|Stonewall and Beyond: Lesbian and Gay Culture|
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From: Rice, Eugene, "The Pioneers: The Earliest Writers in English on Homosexuality." In: "Stonewall and Beyond: ... [etc. as above]
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Last revision: 2011-08-24