Men in Women’s Guise: Some Historical Instances of Female Impersonation

New York: Bretano's, 1926. First American edition. 8vo (6 x 8 13/16 in.) in cloth with gilt lettering on the front board. 284 pp. Letterpress printed. Very good condition, with spine slightly faded, light rubbing to the corners of boards and spine minor stains and tearing in interior. Missing dust jacket. Item #4090

A survey of essays about men in the who wished to “pass as women,” beginning in the 17th century and ending with the author’s contemporaries. Each chapter is dedicated to different individual, including biographical information and attempts at psychological analysis. Translated from the original French. Made and printed in Great Britain at The Mayflower Press, Plymouth.

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