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Edge of Twilight was originally published as "pulp fiction" in 1959, its paperback covering proclaiming: "One of the most candid and challenging novels ever written about today's women who dare to live in that outcast world of 'twilight' love." In other words, lesbians. Unlike many other novels about lesbians of that period, Edge of Twilight doesn't end with suicide or utterly destroyed lives. It tells of the internal struggles of Val, who must choose between marriage to Don or life with a woman. The novel shows how Val comes to terms with who she is, and doesn't punish her for doing so. The writing is earnest, but far from brilliant. It's worth reading as an historical document of how much things have changed, and haven't changed, in the past fifty years.
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This wasn't great pulp. It was remarkable in that it did have a happy ending and it did end with the main character realising she was a lesbian and going to join her lover. But their relationship was ... Read full review
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