Bad Blood

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Fourth Estate, 2001 - Hanmer (Wales) - 281 pages
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From a childhood of gothic proportions in a vicarage on the Welsh borders, through her adolescence, leaving herself teetering on the brink of the 1960s, Lorna Sage brings to life a vanished time and place, and illuminates the lives of three generations of women.

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User Review  - Cait - Goodreads

Really enjoyed this, at times it kind of reminded me of Cider With Rosie. Liked the inclusion of the photographs (one of Lorna and her brother reminded me of one of me and my brother). Would have ... Read full review

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User Review  - Pixie - Goodreads

Not being familiar with Lorna Sage, I read this strictly from an interest in autobiography. I found myself waiting for something, anything to happen, but the story was told in such a gray, weary manner, even the "big" events in her life seemed mundane. Read full review

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Lorna Sage was a professor of English at the University of East Anglia. Her previous books include Women in the House of Fiction, The Cambridge Guide to Women's Writing in English, and a short monograph on Angela Carter. Lorna Sage died in Januray 2001

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