Topics relating to transgender: Boulton and Park

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Articles, extracts from books, etc, relating to the famous Victorian cross-dressing case
William Roughead, "Pretty Fanny's Way; or, The Importance Of Being Ernest", from Bad Companions (Edinburgh: W Green and Sons, 1930)
H Montgomery Hyde, The Other Love (Heinemann, 1970)
Morris B Kaplan, "Who's Afraid Of John Saul? Urban Culture and the Politics of Desire in Late Victorian London", GLQ: A Journals of Lesbian and Gay Studies, 5/2, 1999
Charles Upchurch, "Forgetting the Unthinkable: Cross-Dressers and British Society in the Case of the Queen vs Boulton and Others", Gender and History, 12/1, Apr 2000
Elisa Kukla, "Harmless floucning - History/Jury flouted law and acquitted crossdressers": interview with Morris Kapln in, 5 Apr 2001
"Fanny and Stella: The Love Letters of Ernest Boulton, Frederick Park, John Fiske and Lord Arthur Pelham Clinton, 1868-1870" - Excerpts from Rictor Norton (ed.), My Dear Boy: Gay Love Letters through the Centuries (1998)



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