i've read Murder, She Meowed by rita mae brown. good story, i like
horses and horse racing and cats and mysteries so i enjoyed it.
however, keeping track of all hte characters was a bit tough...
--- In Yuricon@yahoogroups.com, Jamie Wells <tigrisataica@y...> wrote:
> I thought Radclyffe Hall had (at the very least) two
> lovers? Maybe I'm confusing that with someone else...
> I just remember reading something about how she fell
> in love with someone 20 years younger than her, but
> she still kept her current lover by her side.
> But ANYways.
> I remember reading WoL when I was 14 or 15 years old.
> It saddened me so much, but it also, in a weird way,
> kinda gave me a twisted hope that being lesbian wasn't
> such a bad thing. (You know, because if it happened
> way back then, then now, there still must be more
> people out there like me. ;) )
> Ever read books by Rita Mae Brown?
> --- atheniag <anilesbocon01@h...> wrote:
> > --- In Yuricon@yahoogroups.com, "donnaneely"
> > <donnaneely@y...> wrote:
> > >
> > > Wow given a moment of
> > re-consideration........would this not make a
> > > totally amusing anime! think of the clothes!
> > >
> > > <snickering>
> > >
> > > Suspect we have ENOUGH anime where the girl doesnt
> > get the girl
> > > because well all involved are just too
> > damaged/psycho.....etc etc.
> > I don't know about anime, but I think that in manga,
> > most definitely.
> > Riyoko Ikeda(Rose of Versailles, Brother Dear
> > Brother) also did a shot
> > manga clled "Claudine" which reminded me strongly of
> > WoL. At least in
> > part, because of the clothes. :-)
> > The funny thing about Radclyffe Hall, was, of
> > course, that she did NOT
> > send her real-life Mary away and they lived for
> > decades in the lap of
> > "invert" luxury and decadence. :)
> > Cheers,
> > Erica
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