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  1. Edward Carpenter 1844-1929: Prophet of Human Fellowship by Chushichi Tsuzuki, 2005-09-15
  2. The village and the landlord / by Edward Carpenter by Edward (1844-1929) Carpenter, 1907-01-01
  3. Edward Carpenter, 1844-1929: Democratic Author and Poet (Friends of Dr. Williams's Library. Lecture, 24th, 1970) by Edward Carpenter, 1970-01
  4. Edward Carpenter, 1844-1929 (Local studies leaflet) by Edward Hartley, 1979
  5. Biography - Carpenter, Edward (1844-1929): An article from: Contemporary Authors by Gale Reference Team, 2003-01-01
  6. Chants of labour : a song book of the people : with music / edited by Edward Carpenter; with 2 designs by Walter Crane by Edward (1844-1929). Walter Crane (ill.) Carpenter, 1922
  7. The intermediate sex : a study of some transitional types of men and women / by Edward Carpenter by Edward (1844-1929) Carpenter, 1930-01-01
  8. Loves coming-of-age by Edward (1844-1929) Carpenter, 1927-01-01
  9. From Adam's peak to Elephanta: sketches in Ceylon and India - [Contents: Ceylon.--A visit to a gnani.--India.--The old order and the new influences] by Edward (1844-1929) Carpenter, 1904
  10. EnglandÃ?¯Ã'¿Ã'½s ideal, and other papers on social subjects / by Edward Carpenter by Edward (1844-1929) Carpenter, 1887
  11. The intermediate sex : a study of some transitional types of men and women / by Edward Carpenter by Edward (1844-1929) Carpenter, 1912-01-01
  12. Towards democracy. Complete in four parts. By Edward Carpenter. by Carpenter. Edward. 1844-1929., 1912-01-01
  13. My days and dreams. being autobiographical notes. by Edward Carp by Carpenter. Edward. 1844-1929., 1916-01-01
  14. The writings of Edward Carpenter, 1844-1929: A survey with notes on their availability by Jonathan Cutbill, 1980

61. Queer Notions III Queer Left Legacy
The five thinkers I am going to briefly consider are Edward Carpenter (18441929),Harry Hay (b. 1912), Audre Lorde (1934-1992), Mario Mieli (d. mid 1980s
The Queer Left Legacy and Marxist-Humanism by Jennifer Pen In a monumental collection of over eight-hundred pages, entitled We Are Everywhere: A Historical Sourcebook of Gay and Lesbian Politics (1997), Shane Phelan and Mark Blasius have helped to make manifest a tangible queer left legacy. From the French Revolution to the present, they show that les-bi-gay voices have emerged in tandem with revolutionary movements, engaging directly with the thought of Marx in their search for a total uprooting of this exploitative society. One of the impressive aspects of this legacy is the universality of les-bi-gay thought, and its consistent connections to other freedom movements. What would it mean to critically study and develop this thought within a Marxist-Humanist Philosophy of revolution? Raya Dunayevskaya, speaking about the women’s liberation movement, said that women have been not merely hidden from history, but hidden from philosophy, which means that women were recognized as force, but not as Reason. This compares all too well to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered people, who have likewise been hidden; in fact, our liberation follows what I call the dialectics of silence and passion. This contradiction between passion and silence can result in both an invisibility as force, though queers have been an unacknowledged part of all freedom movements, and to an invisibility in thought.

62. Guide To Gay And Lesbian Resources: Index E
EducatorsNorth America 2024. Edward Carpenter, 18441929 prophet of humanfellowship 3562. Edward II (Motion picture) 3870. Edwards, George R. 3000.
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A B C D ... Z Each hand a map Early childhood educationMoral and ethical aspectsUnited States Early childhood educationSocial aspectsUnited States Early embraces : true-life stories of women describing their first lesbian experience The early homosexual rights movement (1864-1935) Earnshaw, Steven East Bay gay men's newsletter The easy way out Eating culture Eating fire : family life, on the queer side Ebert, Alan Ebo, Bosah L. Ebright, Lisa Eby, Carl P. EcofeminismReligious aspects EcologyReligious aspectsChristianity Edelman, Lee Edipo Gay : pieza en dos partes y cuatro cuadros EditorsUnited StatesBiography Edmonson, Roger EducationGreat BritainHistoryCross-cultural studies Education, HigherPolitical aspects Education, HigherPolitical aspectsUnited States Education, HigherSocial aspectsUnited States Education, HumanisticEngland Education, Medieval Education, research, and practice in lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered psychology : a resource manual EducationSocial aspects EducationUnited StatesBiographical methods EducationUnited StatesHistoryCross-cultural studies Educational equalizationEngland Educational sociology Educational surveysUnited States EducatorsNorth America Edward Carpenter, 1844-1929 : prophet of human fellowship

63. All-Info About English Culture - E.M. Forster (1879-1970)
Upon his return he paid a visit to Edward Carpenter (18441929), the English socialistreformer and writer, and was inspired to write a book about homosexual
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64. Authors C-F
18701938 Carey, Rosa Nouchette, 1840-1909 Carhart, Margaret Spraque, 1877- , EditorCarlyle, Thomas, 1795-1881 Carpenter, Edward, 1844-1929 Carpenter, John C
Home Author Title Topic ... Book Club The Worldwide Library making e-books available to everyone worldwide without charge now. WWL Author Index Start A B C ... Z
Cabell, James Branch, 1879-1958
Caesar, Gaius Julius, ca. 100-44 BC
Cahan, Abraham, 1860-1951
Caine, Hall, Sir, 1853-1931
Calamity Jane, 1852-1903 AKA: Burk, Martha Cannary, 1852-1903
Calderón de la Barca, Pedro, 1600-1681
Calhoun, John C. (John Caldwell), 1782-1850
Cambrensis, Giraldus, circa 1146-1223
Camoes, Luis de, 1524?-1580 AKA: Camoes, Luis de Vaz, 1524?-1580
Campan, Jeanne Louise Henriette (Genet) 1752-1822
Campanella, Tommaso, 1568-1639 Carboni, Raffaello, 1817-1875 Cardozo, Benjamin N. (Benjamin Nathan), 1870-1938 Carey, Rosa Nouchette, 1840-1909 Carhart, Margaret Spraque, 1877- , Editor Carlyle, Thomas, 1795-1881 Carpenter, Edward, 1844-1929 Carpenter, John C. Carr, Annie Roe Carrington, Hereward, 1880-1959 Carroll, Lewis, 1832-1898 AKA: Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge, 1832-1898 Carvalho, David Nunes, 1848-1925 Casanova de Saingalt, Jacques, 1725-1798 AKA: Casanova, Giacomo, 1725-1798

65. National Portrait Gallery A-Z Of Portrait Sitters (C)
Lady Almeria Carpenter (17521809), Daughter of George, Earl of Tyrconnel. 1 portrait.Edward Carpenter (1844-1929), Writer on social subjects. 5 portraits.
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Sitters A to Z A B C D E F G ...
Mr Cabassol
. 1 portrait.
Miss Cabben
. 3 portraits.
Baronne de Cabrol
. 1 portrait.
Harold Anthony Caccia, Baron Caccia of Abernant
(1905-1990), Diplomat. 2 portraits.
Egbert Cadbury
(1893-1967), Company director. 14 portraits.
Laurence John Cadbury
(1889-1982), Managing Director of Cadbury Bros. Ltd.. 1 portrait.
Tapper Cadbury
(1768-1860), Birmingham manufacturer and slavery abolitionist. 1 portrait.
Jean Cadell
(1884-1967), Actress. 3 portraits.
Robert Cadell
(1788-1849), Publisher. 1 portrait. Thomas Cadell the Elder (1742-1802), Publisher. 1 portrait. Francisco de Paula, Duke of Cadiz (1794-1865), Son of Charles IV, King of Spain. 1 portrait. John Cadman, 1st Baron Cadman (1877-1941), Scientist and public servant. 1 portrait. William Cadogan, 1st Earl Cadogan (1675-1726), General. 3 portraits. George Henry Cadogan, 5th Earl Cadogan (1840-1915), Statesman. 2 portraits. Gerald Oakley Cadogan, 6th Earl Cadogan (1869-1933), Trustee of British Museum and Chairman of British Olympic Council. 4 portraits. William Bromley Cadogan (1751-1797), Clergyman. 1 portrait.

66. Edward Carpenter. ‘Towards Democracy’
Edward Carpenter (18441929). This poem presents aspects of a major provincial industrial city shared by London.
E DWARD C ARPENTER This poem presents aspects of a major provincial industrial city shared by London. Towards Democracy Extract from Towards Democracy Part I (1883). As I walked restless and despondent through the gloomy city,
And saw the huge refuse-heaps writhing with children picking them over,
As I saw these, and as I saw again far away the Capitalist quarter,
I shuddered:
Then out of the crowd descending towards me came a ragged little boy;
And, in an instant (it was as if a trumpet had been blown in that place) I saw it all clearly, the lie I saw and the truth, the false dream and the awakening.
For the smoke-blackened walls and the tall chimneys, and the dreary habitations of the poor, and the drearier habitations of the rich, crumbled and conveyed themselves away as if by magic;
And instead, in the backward vista of that face, I saw the joy of free open life under the sun:

67. ECC Home Page - Gay Men's Weeks: Residentials In The Country
We chose the name in honour of Edward Carpenter (18441929), a utopian gay manwho lived for much of his life in a large rural house amongst a group of his
Edward Carpenter Community - Home Page
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We are glad that you have found the Edward Carpenter Community (ECC) which is a group of gay men committed to caring, trusting, personal growth, sharing, creativity and other principles and intentions aimed at nurturing 'community'. ECC is a non-profit organisation run voluntarily by gay men for gay men. ECC organises events for gay men to get together in a supportive environment as an alternative to the commercial scene. These pages gives information about ECC as well as details on how to become a member of ECC. We hope that you will decide to join us.
Gay Men's Weeks: residentials in the country
The main activity of the Edward Carpenter Community at the moment is running (and attending!) Gay Men's Weeks (and weekends, etc). These are residential events in large houses in the country, mostly in SW Scotland, and in and around the Lake District. Follow these links for:
How we started
Well, originally it was a housing co-op

68. Carpenter, Edward. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
Carpenter, Edward. 1844–1929, English author. 1. See the autobiographical My Daysand Dreams (1916); E. Delavenay, DH Lawrence and Edward Carpenter (1971). 2.
Select Search All All Reference Columbia Encyclopedia World History Encyclopedia World Factbook Columbia Gazetteer American Heritage Coll. Dictionary Roget's Thesauri Roget's II: Thesaurus Roget's Int'l Thesaurus Quotations Bartlett's Quotations Columbia Quotations Simpson's Quotations English Usage Modern Usage American English Fowler's King's English Strunk's Style Mencken's Language Cambridge History The King James Bible Oxford Shakespeare Gray's Anatomy Farmer's Cookbook Post's Etiquette Bulfinch's Mythology Frazer's Golden Bough All Verse Anthologies Dickinson, E. Eliot, T.S. Frost, R. Hopkins, G.M. Keats, J. Lawrence, D.H. Masters, E.L. Sandburg, C. Sassoon, S. Whitman, W. Wordsworth, W. Yeats, W.B. All Nonfiction Harvard Classics American Essays Einstein's Relativity Grant, U.S. Roosevelt, T. Wells's History Presidential Inaugurals All Fiction Shelf of Fiction Ghost Stories Short Stories Shaw, G.B. Stein, G. Stevenson, R.L. Wells, H.G. Reference Columbia Encyclopedia PREVIOUS NEXT ... BIBLIOGRAPHIC RECORD The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. Carpenter, Edward

69. Books By Subject:  Biography
Cambridge Harvard University Press. Tsuzuki, Chuschichi, Edward Carpenter, 18441929Prophet of Human Fellowship. Cambridge Cambridge University Press.

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70. Shergood Forest: Gay Nonfiction - Authors
John (1912 1992) Callow, Simon (b. 1949) Campbell, Rob Cant, Robert Capsuto, StevenCarlyle, Thomas (1795 - 1881) Carpenter, Edward (1844 - 1929) English poet
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71. Women And Marxism Authors-Carpenter
Women and Marxism Authors. Edward Carpenter. (1844 - 1929).Biography. 1879 From Love's Coming-of-Age The Intermediate Sex.
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72. The Political Graveyard: Politicians Who Were Born In 1844
Paul Capdevielle (18441922); George Moulton Carpenter (1844-1896); Asher Graham EdwardFrancis McDonald (1844-1892); Henry McMorran (1844-1929); Gustavus V
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73. Carpenter, Edward
Carpenter, Edward, 1844–1929, English author. Although ordained a ministerin 1869, he became a Fabian socialist in 1874 and renounced religion.

74. Part 2: Manuscripts, Cuttings, Pamphlets And Selected Publications
FABIAN ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL THOUGHT Series One The Papers of Edward Carpenter 18441929from Sheffield Archives Part 2 Manuscripts, Cuttings, Pamphlets and
Series One: The Papers of Edward Carpenter, 1844-1929, from Sheffield Archives
Part 2: Manuscripts, Cuttings, Pamphlets and Selected Publications
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Keith Nield
writing in Dictionary of Labour Biography (Volume VII) " "
Professor Robert K Martin
Department of English, Université de Montréal
from his chapter in The American Radical edited by Mari Jo Buble, Paul Buble and Harvey J Kaye
(Routledge 1996)
Other significant highlights include Diaries, 1915-1920; Notebooks and Commonplace Books, , and contain a variety of material on asia. Days with Walt Whitman Towards Democracy Narcissus The Promised Land Modern Science , and Civilisation " " Professor Chushichi Tsuzuki Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo, Japan Part 2: 26 reels of 35mm silver-halide positive microfilm Sterling Price: £2210 US Dollar Price: $3380 Available A single paperback guide accompanies both Parts 1 and 2 of Series One of this microfilm project. FABIAN ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL THOUGHT Series One: The Papers of Edward Carpenter 1844-1929 from Sheffield Archives Part 2: Manuscripts, Cuttings, Pamphlets and Selected Publications

75. Part 1: Correspondence And Manuscripts
FABIAN ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL THOUGHT Series One The Papers of Edward Carpenter 18441929from Sheffield Archives Part 1 Correspondence and Manuscripts MSS 270
Series One: The Papers of Edward Carpenter, 1844-1929, from Sheffield Archives
Part 1: Correspondence and Manuscripts
" The publication of the papers of individual Fabians in Fabian Economic and Social Thought is an extremely welcome addition to the sources available to scholars. As an archivist, I appreciate the saving of wear and tear of manuscripts when students can consult a microfilm reproduction. Scholars will be able to work on the material in the comfort of their own university libraries, with all other aids to research at hand - a great time saver. "
Patricia Pugh
Author of Educate, Agitate, Organize: 100 Years of Fabian Socialism (Methuen, 1984) In 1884 Carpenter joined the Fellowship of New Life. Other founding members included Havelock Ellis Olive Schreiner and Henry Salt , all of whom also feature in the correspondence files, as do Margaret Sanger and Marie Stopes . The members of the Fellowship later formed the Fabian Society and Carpenter was a regular guest speaker, as well as a full member from 1908-1929. Edward Carpenter was also involved in the foundation of a number of socialist societies. With

76. Movement For Anarchy - Biographies - Edward Carpenter
(1844.1929.). Edward Carpenter. Biography. Edward Carpenter Englishwriter identified with social reform and the late 19th-century
Edward Carpenter
Edward Carpenter English writer identified with social reform and the late 19th-century, anti-industrial arts and crafts movement.
He entered Cambridge in 1864 and was elected a fellow and ordained in 1869. In 1874, revolting against the social and religious conventions of his time, he became a travelling lecturer for the newly founded university ex tension movement, which attempted to serve people unable to attend the universities. Carpenter had long been influenced by the work of Walt Whitman, whose poetry had altered the course of his life and whose verse forms he followed in his long, unrhymed poem Towards Democracy (1883; expanded 1905). He had met Whitman on a visit to the United States in 1877. In 1883 he bought a small farm in Derbyshire, where he lived until 1922 with a succession of working-class friends. As a Socialist, he was a follower of William Morris and more interested in the reform of society and return to rural crafts than in political revolution. His papers on social subjects ( England's Ideal Civilization Its Cause and Cure , 1889, enlarged, 1921) brought him many visitors. These papers were widely translated, as were his later works on the relation of art to life (

77. Edward Carpenter: The Intermediate Sex
Back to People With a History. Edward Carpenter FULL NAME Edward CarpenterBORN 29 August 1844, Brighton DIED 28 June 1929, Guildford, aged 84.
Back to People With a History
Edward Carpenter: The Intermediate Sex: A Study of Some Transitional Types of Men and Women FULL NAME: Edward Carpenter
BORN: 29 August 1844, Brighton
DIED: 28 June 1929, Guildford, aged 84
"There are transitional forms between the metals and non-metals; between chemical combinations and simple mixtures, between animals and plants, between phanerogams and cryptogams, and between mammals and birds. . . . The improbability may henceforth be taken for granted of finding in Nature a sharp cleavage between all that is masculine on the one side and all that is feminine on the other; or that any living being is so simple in this respect that it can be put wholly on one side, or wholly on the other, of the line."
THE following papers, now collected in book-form, have been writtenand some of them publishedon various occasions during the last twelve or fourteen years, and in the intervals of other work; and this must be my excuse for occasional repetitions or overlapping of matter, which may be observable among them. I have thought it best, however, to leave them as they stand, as in this way each is more complete in itself. The second essay, which gives its title to the book, has already appeared in my Love's Coming-of-Age " (edition 1906), but is reprinted here as belonging more properly to this volume.

78. Who's Who & Who's Gay
Chief Nurse of Washington State National Gaurd Capote, Truman Carpenter, Edward (1844 - 1929) Poet, Social Activist, Early Gay Rights Activist Cather, Willa
Alphabetical Listing A B C D ... Z
Albee, Edward - Playwright
Alexander the Great - (356 - 323 B.C.) King of Greece, Conqueror
Alger Jr., Horatio
Andersen, Hans Christian - Writer
Anthony, Susan B. - (1820 - 1906) Suffragist, Abolitionist
Auden, W. H.
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Bacon, Sir Francis - (1561 - 1626) Essayist, Scholar
Baldwin, James - (1924 - 1987) Writer
Bankhead, Tallulah
Barber, Samuel
Barker, Clive - Writer, Director Beach, Sylvia Bennett, Michael Bernhardt, Sandra - Actress Bernstein, Leonard Bonheur, Rosa Bowie, David - Entertainer, Actor Brando, Marlon - Actor Britton, Benjamin Broughton, James - Poet Brown, Rita Mae - Writer Buchanan, James - U.S. President Burroughs, William S. (return to the top of the alphabetical list , or back to the list of indexes
Cammermeyer, Margarethe - (1942 -) Chief Nurse of Washington State National Gaurd Capote, Truman Carpenter, Edward - (1844 - 1929) Poet, Social Activist, Early Gay Rights Activist Cather, Willa - (1873 - 1947) Writer Clare, Arthur C.

79. Who's Who & Who's Gay
James US President Burroughs, William S. Capote, Truman Carpenter, Edward - (1844- 1929) Poet, Social Activist, Early Gay Rights Activist Clare, Arthur C
Listing by Gender Female Male
Anthony, Susan B. - (1820 - 1906) Suffragist, Abolitionist
Bankhead, Tallulah
Beach, Sylvia
Bernhardt, Sandra - Actress
Bonheur, Rosa
Brown, Rita Mae - Writer
Cammermeyer, Margarethe - (1942 -) Chief Nurse of Washington State National Gaurd
Cather, Willa - (1873 - 1947) Writer
Degeneres, Ellen - Actor, Comedian
Duse, Eleonore Earhart, Amelia - Aviator, Explorer Etheridge, Melissa - Entertainer Hall, Radclyffe Hawkins, Sophie B. Holiday, Billie - Blues Singer Jewel - Singer, Entertainer King, Billie Jean - Tennis Pro lang, k.d. - Singer, Entertainer Lowell, Amy Madame de Stael - (1766 - 1817) Political Analyst Monnier, Arienne Murphy, Diane Navratilova, Martina - Tennis Pro Nyro, Laura - (1948 - 1997) Songwriter Ray, Amy - Entertainer, Member of the Indigo Girls Roosevelt, Eleanor - (1884 - 1962) Social Activist Saint Vincent Millay, Edna - (1892 - 1950) Writer Saliers, Emily - Entertainer, Member of the Indigo Girls Sappho - (circa 600 B.C. - ?) Poet Shelley, Mary - Author Smith, Bessie

80. Matt & Andrej Koymasky - Famous GLTB C-1
Carné, Marcel, * 1909 + ? France, Filmmaker. Carpenter, Edward,* 1844 + 1929 - UK, Reformer, poet, philosopher. Carpenter, Kelly,* ?
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TO READ SOME DOCUMENTATION ABOUT THAT PERSONAGE Being this list too long, we split it in three parts;
from Caballero to Childs from Cho to Cornish from Corona to Czerny
Caballero, Luis
* ? + ? - Colombia - France
Figurative artist Cabrera, David * ? + ? - U.S.A. Minimalist artist Cabrera, Lydia * ? + ? - Cuba - U.S.A. Anthropologist, writer [+ Teresa de la Parra] Cadmus, Paul * 1904 + ? - U.S.A. Painter [+ Jon Andersson (singer, actor) for 35 yrs] Caesar, Julius * 100 + 44 BC - Rome See Julius Cage, John * 1912 + 1992 - U.S.A. Classical composer, music theorist Cagliostro, Alesandro Conte di * 1743 + 1795 - Italy Adventurer Caine, Hall * 1853 + 1931 - U.K. Novelist Caja, Jerome * 1958 + living - U.S.A. Artist * ? + ? - Mexico Writer, novelist (Dos mujeres) Califia, Pat * ? + living - U.S.A. Advice columnist, erotic writer and editor Caligula * 12 + 41 - Rome Emperor Call, Harold L. * 1917 + living - U.S.A. Activist Callen, Michael

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