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 Topic: Lesbian Fiction of Sarah Waters an Idyll?

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malvae  



Joined: 29 Mar 2006
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Interests: Literature, particularily LESBIAN FICTION, Sarah Watrs' novels,male impersonation,cross-dressing...

Posted: 30 Jan 2007, 2:32 am    Post subject: Lesbian Fiction of Sarah Waters an Idyll? Reply with quote

S.Waters visited the capitol of my homecountry promoting her latest novel. The people were asking many different questions to her yet my friend managed to ask her a question about her 3 Victorian novels. Being a lesbian herself my friend asked S.W whether the 'fictional' plot might have happened , or at least some of its parts...the author said that no way, this was all pure 'fantasy'... do you agree? do you think that these stories are so fictional that they're impossible to happen at the same time?do you think it might be possible thatour sisters who lived in the 19th century had no chances of living a colorful life?
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