Diana : a strange autobiography / by Diana Frederics.
- 2nd edition
- New York : Dial Press, 1939.
x, 284 pages ; 24 cm
- Frederics, Diana.
Lesbians -- Biography.
Homosexuality -- Fiction.
- Place of Publication:
- United States New York (State) New York (City)
- This is the unusual and compelling story of Diana, a tantalizingly beautiful woman who sought love in the strange by-paths of Lesbos. Fearless and outspoken, it dares to reveal that hidden world where perfumed caresses and half-whispered endearments constitute the forbidden fruits in a Garden of Eden where men are never accepted.
- Part I. First fears. Skeletons in my family closet; Gil: a normal boy; Most exquisite pain; Am I a lesbian; Grace
part II. Carl. I meet Carl; I decide about Carl; Trial marriage; I begin to feel normal love; "I am a lesbian!"; I leave Carl
part III. Jane. Nancy; Elise; Jane; Frustration; Rolf; Jealousies; The cafe in Paris; New York; Accusation; Betrayal; Louise; Parting; Overlapping affairs; I meet Leslie
part IV. Leslie. Leslie and I become lovers; Leslie breaks with her family; I sell my first story; Jane and Leslie; Jane the huntress; The post office box; Fulfillment.
- Introduction by Victor Robinson, M.D.
Dust jacket with the same image on the cover as on the title page.
- Local notes:
- Penn Libraries Kislak copy retains dust jacket.
Acquired for the Penn Libraries with assistance from the George L. Murray Fund.
- Penn Chronology:
- Robinson, Victor, 1886-1947.
Dial Press, publisher.
George L. Murray Fund.
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