Diana of the Crossways
C. Scribner's sons, 1897 - 415 pages
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - wiredfromback - LibraryThing
A recent review: Even though the book's more than a century old, this's some of the most beautiful, sophisticated and original prose that one can encounter. Content doesn't matter when it is art for art's sake. Read full review
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Diana of the Crossways is a novel that was closely modeled on the life of Caroline Norton, a Victorian feminist who famously separated from her husband, later having an affairs with a rising ... Read full review