Sapphic Crossings is an in-depth look at how eighteenth-century authors and readers, playwrights and audiences, thought about women who dressed in men's clothing, their bodies, their gender and sexual identities and, most importantly, their desires.
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“…that she might execute her Designs with the better Grace, and the more Success, she boldly commenced a Man, at least in her Dress, and no doubt she had a Right to do so, since she had the real Soul of a Man in her Breast.” --The Female Soldier; Or, The Surprising Life and Adventures of Hannah Snell,