpf.omeka.net/items/show/668.