The Tradition Of Female Cross-Dressing In Early Modern Europe
Springer, Feb 8, 1989 - History - 148 pages
In 17th and 18th century Europe, especially in Holland, England and Germany, so many women chose to dress and live as men, that an underground tradition of female cross-dressing within the popular culture can be detected.
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Easy read, well formatted and presented. Sometimes comes off a bit 'politicized' at times but has good information on this phenomenon. Read full review
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