Frederics, Diana

$372.00 MXN


A finales de los años ’30 se publicaba en EE.UU. la novela'Diana', una obra pionera en abordar el lesbianismo cuando la moral de la época ni siquiera concebía su existencia. La identidad de su autora se ocultó bajo el seudónimo de Diana Frederics y nunca fue desvelada.La novela, ambientada en la opresiva sociedad americana de los años ’20 y ’30, narra la historia de una mujer que trata en vano de escapar de su lesbianismo y, tras un breve matrimonio, decide vivir libremente su sexualidad hasta adquirir conciencia política como lesbiana.La historiadora Lillian Federman calificó la obra de ‘un oasis en el desierto’ .

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Literatura gay
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