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  1. Edward Carpenter. Edward Carpenter ( Hove, Sussex, 29 de agosto de 1844 - Guilford, Surrey, 28 de junio de 1929) fue un escritor, poeta y filósofo socialista, antologista y activista homosexual británico . Se dio a conocer a finales del siglo XIX y principios del XX en Gran Bretaña, siendo además una figura clave para la fundación de la ...

  2. Edward Carpenter (29 August 1844 – 28 June 1929) was an English utopian socialist, poet, philosopher, anthologist, an early activist for gay rights and prison reform whilst advocating vegetarianism and taking a stance against vivisection. As a philosopher he was particularly known for his publication of Civilisation: Its Cause and Cure.

  3. Edward Carpenter (right) with his lover George Merrill Edward Carpenter was a hugely influential socialist, critic, writer, poet, thinker, vegetarian, and mystic. Not so well known today, he was a pioneering supporter of many progressive causes we now take for granted, including women’s rights and sexual reform. His radically different lifestyle became a symbol of liberation from the ...

  4. Edward Frederick Carpenter KCVO (27 November 1910 – 26 August 1998) was an Anglican priest and author. Life. Carpenter was a native Londoner and the city featured prominently in his life and priestly ministry. He was educated at Strode's Grammar School and King's College London and ordained in 1936.

    • 27 November 1910
    • 1974–1985
  5. 28/01/2018 · Edward Carpenter in letter to Walt Whitman Often, the history of the queer community can only be found in whispers. When carefully kept records fail, by accident or malice, we must look for ourselves in between the lines of the world around us.

  6. Edward Carpenter (1844 -1929) was a significant cultural and political activist, who advocated the ‘Simplification of Life’ and put his beliefs into practice. He campaigned throughout his life on many issues of social concern, ranging from women's suffrage to the protection of the environment, from sexual emancipation to the formation of trade unions.

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    Edward Carpenter is a compelling portrait of a man described by contemporaries as a 'weather-vane' for his times. Edward Carpenter won the Lambda Literary Award for Gay Biography in 2008. The Lambda Literary Awards seek to recognize excellence in the field of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trasgender literature.

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