REVIEW ↠ Journey to a Woman

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Designated the ueen of Lesbian Pulp for her series of landmark novels beginning in Ann Bannon’s work defined lesbian fiction for the pre Stonewall generation Following the relea. Not my favourite but I still liked and appreciated it A MUCH easier read than Women in the Shadows

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Journey to a Woman

Ns to three strong beautiful women when one of them Beth rediscovers her passion for another Laura only to run headlong into the arms of the third Beebo Brinker herself.. More lesbian tsuris This is less sad than the previous one but still pretty devestating Probably still a realistic representation of the difficulties of being gay especially being a gay women in the pre Stonewall Interesting to hear how things have been going with Beth and to hear the difficulties of being a ueer woman extracting yourself from a straight marriage and all its trappingsI feel like the overall theme of all these books so far is about the hiddenness of so many women s lives

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Se of Cleis Press’s new editions of Beebo Brinker and Odd Girl Out Journey to a Woman finds Laura in love among the Journey to Epublesbian bohemia of Greenwich VillageWhat happe. Listen I hate this damn book I hate the fact that Ann decided to destroy most of the characters Jack and Laura and etc put them through the most craziest and depressing shit I m sorry she was a good writer before this book and other previous one she published But this and previous book before that felt a hard kick in stomach and filled that Being Gay is miserable I m sorry Bannon but you should ve known and done better than thisII can t sum up the words of how disappointed I am Listen read these lesbian pulps if you want but there are just better and positive portrayals of lesbianism and the gay life out there Historical context or not there s so many well written books out there that don t rely on toxic tropes or relationshipsI ll probably vent somewhere else about this book but this book drained me so I ll be off for nowI posted this review on my other account sorry I m taking it down


10 thoughts on “Journey to a Woman

  1. says:

    Not my favourite but I still liked and appreciated it A MUCH easier read than Women in the Shadows

  2. says:

    This was an absolutely fitting and fairly perfect ending this is technically book #4 but logisticallychronologically the

  3. says:

    Pretty good book published in 1960 and with a 1950's feel because everyone uses landlines and payphones and writes letters Full of lusty often nasty women engaged in the many manifestations of lesbian experience within a heterosexual marriage within a pseudo heterosexual marriage in a college roommate setting in a dysfunctional family A classic bad ending for at least one character and a tumult of pleadings re

  4. says:

    Listen I hate this damn book I hate the fact that Ann decided to destroy most of the characters—Jack and Laura and etc—put them through the most craziest and depressing shit I’m sorry she was a good writer before this book and other previous one she published But this and previous book before that felt a hard kick

  5. says:

    Listen I hate this damn book I hate the fact that Ann decided to destroy most of the characters—Jack and Laura and etc—put them through the most craziest and depressing shit I’m sorry she was a good writer before this book and other previous one she published But this and previous book before that felt a hard kick in stomac

  6. says:

    In this 1960 novel Ann Bannon tells the story of Beth Ayers and her journey to reunite with her former lover Laura In the process Beth discovers her true self Fleeing her husband and children Beth sets out on a search to find her college love and decide for herself whether or not she is a lesbian This is the 5th book in

  7. says:

    More lesbian tsuris This is less sad than the previous one but still pretty devestating Probably still a realistic representation of the difficulties of being gay especially being a gay women in the pre Stonewall Interesting to hear

  8. says:

    Thank goodness for the calm redemptive arc at the end of this series

  9. says:

    Bannon wrote these books which span about 14 years in fictional time in actual chronological time of about 6 or 7 years I sometimes wonder if she lived twice as long in her head than she did in real life It was this book th

  10. says:

    This is the last book chronologically of Bannon’s lesbian pulps It’s interesting to see how now the village in 1960 is

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