Paedophilia; intergenerational love
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New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1977. Hardcover. xiii, 332p. + 12p. plates, foreword, prologue, notes, index, very good first US edition in cloth, gilt and unclipped lightly-soiled white dj. "Paranoiac, pederast, pimp and scrounger, biter of hands that fed him;" - Pamela Hansford Johnson.
Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1997. Paperback. xiv+251p., note on dates, preface, notes, index, illustrations, personal inscription to Martin Malia signed by the author as Terry, pencil notes and brackets throughout else good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Story of the bizarre episodes following the arrival of Russian Orthodox.....
Nashville: Winston-Derek Pub. 1988. Paperback. vii, 164p., introduction, inscribed by the cover artist to a fellow artist but left unsigned, very good first edition, first printing trade paperback in pictorial wraps. A woman psychologist from Northern California writing under a pseudonym. Fictionalized account of her experience of false charges of.....
Bellflower, CA: Self-published by the author as C&C Hawthorne, 1990. Paperback. [ii]190p., introduction, very good first edition trade paperback original in pictorial wraps. The author was the victim of sexual abuse by her father and grandfather while living in a small Texas town. No holdings located in OCLC as of.....
Concord, CA: Peremptory Publications, 2005. Paperback. 324p., text in German, introduction Wer war Sagitta? (Who was Sagitta?) by Kennedy, very good first printing thus a reprint of the 1920s edition, trade paperback in white wraps. Anacrhist author Mackay wrote a series of poems and books under the pseudonym Sagitta (meaning.....
Boston: Glad Day Books, 1980. Paperback. 148p., non-authorial gift inscription but also signed by Mitzel [printed as usual] very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. "...Mitzel reveals the hypocrisy and cynicism that underlie the current crusade against intergenerational love." - Edmund White, quoted on the book's f.e.p.
London: Strange Attractor Press, 2014. Hardcover. xiii, 466p., introduction, bibliography, index, extensive footnotes, illustrated with b&w photos throughout, near-fine first edition stated in boards and unclipped dj. A biography and critique of the Baron's writings followed by studies of the Cambridge Corvines and A.J.A. Symon's crowd. Scarce recent bio.
New York: Harrington Park Press, 1991. Paperback. 325p., foreword, essays and articles, commentary, book reviews, references, tables, notes, illustrations, very good first trade paperback edition in wraps. Research on Homosexuality Series, John P. De Cicco, series editor. A compilation of essays and reviews focusing on Man-Boy love.