Contract with the World: A Novel by Jane Rule

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Contract with the World: A Novel

'“Rule's persistent theme is the tyranny of conventional morality, which marginalizes the handicapped and nonconforming, set against a more generous and innovative concept of community, which values human differences.” —Contemporary Novelists “This is good writing. You know it from the first page: the wonderful relief of being in competent hands, the sense of adventure in language, in characterization, in perception. It is a fine portrait of a generation.” —Kate Millett “Her most outspoken and most sensitively handled book to date.”—Margaret Atwood “[Jane Rule was an] extraordinary writer—perhaps the most significant lesbian fiction writer of the 20th century.” —Katherine V. Forrest, author of Curious Wine'
'“Rule's persistent theme is the tyranny of conventional morality, which marginalizes the handicapped and nonconforming, set against a more generous and innovative concept of community, which values human differences.” —Contemporary Novelists “This is good writing. You know it from the first page: the wonderful relief of being in competent hands, the sense of adventure in language, in characterization, in perception. It is a fine portrait of a generation.” —Kate Millett “Her most outspoken and most sensitively handled book to date.”—Margaret Atwood “[Jane Rule was an] extraordinary writer—perhaps the most significant lesbian fiction writer of the 20th century.” —Katherine V. Forrest, author of Curious Wine'
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781480429451 Pages: 343