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  1. Edward Carpenter and Late Victorian Radicalism
  2. Edward Carpenter, 1844 born at Brighton, died at Guildford 1929: One of the founders and the first president of the Society (British Sexological Society. Publications) by Cecil Reddie, 1932

41. Stonewall 25: Case 3
Edward Carpenter, 18441929. The Intermediate Sex A Study of Some TransitionalTypes of Men and Women, in Selected Writings, vol. 1 Sex.
Stonewall and Beyond: Lesbian and Gay Culture PREV INDEX NEXT
The Earliest Writers in English on Homosexuality
Guest Curator, Eugene Rice, William R Shepherd Professor of History, Columbia University
This case includes the earliest writings in English about homosexuality, mostly male homosexuality. They date originally from circa 1785 to 1908. Six of the authors were British, one American. Four were heterosexual, three were gay. It is characteristic of an age of cant that most of these texts could not be published during the lifetimes of the men who wrote them, or were printed privately in editions of as few as ten copies, or were published for private subscribers only, or had to be published abroad. Such publishing histories document well the nearly successful effort to silence all public discussion of the sexual orientation and behavior "not to be named among Christians," as it was sometimes referred to. These pioneers bravely tried to break that silence. Case Displays
  • Jeremy Bentham, 1748-1832

42. Gay Today: Review
Edward Carpenter, a great grandfather of the gay and lesbian movement(18441929) had been a messenger boy for Walt Whitman too.
Walt Whitman—Selected Poems 1855-1892
A New Edition

Book Review by Jack Nichols Walt Whitman—Selected Poems 1855-1892A New Edition, Edited by Gary Schmidgall, St. Martin's Press, 1999, 530 pages, $32.50
A nybody who knows me is well aware I've always been a messenger boy for Walt Whitman. In the nation's capitol, when I began skipping classes in seventh grade, I found myself seated in the office of the principal, an Eleanor Roosevelt look-alike, Miss Bertie Backus. Wielding what I considered an effective 1953 shock-excuse, I told Ms. Backus I was gay. "If you're not going to go to classes, you should read Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass, " she explained kindly. It seemed a fair trade. Freed by a principal's fiat from having to attend cloistered classes, I sat in the open air and dipped into the Leaves, first discovering Whitman's Calamus poems—the most extraordinary literary paeans to all-male love ever written. Whitman promised: I will sing the song of companionship…
I will therefore let flame from me the burning fires that were threatening to consume me,
I will lift what has too long kept down those smouldering fires

43. Gay Today At Badpuppy
Edward Carpenter, a great grandfather of the gay and lesbian liberation movement(18441929) was just as open-minded about odd ideas as is Badpuppy's GayToday.
Badpuppy Gay Today Monday, 16 June 1997
Better You Should Belong to a Nice Space Age Religion
Monday, June 16, 1997 By Jack Nichols
Last week GayToday's top story told of its welcome TV publicity received from Pat Robertson's intellectually impoverished 700 Club, a daily gabfest for the spiritually deprived. The dorky televangelist's newscasters, in yet another of their inept attempts to cast aspersions on gay men and lesbians, clearly recited Badpuppy's GayToday Internet address. This was a major tactical error indeed, not to mention one that showcased typical CBN inaccuracies. Now that 700 Club members have been given access to Badpuppy's GayToday , it is time to provide them with a colorful and civilized alternative to the nonsense that has too long remained a staple of their TV diets. But more on this civilized religious alternative (one that has seemingly arrived from outer space) in a moment.
The Christian Broadcasting Networkon June 11 falsely announced that GayToday's continuing series on cloning meant support for the cause of human cloning from "a number of homosexual groups" who, according the erroneous CBN report, "want to go ahead" with cloning. In fact, polls indicate that only 10% of gays (3% higher than the national average) think cloning is A-OK. The Clone Rights United Front (CRUF) founded by Randolfe Wicker, a gay media pioneer, does not consider itself a gay group and no other gay groups presently support the concept of reproductive freedom through cloning.

44. UBC Library Microform Collections: Literature Title List
Economic and Social Thought. Series 1, the papers of Edward Carpenter,18441929; Forster-Dyce Collection of Dickens Manuscripts;
Guide to Microform Collections Of Literary Interest : Title List English Language French Language German Language
Italian Language
... Spanish Language English Language French Language German Language Italian Language Spanish Language October 2002 TOP Guide to Microform Collections

45. UBC Library Microform Collections: Social Sciences Title List
and Social Thought. Series 1, the papers of Edward Carpenter, 18441929;Foreign Broadcast Information Service (FBIS) Daily Report;
Guide to Microform Collections Social Sciences Title List October 2002 TOP Guide to Microform Collections

46. Autographs, Signed Photographs And Letters From AMI
RETURN TO TOP. Carpenter, Edward (18441929) English Writer and Poet. ALS, Ed. Carpenter,on two sides of a correspondence card, Millthorpe, Holmesfield, nr.
Literature - English Literature Please click on any letter to go to that section. Items with underlined titles link to an image which will open in the main window. Clicking on the currency symbols at top-right will open a converter in a new window. A glossary can be accessed by clicking on 'glossary' at lower left. These windows will remain open until you close them. A B C D ... AMIS , Kingsley (1922-1995) English Novelist.
T.L.S., Kingsley Amis, one page, 8vo, London, 2nd April 1987, to Mr. Rabaiotti. Amis thanks his correspondent for his letter and states 'It nearly breaks my heart to turn down a request from somebody whose name I remember so well from the past, but I am afraid I never send signed photographs to people I don't know.' In very fine condition. AMIS , Martin (1949- ) English Novelist.
Signed 5 x 7 photograph, a three quarter length study of Amis who looks directly towards the photographer. The writer is seen wearing a white tank top sweater with a checked shirt beneath and has his arms folded before the camera. Signed with his name alone in a small neat hand in black ink to a light area of the background. In very fine condition.
BARING-GOULD , Sabine (1834-1924) English Author and Clergyman. Wrote the hymn

47. Staff Information - Department Of English
the writing of EM Forster, especially his response to the thinking of the lateVictorianSocialist and advocate of gay rights, Edward Carpenter (1844-1929).
Home Prospective Students Undergraduate Postgraduate ... Michael Whitworth Staff Information Lucie Armitt, MA, PhD
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QXE3007 Late Twentieth Century Literature
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Contemporary women's fiction, science fiction and the fantastic, the gothic, feminist theory and pyschoanalysis.
the novel, women's writing, contemporary literature, literary theory, feminist criticism.
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QXE3013 American Fiction since 1945
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QXE3031 Welsh Writing in English since 1930
Research Interests
Main research in recent years has been in Welsh writing in English, particularly the first generation of this writing in the 1930s and 1940s, considered as the result of cultural interaction between Welsh and English cultural traditions in this period; I have related interest in postcolonial theory. Main work has been on R.S. Thomas (I am Co-director of the R.S. Thomas Study Centre at Bangor) and on Glyn Jones (I recently edited his Collected Stories and The Dragon has Two Tongues). My other area of research has been the writing of E.M. Forster, especially his response to the thinking of the late-Victorian Socialist and advocate of gay rights, Edward Carpenter (1844-1929).

48. Equality Alliance: Please Go To
1883, Edward Carpenter 18441929 publishes Towards Democracy ,describing a new society with comradeship and sexual freedom.
As part of the reformation of the church under Henry VIII, " the abominable Vice of Buggery committed with mankind or beast " ceases to be an offence for the Ecclesiastical Courts and becomes a criminal offence, punishable by death. (The same Act also targets Vagabonds and Welshmen.)
Forasmuch as there is not yet sufficient and condigne punishment appointed and limited by the due course of the laws of the Realm for the detestable and abominable vice of buggery committed with mankind or beast; It may therefore please the King's Highness with the assent of his Lords spiritual and temporal and the Commons the present parliament assembled that it may be enacted by authority of the same, that the same offence be from henceforth adjudged felony, and such order and form of process therein to be used against the offenders as in cases of felony at the common law. " (1533-4, 25 Hen. 8 c. 6)
Europe: many countries adopt the Napoleonic Code, which does not criminalise gay sex.

49. Famous Gays And Lesbians In History
Dancer; Edward Carpenter (18441929) British Author and Gay RightsPioneer; Willa Cather (1873-1947) Euro-American Writer and Critic;
Famous Gays and Lesbians in History
  • Sappho (600 B.C.) Greek Poetess
  • Socrates (470-399 B.C.) Greek Teacher and Philosopher
  • Plato (427-347 B.C.) Greek Teacher and Philosopher
  • Alexander The Great (356-323 B.C.) Macedonian King and Military Leader
  • Wu (140-87 B.C.) Chinese Emperor
  • Hadrian (76-138 A.D.) Roman Emperor
  • Richard the Lion Hearted (1157-1199) English King and Crusader
  • Edward II (1254-1327) English King
  • Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) Italian Renaissance Artist, Teacher, Scientist and Inventor
  • Michelangelo (1475-1564) Italian Renaissance Artist and Sculptor
  • Montezuma II (1480-1520) Aztec Emperor
  • Julius III (1487-1555) Catholic Pope
  • Ieyasu Tokugawa (1542-1616) Japanese Shogun and founder of the Edo Shogunate
  • Sir Francis Bacon (1561-1626) British Statesman and Writer
  • Christopher Marlowe (1564-1593) English dramatist and poet
  • Christina (1626-1689) Swedish Queen
  • Peter the Great (1672-1725) Russian Czar
  • Frederick the Great (1712-1786) Prussian King and Military Leader
  • Madame de Stael (1766-1817) French Writer and Intellectual
  • Lord Byron (1788-1824) British Poet
  • Hans Christian Andersen (1805-1875) Danish Poet and Writer
  • Margaret Fuller (1810-1850) Euro-American Writer and Journalist
  • Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862) Euro-American Philosopher, Naturalist, and Peace Activist
  • 50. Records For Imagination. (in MARION)
    Carpenter, Edward, 18441929. The art of creation; essays on the self andits powers, by Edward Carpenter. London, G. Allen Unwin ltd. 1912.
    Records 1 to 25 of 36

    51. Famous.htmL
    Bachardy (still alive); Denton Welch; Dirk Bogarde; Duncan Grant; EMForster 18791970; Edward Carpenter 1844-1929; Evelyn Waugh; Frederick
    NOTE: This listing was part of a listing found on the internet. I am NOT the author, nor am I the researcher. I am posting it here for your information. I make no claims as to the accuracy of the list! MODERN EUROPE (POST 1700) BRITAIN Political Leaders
    • William III
    • Horace Walpole 1717-1797 (first Prime Minister)
    • Queen Anne 1665-1714 and Sarah Churchill
    • Lord Hervey (George II's minister) and Stephen Fox
    • Tom Driberg MP
    • Maureen Colquhoun MP (alive?)
    • William Beckford 1760-1844
    • Lord Mountbatten
    • General Charles Gordon
    • Baden Powell (founder of Boy Scouts)
    • Roger Casement 1864-1916
    • Horatio Herbert Kitchener 1850-1916 Poets, Writers, Actors
    • Mary Renault 1905-1983 and Julie Mullard
    • Mary Wollstonecraft 1759-1797 and Fanny Blood
    • Virginia Woolf 1882-1941 and Vita Sackville-West
    • A.E. Housman 1859-1936 and Moses Jackson
    • A.C. Benson
    • E.F. Benson
    • Alfred Lord Tennyson
    • Algernon Swinbourne 1837-1909
    • Andre Raffalovich and Canon John Gray
    • Cecil Beaton
    • James Agate
    • Christopher Isherwood 1904-1986 and Don Bachardy (still alive)
    • Denton Welch
    • Dirk Bogarde
    • Duncan Grant
    • E.M. Forster 1879-1970

    52. Town Planning
    Edward Carpenter (18441929) Close friend of Raymond Unwin. Socialist Philosopher- prescribed simple life healthy, vegetarian and democratic.
    Town Planning - A brief summary of some key
    dates and places and people , with links (Under construction/testing 15 Oct 99) Names and Places Links Robert Owen (1771-1858)
    New Lanark , Scotland
    Col Edward Ackroyd created early model villages to house his employees at Copley 1849-1853 and Ackroyden 1859 Sir Titus Salt (1803-1876) Saltaire 1853-1863 in West Yorkshire, a mid-Victorian industrial village built by Sir Titus Salt at the site of his Alpaca Wool spinning and weaving mill.
    Click start on the map for a tour and history

    W H Lever (1851-1925) with a social conscience coupled with an enthusiasm for architecture,art and town planning - created his own vision in Port Sunlight

    53. Gay And Lesbian Humanist - Piecing Together Percy
    Edward Carpenter (18441929) broached the topic in 1925, being keenly interestedin the androgyny of Shelley's personal appearance, psychology and poetry, most
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    John Lauritsen has just published a new edition of the English poet Percy Bysshe Shelley's translation of Plato's Symposium . Here, he looks at Shelley - one of the most prominent leaders of the Romantic movement - and male love, drawing on new material as well as old.
    Piecing Together Percy
    by John Lauritsen
    Percy Bysshe Shelley was a declared atheist from the age of nineteen, when he was sent down from Oxford for publishing a pamphlet, The Necessity of Atheism (1811). But was he gay? The waters have been muddied here by a campaign of disinformation waged by Shelley's widow, Mary, and her daughter-in-law, Lady Jane Shelley - a campaign described as "the fraudulent and mistaken efforts to turn the romantic, pagan Shelley, as Hogg, Peacock and Trelawny knew him in the flesh, into a Victorian angel suitable for enshrinement among the gods of respectability and convention." [ Smith Their efforts involved suppressing and bowdlerising Shelley's writings, destroying pages from diaries, attacking writers who told the truth and using forged letters to defame the character of Shelley's first wife, Harriett. Edward Carpenter (1844-1929) broached the topic in 1925, being keenly interested in the androgyny of Shelley's personal appearance, psychology and poetry, most notably

    54. Index
    Translate this page Spraque, 1877- , Editor Gutenberg Carlyle, Thomas, 1795-1881 Gutenberg Carpenter,Edward, 1844- Gutenberg Carpenter, Edward, 1844-1929 Gutenberg Carpenter
    Cabell, James Branch, 1879-1958 Gutenberg
    Caesar, Gaius Julius, ca. 100-44 BC Gutenberg
    Cahan, Abraham, 1860-1951 Gutenberg
    Caine, Hall, Sir, 1853-1931 Gutenberg
    Calamity Jane, 1852-1903 AKA: Burk, Martha Cannary, 1852-1903 Gutenberg
    Calderón de la Barca, Pedro, 1600-1681 Gutenberg
    Calhoun, John C. (John Caldwell), 1782-1850 Gutenberg
    Cambrensis, Giraldus, circa 1146-1223 Gutenberg Cambridge, Ada, 1844-1926 Gutenberg Camoes, Luis de Vaz, 1524?-1580 AKA: Camoes, Luis de, 1524?-1580 Gutenberg Camoes, Luis de, 1524?-1580 AKA: Camoes, Luis de Vaz, 1524?-1580 Gutenberg Campan, Jeanne Louise Henriette (Genet) 1752-1822 Gutenberg Campanella, Tommaso, 1568-1639 Gutenberg Canada Gutenberg Carboni, Raffaello, 1817-1875 Gutenberg Cardozo, Benjamin N. (Benjamin Nathan), 1870-1938 Gutenberg Carey, Rosa Nouchette, 1840-1909 Gutenberg Carhart, Margaret Spraque, 1877- , Editor

    55. U. Of Western Ontario /All Locations
    Author, Carpenter, Edward, 18441929. Title, Angels' wings, a series of essays onart and its relation to life, by Edward Carpenter; with nine full-page plates., Ludwig van, 1770-1827./dbeethove
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    AUTHOR TITLE SUBJECT MEDICAL SUBJECT WORD KEYWORD CALL NO Brescia University College Library Business Library Education Library Huron University College Library Music Library Law Library The D. B. Weldon Library Information and Media Studies Int'l Centre for Olympic Studies Electronic Resources Journals View Entire Collection Author Carpenter, Edward, 1844-1929. Title Publisher LOCATION CALL # STATUS DBW stack IN LIBRARY Description 248 p. front., 8 pl. 21 cm. Subject Art. Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827. LCCN (Search History) KEYWORD: ejournals and s:accounting (Clear Search History) (End Search Session)

    56. LEO ABSE Labour Politician & Author
    http// Edward Carpenter (18441929)Social reformer. http//
    This list includes gay men and lesbians, bisexuals and transsexuals, transvestites and impersonators of the opposite sex, and people whose homosexuality has been credibly inferred since their deaths. It also includes heterosexuals who have benefited the gay community by their work, their looks, or their value as role models, or who have opposed homosexuality in a counterproductive way. LEO ABSE (1917- Politician and author. Backbench Labour MP for thirty-nine years; famously got more legislation on to the statute book than any other backbencher. It was he who piloted through the House of Commons the 1967 Act partially decriminalising male homosexual acts. In 2000 he married a Polish electrician aged 33. J R ACKERLEY (1896-1967) PETER ACKROYD (1949- Author Sir HAROLD ACTON (1904-94) Historian and aesthete JOHN MARK AINSLEY (1963- Tenor

    57. Varför Ska Socialister Bry Sig Om Djur?
    G(eorge) Bernard Shaw (18561950), Henry Salt (1851-1939; som bland annat inspireradeMahatma Gandhi, 1869-1948), och Edward Carpenter (1844-1929), var alla
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    G(eorge) Bernard Shaw Henry Salt (1851-1939; som bland annat inspirerade Mahatma Gandhi , 1869-1948), och Edward Carpenter Frances Cobbe Charlotte Despard Henry Spira Peter Singer Marx och Hegel Australian Greens Barbara Noske Lizzy Lind af Hageby (1878-1963) och Leisa Schartau Lucifer ljusbringaren Hjalmar Branting Hinke Berggren och skrev. Utgivaren av tidningen, Valfrid Wilhelmsson I Sverige startades 1974 en tidning av ungdomsavdelningen hos Djurfront . En av de drivande, Johan Saxon (1859-1935), samt feministen Fredrika Bremer SvD
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    58. In Praise Of Nature Things Seen To Things Known Writing
    Song of Myself . from Carpenter's Towards Democracy Carpenter, Edward(18441929) After Civilization . from Jerome Rothenberg's Shaking

    59. Humboldt-Universität Zu Berlin
    The social and sexual reformer Edward Carpenter (18441929) was one of the firstEnglish authors to demand social recognition of same-sex relationships.
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    Sexual Orientation (Undergraduate/ Graduate course)
    Sexual Orientation The Gay Liberation Movement History of Sexual Orientation Research (Graduate course) Condition or Label? I Famous "Homosexuals"
    As Alfred C. Kinsey has pointed out, it is problematical to use the word "homosexual" to describe a person. Such labeling is often arbitrary and over-broad. Many people today have unrealistic ideas about what "homosexuals" are and how they behave. However, throughout history a great number of men and women (many of them quite famous) have felt sexually attracted to members of their own sex either occasionally or frequently or even exclusively. Some acted upon this feeling and were openly proud of it, others suppressed it and led very unhappy lives. Many were even persecuted by their contemporaries and came to a tragic end. The portraits below show some historical personalities who are know to have strong homosexual leanings, although not all of them acted them out. Obviously, the list is not meant to prove that such leanings make people in any way superior. Still, it can perhaps counteract certain false stereotypes. Gaius Julius Caesar
    (100-44 B.C.)

    60. Queer History Links
    Gender and Sexuality; Edward Carpenter Archives Important works by the pioneerBritish gay activist Edward Carpenter (18441929), edited by Simon Dawson;
    Queer History Links
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