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Ryōsei guyū : Yōroppa bunka no naka no "aimaina sonzai" no rekishi / Patorikku Guraiyu; Yoshida Harumi yaku
両性具有 : ヨーロッパ文化のなかの「あいまいな存在」の歴史 = Les hermaphrodites / パトリック・グライユ; 吉田春美訳
Bib ID 3667729
Format BookBook
Author
Graille, Patrick
 
Uniform Title Les hermaphrodites. Japanese
Description Tōkyō : Hara Shobō , 2003 
東京 : 原書房, 2003 
244 p. : ill. ; 20 cm. 
ISBN 456203629X
Series

Sex and gender collection, Japanese.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Hermaphrodicism -- History.  |  Hermaphroditism -- Social aspects.  |  Androgyny (Psychology)
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Les hermaphrodites

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