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by Patricia Juliana Smith

ePub Lesbian Panic download
Author:
Patricia Juliana Smith
ISBN13:
978-0231106214
ISBN:
0231106211
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Publisher:
Columbia University Press (April 15, 1997)
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History & Criticism
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For Smith, "lesbian panic" is often a fear of losing one's identity and value within the heterosexual paradigm. This book traces the history of "lesbian panic" through key works:The Voyage Out and Mrs. Dalloway; The Little Girls and Eva Trout; King of a Rainy Country; The Golden Notebook; andThe Prime of Miss Jean Brodie.