The Economics of Libido: Psychic Bisexuality, the Superego,

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At least one author of an officially licensed tie–in novel understood Ianto to be bisexual. This is an issue on which the fundamentals of public opinion change glacially. So she finds herself trying to escape from Castle Leoch and her Scottish captors, trying to get back to her husband Frank, trying to avoid being recaptured by Captain Randall—and falling in love with Jamie Fraser, the young man she’s been forced to marry. From beautifully illustrated picture books through captivating juvenile fiction and compelling novels for teen readers to professionally-written teachers' guides, Orca is dedicated to bringing the best possible books to young readers

Pages: 200

Publisher: Karnac Books (March 18, 2015)

ISBN: 1782201777

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