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Chatto & Windus, 40–42 William IV Street, Charing Cross, London WC2.
In 1936, Charlotte Wolff’s Studies in Hand-Reading was published with analysis of the palms of Horst P. Horst, Aldous and Julian Huxley, Man Ray and Virginia Woolf, among others.
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Brennan, Toni Lee. Charlotte Wolff’s contribution to psychology and to the history of sexuality (doctoral thesis). University of Surrey, 2011. Surrey Research Insight Open Access, http://epubs.surrey.ac.uk/id/eprint/843115. Accessed 25 March 2021.
Desideri, Valentina. Handreading Studies. Kunstverein Publishing, 2018.
Hawkey, Christian. “N Ear Flowers Re Fre/nd: A Poets’ Play.” Floor journal, no. 2, 10 October 2013, http://floorjournal.com/2013/10/10/n-ear-flowers-re-frend-a-poets-play/. Accessed 12 March 2021.
Rappold, Claudia. Charlotte Wolff (1897–1986). Ärztin, Psychotherapeutin, Wissenschaftlerin und Schriftstellerin. Hentrich und Hentrich, 2005.
Wolff, Charlotte. Studies in Hand-Reading. Translated by O.M. Cook, Chatto & Windus, 1936.
Wolff, Charlotte. “The Form and Dermatoglyphs of the Hands and Feet of certain Anthropoid Apes.” Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, vol. 107, Series A, Part 3, September 1937, pp. 347–350. ZSL, doi: doi.org/10.1111/j.1096-3642.1937.tb00816.x. Accessed 7 March 2021.
Wolff, Charlotte. “A Comparative Study of the Form and Dermatoglyphs of the Extremities
of Primates.” Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, vol. 108, Series A, Part 1, April 1938, pp. 143–161. ZSL, doi: doi.org/10.1111/j.1469-7998.1938.tb00025.x. Accessed 7 March 2021.
Wolff, Charlotte. The Human Hand. Methuen, 1942.
Wolff, Charlotte. A Psychology of Gesture. Methuen, 1945.
Wolff, Charlotte. Love between Women. Gerald Duckworth, 1971.
Wolff, Charlotte. Bisexuality. A Study. Quartet, 1977.
Wolff, Charlotte. Augenblicke verändern uns mehr als die Zeit. Eine Autobiographie. Translated by Michaela Huber, Beltz Verlag, 1982.
Wolff, Charlotte. Magnus Hirschfeld. A Portrait of a Pioneer in Sexology. Quartet, 1986.
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Julian Huxley was the director of London Zoo from 1935 to 1942 and worked closely with emigrant photographers, artists and architects, including Berthold Lubetkin, Erna Pinner and Wolf Suschitzky.
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In 1938, the London publisher Country Life published the Animal Language sound book which featured text by Julian Huxley, audio records produced by Ludwig Koch and photographs by Ylla.
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