"Different from the others"
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bookThe service employee Irene struggles with her affection for women. Until now, she did not know the strong feelings that the conductor Kathy awakens in her. She wants to give in to them and experience a fulfilled life. But this affection must not be, the love for another woman must not be. Self-hatred fills her and she appeals to her pride and her right to love.
The story of Irene is an important testimony of the time, which tells in detail about the life of single and woman-loving women in the 50s.
Ingrid Erne (1906 – 1990) grew up in Aargau and later lived in the city of Zurich. She worked in the hospitality industry, but then became self-employed as a representative of a textile company. It was not until 1990 that Ida Erne visited the literary scholar Madeleine Marti to publish her story. It was not until 32 years after her death that the book was published by eFeF-Verlag.
editorDr. Madeleine Marti, researches and publishes in the fields of lesbian literature, women's and lesbian movement in Switzerland.
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