The Lesbian Pillow Book book.
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The Lesbian Pillow Book. Fourth Estate, 2000 - 424 sayfa.
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Hennegan"s academic work focuses on lesbian and gay themes in English literature, particularly in British Modernism.
Alison Hennegan is a lecturer at the University of Cambridge and a Fellow of Trinity Hall. Hennegan"s academic work focuses on lesbian and gay themes in English literature, particularly in British Modernism. She returned to the academy in the 1980s and has published articles on the lesbian reader, Oscar Wilde and the Symbolist and decadent movements of the late nineetenth and early twentieth centuries.
The Lesbian Pillow Book (e. (London: Fourth Estate, 2000). Heath and Home: Wilde Domestic Space. Trinity Hall names Hennegan as Fellow Commoner. Cambridge & Diversity: "Alison Hennegan: speaking out". Violet to Vita: Letters of Trefusis to Vita Sackville-West By . 780749303204. Out of Egypt: Leaving Lesbianism Behind Jeanette Howard. She is also a prominent campaigner for gay and lesbian rights in the UK and a journalist. Hennegan's academic work focuses on lesbian and gay themes in English literature, particularly in British Modernism.
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