Sodomy in Early Modern Europe
Joseph Bergin, Tom Betteridge, Penny Roberts, William G. Naphy
Manchester University Press, Oct 11, 2002 - History - 173 pages
This fascinating collection of essays reflects closely the main areas of debate within gay historiography.
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