Lover Other: The Story of Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore
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Lover Other: The Story of Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore
During WWII, Jewish stepsisters Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore gained notoriety and made headlines time and again - not simply because of their unapologetic, quasi-incestuous lesbian involvement with one another, but thanks to their subversive anti-Nazi operations. Originally fixtures in the Parisian avant-garde during the 1920s, Moore and Cahun moved together to the Channel Island of Jersey, off the Normandy coast, as the war set in. Astonishingly, they somehow managed to retain security and immunity from capture in the face of the building Nazi threat - until their pamphlets appeared, urging… More