In Female Disguise: An Anthology of English and American Short Stories and Literary Passages
Karn, 1992 - American fiction - 359 pages
A collection of 42 stories or extracts with a common theme: men who for reasons of one kind or another find it necessary to disguise themselves as females. Authors include: Thomas Mallory; Daniel Defoe; Jane Austen; Mark Twain; Conan Doyle; Rudyard Kipling; and the popular Anon.
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