Ashe of rings, and other writings
Includes a preface by Butts' biographer Nathalie Blondel. In the newly reissued classic first novel of modernist English writer Mary Butts, a drama reverberating with visionary energy, "Ashe Of Rings" enacts a struggle of rightful succession to the guardianship of site of sacred mystery. While World War I rages in the background, a young Englishwoman summons her band of friends to confront treachery and to fight her disinheritance from her mother.
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