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Secret Diaries Past and Present by Helena Whitbread and Natasha Holme — The Lesbrary

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Check out my review at The Lesbrary of this wonderful conversation between Anne Lister historian, Helena Whitbread, and diarist Natasha Holme!

In 2013, British writer and academic Helena Whitbread and diarist Natasha Holme (a pseudonym), met to discuss a subject of mutual interest: diaries written by lesbians in original code. Aside from investigating the connection between two diarists, as stated in the title, highlights include early and adult sexuality, preservation and publication, and obsessive writing. The […]

via Julie Thompson reviews Secret Diaries Past and Present by Helena Whitbread and Natasha Holme — The Lesbrary

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