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Can we have yuri related stuff with a romantic, dreamy, 1800s/early 1900s school girl style?

like something David Hamilton, don't worry mods I will only be dumping completely non-pornographic stuff would do, it is a little hard to find this stuff and I don't actually have any pictures saved so excuse me if I take some time dumping the initial pictures.

Pic-related is from the film Picnic at Hanging Rock, 2D and 3D apply (because it is harder to find in 2D)
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I can't find shit in 2d, ah fuck it
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>>2769195
actually that wasn't too much of a good idea, have this one
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I have been waiting years for a thread like this. I don't have any images to contribute unfortunately, but I love the idea of yuri from this time period.
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This thread is kinda spooky.
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>>2769217
I agree.
And I completely misread what I thought it was going to be about. When I said I have been waiting years, I meant for anime-style art of victorian era yuri. It took me a while to re-examine this thread and realize that this ain't my bag.
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>>2769213
Whoopsie I take this back.
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>>2769217
Spooky yuri is best yuri
>>2769213
If you want, you can still post Victorian era yuri. There aren’t much stuff around these days like this, and no one else really has the same feel for this aesthetic as I do now with the move to flash nu-age stuff, so you might as well
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>>2769222
Also, anime is something I originally wanted in this thread. I just couldn’t find anything myself.
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It’s still up?
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>>2769166
Speaking of the film Picnic at Hanging Rock, have you seen the recent miniseries version? It is EVEN GAYER.
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>>2769284
While the art isn't quite as dreamy, A Little Lily Princess is entirely based around victorian schoolgirls and a book where they were innocently called 'queer' and 'gay' all the time.
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ebi-hime also does old fashioned girls in her games
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>>2779024
This stuff seems quite fitting, anyone you recommend?
>>2779017
I heard it wasn’t as good or atmospheric as the original, it was the great atmosphere that made the subtle yuri more impactful imo. Why does the 21st century BBC have to be so dry and lifeless?
>>2769166
Proust has a good passage as well:
https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/matthewrochon.com/2018/02/11/swanns-way-excerpt-mlle-vinteuil-sadism/amp/
Great stuff
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>>2769166
>What is Yuri Kuma Arashi
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>>2783625
>I heard it wasn’t as good or atmospheric as the original
I actually never saw the movie, only clips from it
I think the series was actually an australian production that the bbc broadcast though not their original?
honestly I was mostly watching because I could watch Natalie Dormer play dressup all day, but the girl they had for Sara was utterly adorable
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so /u/, is carol an interesting movie to watch?
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>>2788965
I thought it wasn't very good. It was so try-hard. Big-budget Hollywood studios just don't get it.
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>>2789434
lol, pleb.
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>>2789659
What am I looking at here? Who would even notice that stuff? Seems more likely that the movie just happened to use the same location that a YKA artist used though. I can't believe anyone would rip off a random yuri anime.
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>>2790002
But is that the original or the remake?
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>>2790002
Suspiria is apparently a semi-famous cult horror film from the 70's. The claim I think is that the YKA artists ripped off Suspiria.
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>>2769222
Not sure if it fits your boat, but "Maison de Maid" has that kind of Victorian era setting.
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Kureha also lives in the Psycho house
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>>2788963
Watch the film, please do, it is an utter masterpiece
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>>2791805
Movies are gay.
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>>2791810
no u
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>>2790759
That's pretty neat.
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Bump
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Has anyone read anything by Collete?
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I don't know if any of this artist's work is actually gay, but it is dreamy
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>>2808402
Sure, she's awesome.
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>>2769166
Well there is this
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>>2808402
I actually bother to read her Claudine’s books and they weren’t bad. The first book read strangely like a typical yuri manga but in a good way.
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>>2769166
>don't worry mods I will only be dumping completely non-pornographic stuff
Pvssy
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>>2779022
lol I read that book not too long ago. Had to actually look up gay on the dictionary cause I couldn't believe my eyes.

>Not native english boi
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history dykes
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>>2769166
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>>2790002
YKA is definitely referencing the original Suspiria, since the film was mostly shot on set. Those rooms don't actually exist anywhere.

>>2790221
Weak ending aside, it's one of the best films ever made.
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>>2827738
Apparently Ikuhara is a big fan of Dario Argento.

Am I the only one that Inferno's Matter Tenebrarum remind me to Zettai Unmei Mokushiroku?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MxPig78E844
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>>2819749
Class S was inspired by novels like Colette. My two cents but the culture shift in the west after the two wars so suddenly people became concious that maybe girls holding hands and making love promises for life to each other wasn't a good idea, among many, many other things while Japan fought hard to maintain their same shitty culture from before the war, supported by America as an attempt to stopping the commies. Maybe yuri is the natural evolution of Colette, Anne of the Green Gables, etc. if the culture didn't shift. Still a very niche market though
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What about the 50s-60s? I love Carol and this show really is giving out that vibe. Plus I heard its quite popular and will be getting a 2nd season.
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>>2827730
I kinda hate the fact despite how popular Colette's novel were at the time; both adaptations of Claudine at school are pretty bad and take out all of the 'yuri' subtext in them.
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>>2832361
How yuri are we talking about, and is there a bad end?
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>>2827774
>Class S was inspired by novels like Colette.
How do you figure...? I have never heard of people like 吉屋信子 being influenced by similar Western books... Meanwhile there was an actual pre-war subculture called "S" in Japanese girls schools (mainly ones started by Christian missionaries) that was even reported on in pre-war newspapers (girls trying to commit double-suicides together and stuff like that). It seems much more likely that this is where the original class S authors drew their inspiration.
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>>2832361
What graphic novel is this panel from?
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>>2834920
Wikipedia talks about that subculture being affected by Western novels like Little Women and A Little Princess. The fact that it started in schools started by Westerners is a clue, as is the enduring presence of motifs associated with Western refinement in yuri like macarons, black tea, classical piano music etc.
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>>2835108
No offense but that wikipedia article's sources look extremely sketchy. Considering the fact that there seems to be no mention of Louisa May Alcott in the Japanese wikipedia pages for 少女小説, 吉屋信子, or 花物語, and the fact that Little Women wasn't even translated into Japanese until 1906 while the first 少女雑誌 (https://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/少女界) began circulation in 1902, I'm going to have to chalk this one up to clueless Westerners making stuff up about Japan.

I am open to being proved wrong though.
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>>2835315
The source for that claim in the Wikipedia article is a peer-reviewed paper by a Japanese woman whose doctoral thesis was on Japanese girls' culture and its origins in American girls' culture. I'd imagine she knows what she's talking about, though who knows if the Wikipedia editors are citing her properly.
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>>2832361
both adaptations? I think Claudine At School has had several adaptations by now... but I guess they aren't easily accessible
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>>2835327
Yes, I even skimmed the paper, but I didn't find it convincing because it seems to have been published in an extremely low quality journal (IF of 0.07 according to https://www.researchgate.net/journal/1540-5931_The_Journal_of_Popular_Culture, meaning papers published in this journal are hardly ever cited by other researchers) and like I said I have never seen Louisa May Alcott discussed in connection with S before.

However, after doing more research I did find this https://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:Ep0P_it20aQJ:https://rikkyo.repo.nii.ac.jp/%3Faction%3Drepository_action_common_download%26item_id%3D5345%26item_no%3D1%26attribute_id%3D18%26file_no%3D1+&cd=2&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ca which provides direct quotes from 吉屋信子, so I'm convinced that she at least was influenced by these books. I am still sceptical about how much of an influence they had on S as a whole, I think it's much more likely that it was influenced by Japan's opening up to American ideas and missionary schools in general and not these specific books which most Japanese schoolgirls would not even have had access to.
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>>2835742
Yeah.
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>>2835785
>posts on /u/ are more entertaining and accurate than a doctoral thesis
Not that I mind. Thanks for writing, anon, is interesting.
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>>2832508
In Claudine in School; Claudine falls for her older teacher and they started a relationship after that. Claudine also at one point feels like she's in love with her teacher but their relationship gets cut off; when she pretty much gets NTR by the headmistress of the school who takes the teacher as a lover soon and after that Claudine kinda tries to win her back but fails.

>>2834954
It's a French comic adaption of the book.




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