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Love Has No Gender - Pride Month Special Series - Gay Classics: Joseph and His Friend This Finer Shadow Regiment of Women Sappho The Picture of Dorian Gray… - cover

Love Has No Gender - Pride Month Special Series - Gay Classics: Joseph and His Friend This Finer Shadow Regiment of Women Sappho The Picture of Dorian Gray…

Oscar Wilde, Bayard Taylor, Henry Blake Fuller, Virginia Woolf, Sheridan Le Fanu, Sappho, Petronius, Theodore Winthrop, Clemence Dane, Lucas Malet, Jack Saul, Harlan Cozad McIntosh

Publisher: e-artnow

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Summary

June is the Pride month and we have hand-picked the greatest queer classics to spread love and positivity. This collector's collection is a testimony to the versatile writers and poets from the past whose works were throughout the ages - subversive, celebratory, or simply in your face. So come and celebrate the month of love and acceptance. 
Content:
The Picture of Dorian Gray
Mrs. Dalloway
Joseph and His Friend
Regiment of Women
Bertram Cope's Year
The Green Carnation
This Finer Shadow
Cecil Dreeme
The Satyricon
The Sins of the Cities of the Plain
Sappho: One Hundred Lyrics
The History of Sir Richard Calmady
Carmilla

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