The Trials of Radclyffe Hall by Diana Souhami

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The Trials of Radclyffe Hall

'“Fascinating and thorough. In style, substance, insight and wit it is by far the best thing anyone has written on the fateful life of Radclyffe Hall.” —Jeanette Winterson   “So candid, so vivid, so tragicomic . . . outrageously entertaining.” —The Daily Telegraph   “A fascinating account of a woman whose . . . novel became a landmark in the history of freedom of expression.” —The Observer   “Diana Souhami has given us a gripping biography and a marvelous piece of social history.” —The Sunday Telegraph'
'“Fascinating and thorough. In style, substance, insight and wit it is by far the best thing anyone has written on the fateful life of Radclyffe Hall.” —Jeanette Winterson   “So candid, so vivid, so tragicomic . . . outrageously entertaining.” —The Daily Telegraph   “A fascinating account of a woman whose . . . novel became a landmark in the history of freedom of expression.” —The Observer   “Diana Souhami has given us a gripping biography and a marvelous piece of social history.” —The Sunday Telegraph'
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781497683341 Pages: 424