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Disillusioned Childhood
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written by Anonymous Journalist, in Harry Benjamin Collection, of Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction, in Newcastle Chronicle (Newcastle Chronicle (Newspaper)), 5 page(s)
A four-page clipping from the March 29, 1926 issue of the Newcastle Chronicle contains a highly favorable review of the novel 'Adam's Breed' by Radclyffe Hall.
written by Anonymous Journalist, in Harry Benjamin Collection, of Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction, in Newcastle Chronicle (Newcastle Chronicle (Newspaper)), 5 page(s)
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written by Anonymous Journalist, in Harry Benjamin Collection, of Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction (19 October 1928), in London Daily Express (London, England: London Daily Express (Newspaper), 1928, originally published 1928), 3 page(s)
A clipping from the Oct. 19, 1928 issue of the Daily Express contains a brief article noting that the British Home Office was considering legal action after seized copies of the lesbian-themed novel 'The Well of Loneliness' -- banned, then republished in France -- were released by English Customs officials.
written by Anonymous Journalist, in Harry Benjamin Collection, of Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction (19 October 1928), in London Daily Express (London, England: London Daily Express (Newspaper), 1928, originally published 1928), 3 page(s)
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The Well of Loneliness, Part 1
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written by Sir Archibald Bodkin, Rubenstein, Nash & Co. Solicitors, in Director of Public Prosecutions: Case Papers, Old Series, of United Kingdom. National Archives at Kew (London, England - Kew) (1929) (originally published 1928), 190 page(s)
written by Sir Archibald Bodkin, Rubenstein, Nash & Co. Solicitors, in Director of Public Prosecutions: Case Papers, Old Series, of United Kingdom. National Archives at Kew (London, England - Kew) (1929) (originally published 1928), 190 page(s)
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The Hindu - Madras - September 1928
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written by Anonymous Journalist, in Harry Benjamin Collection, of Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction (November 1928), in Hindu Newspaper (Tamil Nadu: Hindu (Newspaper), 1928, originally published 1928), 3 page(s)
A two-page clipping from a September 1928 issue of the English-language Indian newspaper The Hindu describes the uproar in the English press over the lesbian-themed novel 'The Well of Loneliness.' It describes the furor as an exercise in stunt journalism.
written by Anonymous Journalist, in Harry Benjamin Collection, of Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction (November 1928), in Hindu Newspaper (Tamil Nadu: Hindu (Newspaper), 1928, originally published 1928), 3 page(s)
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written by Radclyffe Hall, 1880-1943, in Harry Benjamin Collection, of Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction (22 February 1926), in London Sunday Times (London Sunday Times, 1926), 2 page(s)
A two-page clipping from the Feb. 22, 1926 issue of The Sunday Times contains an article about a popular autobiographical feature in another publication, Cassell's Weekly, in which novelist Radclyffe Hall writes of her childhood.
written by Radclyffe Hall, 1880-1943, in Harry Benjamin Collection, of Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction (22 February 1926), in London Sunday Times (London Sunday Times, 1926), 2 page(s)
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New 7/6 Novels
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written by Anonymous Journalist, in Harry Benjamin Collection, of Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction, in Spectator (Spectator (Magazine)), 2 page(s)
A blurb published in several English newspapers in March and April of 1926 advertises the fourth hardback printing of 'Adam's Breed' by Radclyffe Hall.
written by Anonymous Journalist, in Harry Benjamin Collection, of Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction, in Spectator (Spectator (Magazine)), 2 page(s)
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A Famous Couple
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written by Anonymous Journalist, in Harry Benjamin Collection, of Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction, in Newcastle Chronicle (Newcastle Chronicle (Newspaper)), 2 page(s)
A two-page clipping from the Feb. 27, 1926 issue of the North Mail & Newcastle Chronicle contains a brief article about novelist Radclyffe Hall and her housemate and companion, Lady Troubridge, who go out on the town dressed in mannish fashion.
written by Anonymous Journalist, in Harry Benjamin Collection, of Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction, in Newcastle Chronicle (Newcastle Chronicle (Newspaper)), 2 page(s)
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written by Anonymous Journalist, in Harry Benjamin Collection, of Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction, in Daily Chronicle (Georgetown, Demerara-Mahaica: Daily Chronicle, Georgetown (Newspaper)), 4 page(s)
A three-page clipping from the Sept. 14, 1928 issue of the Daily Chronicle of Georgetown, British Guyana, contains an account of the uproar in England over the lesbian-themed novel 'The Well of Loneliness.'
written by Anonymous Journalist, in Harry Benjamin Collection, of Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction, in Daily Chronicle (Georgetown, Demerara-Mahaica: Daily Chronicle, Georgetown (Newspaper)), 4 page(s)
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2nd Impression Now Printing: Adam's Breed by Radclyffe Hall
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A clipping from the March 14, 1926 issue of The Sunday Times contains an ad for 'Adam's Breed' by Radclyffe Hall, which notes that the novel is in its second printing.
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Adam's Breed by Radclyffe Hall
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written by Anonymous Journalist, in Harry Benjamin Collection, of Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction (19 March 1926), in Manchester Guardian (Guardian Media Group), 3 page(s)
A two-page clipping from the March 19, 1926 issue of the Manchester Guardian contains a brief, highly favorable review of 'Adam's Breed' by Radclyffe Hall.
written by Anonymous Journalist, in Harry Benjamin Collection, of Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction (19 March 1926), in Manchester Guardian (Guardian Media Group), 3 page(s)
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