Speaking of Gender  

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"Central polemical texts contributing to this [sexual inversion] discourse include Symonds's A Problem in Greek Ethics (1883); and his A Problem in Modern Ethics (1891); Havelock Ellis's Sexual Inversion, originally written with Symonds, published and suppressed in England in 1897, and later to be included as volume 2 of Ellis's Studies in the Psychology of Sex (1901); and Edward Carpenter's Homogenic Love (1894) and his The Intermediate Sex (1908)." --Speaking of Gender (1989) by Elaine Showalter

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Speaking of Gender (1989) is a book on gender by Elaine Showalter.



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