Sapphistries

@article{Gubar1984Sapphistries,
  title={Sapphistries},
  author={S. Gubar},
  journal={Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society},
  year={1984},
  volume={10},
  pages={43 - 62}
}
  • S. Gubar
  • Published 1984
  • Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society
  • ] called you ]filled your mouth with plenty ] girls, fine gifts ] lovesong, the keen-toned harp ] an old woman's flesh ] hair that used to be black ] knees will not hold ] stand like dappled fawns ] but what could I do? ] no longer able to begin again ] rosy armed Dawn ] bearing to the ends of the earth ] nevertheless seized ] the cherished wife ] withering is common to all ] may that girl come and be my lover I have loved all graceful things [ ] and this Eros has given me, beauty and the light… CONTINUE READING
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