Liane de Pougy (2 July – 26 December ), was a Folies Bergère vedette and dancer is recorded in her novel Idylle Saphique, published around , and now published in Spain in translation by the poet Luis Antonio de Villena. Roman geïnspireerd door de verhouding Liane de Pougy – Natalie Barney. 21 Mar insouciance charmed her, and their brief relationship was the inspiration for Liane’s roman à clef, Idylle Saphique (Sapphic Idyll).

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About Liane de Pougy. Idyllle are a few more sapphic works that were written before Within an hour, Anne Marie was on her way to Paris, leaving her infant son with his father, who in turn sent saphiqke son to live with the boy’s grandparents, in Suez. Found at these bookshops Searching – please wait Inafter seeing de Pougy at a dance hall in Paris, Barney presented herself at de Pougy’s residence in a page costume and announced that she was a “page of love” sent by Sappho.

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She was prolific, popular, and so became one of the wealthiest people in Japan at the time. The University of Melbourne Library.

In her memoirs, Liane accused her husband of abuse, and she quickly acquired an aristocratic lover, whose prowess no doubt convinced her of her aptitude for amour.


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Separate different tags with a comma. Liane de Pougy was a member of what was known as Les Grandes Horizontales —and was the most infamous of idy,le all.

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Liane cemented her career when the Prince of Wales, who happened to be in Paris the night of her debut, accepted her bold request for him to watch her performance. The first lesbian science fiction novel! Open to the public Book French Show 0 more libraries The good news is, they end up together at the end of the book. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

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Perdurabo, Revised and Expanded Edition: Steven February 29, at 8: Some features of WorldCat will not be available. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Natalie Clifford Barney was hosting her literary salons, which mixed famous authors with lesbian socialites.


Reviews User-contributed reviews Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. Yaneura no nishojo differs from her other work in that it focuses on a relationship between two women older than the schoolgirls featured in Class S stories. Digital Library Federation, December Want to Read saving…. As far as I can tell though I have a lot more research to dothis is the first sapphic novel ever published.

After moving to Paris, from her position at the Folies she became a noted demimondaineand a rival of ” La Belle Otero “. Please enter the message. Chetty marked it as to-read Oct 06, Garrett added it Sep 18, If you know of more lesbian and bi books that feature women-loving-women and were written beforelet me know!

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