Homogenic Love and Its Place in a Free Society
21cm x 15cm. 26 pages. Pictorial saddle stapled wrappers.
Edward Carpenter (1844-1929) was a poet, philosopher, and pioneering advocate for gay rights whose perspectives continued to have enduring importance throughout the twentieth century. This 1980 edition consists of the text of Carpenter’s lecture, Homogenic Love, which was first published in 1894.
Wrappers foxed. Tanning to leaves. Previous owner’s name. Good Condition.
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