Sapphic slashers : sex, violence, and American modernity /
"On a winter day in 1892, in the broad daylight of downtown Memphis, Tennessee, a middle class woman named Alice Mitchell slashed the throat of her lover, Freda Ward, killing her instantly. Local, national, and international newspapers, medical and scientific publications, and popular fiction w...
|Published:||Durham, NC : Duke University Press, ©2000.|
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