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Clancier, A. (1994). Virginia Woolf et la bisexualité. Rev. fr. psychanal., 58(1):231-236.

(1994). Revue française de psychanalyse, 58(1):231-236

Virginia Woolf et la bisexualité

Anne Clancier

Au début du XXe siècle en Angleterre, le groupe de Bloomsbury devint un foyer de liberté par opposition au puritanisme victorien. La libération sexuelle fut revendiquée. Parmi les écrivains de ce groupe, Virginia Woolf illustra dans son roman Orlando le thème de la bisexualité.

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