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Michael David Sibalis. “The Regulation of Male Homosexuality in Revolutionary and Napoleonic France, 1798-1815.” In Homosexuality in Modern France, eds. Jeffrey Merrick and Bryant T. Ragan, Jr. (Oxford University Press: North Carolina, 1996) pp. 80-101.