A complete, cumulative Checklist of lesbian, variant and homosexual fiction, in English or available in English translation, with supplements of related material, for the use of collectors, students and librarians. Here, in a single volume, it has been our intention to list, document and review every novel dealing, however slightly, with female variance, lesbianism or intense emotional relationships between women. We have also included a majority of the better known novels which, dealing primarily with male homosexuality, are of interest to the collector of variant fiction in general.
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The Cambridge Companion to Lesbian Literature examines literary representations of lesbian sexuality, identities, and communities, from the medieval period to the present. In addition to providing a helpful orientation to key literary-historical periods, critical concepts, theoretical debates, and literary genres, this Companion considers the work of such well-known authors as Virginia Woolf, Adrienne Rich, Audre Lorde, and Sarah Waters. Written by a host of leading critics and covering subjects as diverse as lesbian desire in the long eighteenth century and same-sex love in a postcolonial context, this Companion delivers insight into the variety of traditions that have shaped the present landscape of lesbian literature.
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Rollyson had access to the extensive Lowell archive at Harvard University as well as resources in England. And he got help from a few archivists who located new sources, notably an archivist at the Massachusetts Historical Society who found a group of letters referring to a hitherto unknown female companion. Her two-volume biography of John Keats, published in the last year of her life, had been greeted in this country with almost universal acclaim.
His primary love is music, and playing, and he quickly loses interest in school in favor of talking to, interacting with, and socializing with the girls next door; he plans a mail box in their hedge in which he can leave small gifts and letters. Laurie diverts himself at school with billiards, and card games, spending his fortune without much thought for the future; in Paris and abroad, he spends most of his time drinking and socializing with pretty girls. Once he sees how Amy has grown up, he approaches her — and then sets out to make himself worthy of her. Laurie has a gentle and generous heart despite his sharp tongue; he is there for the March sisters whenever they need him, faithful to their needs and wishes even when they have quarreled.
There is an abundant need to fill the technological pipeline with highly trained scientists and technicians, especially for research, design, and engineering positions that require employees to have a college degree and skills in math, science, or technology. All groups of students continue to drop out of the educational pipeline in science and technology at alarming rates, but women and ethnic minority youth drop out at a faster rate at each transition point within higher education. An increasing body of evidence shows the unique challenges that young LGBT individuals inclined toward careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics face. Feeling the isolation and the pressure to succeed, many students may choose not to stay the course in their career track.