The Price of Salt (Homosexuality)

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"Their eyes met at the same instant, Therese glancing up from a box she was opening, and the woman just turning her head so she looked directly at Therese. She was tall and fair, her long figure graceful in the loose fur coat that she held open with a hand on her waist. Her eyes were gray, colorless, yet dominant as light or fire, and caught by them, Therese could not look away." This chance meeting in a department store launches one of the greatest love stories in the history of lesbian pulp fiction! It doesn't take young Therese long to fall in love with Carol, an older woman in the middle of a nasty divorce and custody battle. Carol is, at first, cautious... but she is lonely and somewhat surprised by Therese's bold pursuit. What follows is an adventure with dangerous implications and a romance that changes both their lives forever. Written pseudonymously by Patricia Highsmith – the author of Strangers on a Train and The Talented Mr. Ripley – The Price of Salt is a story you'll want to read again and again.

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A chance encounter between two lonely women leads to a passionate romance in this lesbian cult classic. Therese, a struggling young sales clerk, and Carol, a homemaker in the midst of a bitter divorce, abandon their oppressive daily routines for the freedom of the open road, where their love can blossom. But their newly discovered bliss is shattered when Carol is forced to choose between her child and her lover.
Author Patricia Highsmith is best known for her psychological thrillers Strangers on a Train and The Talented Mr. Ripley. Originally published in 1952 under a pseudonym, The Price of Salt was heralded as "the novel of a love society forbids." Highsmith's sensitive treatment of fully realized characters who defy stereotypes about homosexuality marks a departure from previous lesbian pulp fiction. Erotic, eloquent, and suspenseful, this story offers an honest look at the necessity of being true to one's nature.
Dover (2015) republication of the edition originally published by Bantam Books, New York, 1953.
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About the Author:

Patricia Highsmith is the author of classics such as Strangers on a Train and The Talented Mr Ripley. Born in Texas, she spent much of her life in England, France and Switzerland. She died in 1995 in Locarno, Switzerland.

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Claire Morgan
Editore: Ayer Company Publishers, Incorporated
ISBN 10: 0405073844 ISBN 13: 9780405073847
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Descrizione libro Ayer Company Publishers, Incorporated. Hardcover. Condizione libro: Good. Dust Cover Missing. Light shelving wear with minimal damage to cover and bindings. Pages show minor use. Codice libro della libreria G0405073844I3N01

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Morgan, Claire [pseudonym of Patricia Highsmith]
Editore: Arno Press, New York (1975)
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Descrizione libro Arno Press, New York, 1975. Hardcover. 276p., very good first printing of the Arno Press facsimile reprint edition in orange cloth boards. The 1952 Coward-McCann edition is Grier A*** Homosexuality: Lesbians and Gay Men in Society, History and Literature, general editor; Jonathan Katz. Originally published by Coward-McCann in 1952. Pseudonym of mystery writer Patricia Highsmith of Ripley fame. Codice libro della libreria 39036

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