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Lanser, Susan Sniader, and Djuna Barnes. “Introduction”. Ladies Almanack, New York University Press, p. xv - li.
appeared in print for the first time when a poem of hers was included by Solita Solano
, drama critic for the Boston Herald Traveler, in her column.
Fielding, Daphne. The Rainbow Picnic. Eyre Methuen.
Structured as a monthly chronicle, Ladies Almanack is a satiric lesbian cosmology based on Natalie Barney
and her circle in Paris. Among its characters are Patience Scalpel, based on Mina Loy
, Lady Buck-and-Balk and...