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Banner: Tales From The Vault! Canadian Pulp Fiction 1940-1952
Table of Contents
About Tales From the Vault!
Introduction
Canadian Pulp Industry
English Pulp Collection
French Pulp Collection
Themes
Corrupting Morals
Decline of the Pulps
Effects of the Pulps

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Educational Resources
Letters to the Editor
Credits

Sister of the Damned, no. 21 (May 1949)

Also advertised under the title These Are My Sisters, Crow Editions' Sister of the Damned justified its salacious subject matter, which included coded lesbianism, by purporting to be a "'manuscript from a madhouse' that was never meant for publication but was originally written by the author in her own attempt to escape insanity." Lara Jefferson is pen name, and it is more than likely that the actual author was male.

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