The Young in One Another's Arms: A Novel by Jane Rule

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The Young in One Another's Arms: A Novel

'“[Jane Rule was an] extraordinary writer—perhaps the most significant lesbian fiction writer of the 20th century.” —Katherine V. Forrest, author of Curious Wine   “Jane Rule’s The Young in One Another’s Arms is a mature and satisfying work that definitely stands the test of time.” —Bay Area Reporter   “While Rule’s writing may be pedagogical it is never didactic and the book stands up to the intervening years so that as contemporary readers we may not only assess our progress but do it while reading a good story by one of our most iconic writers.” —Xtra!   “Jane Rule is one of our finest writers . . . The Young in One Another’s Arms will provide a clear example of how deserving this reputation is. This tale of Ruth and her boarding house inhabitants will move and enchant you.” —Wayves   “A classic that would be an asset to any collection.” —American Library Association GLBTRT Newsletter  '
'“[Jane Rule was an] extraordinary writer—perhaps the most significant lesbian fiction writer of the 20th century.” —Katherine V. Forrest, author of Curious Wine   “Jane Rule’s The Young in One Another’s Arms is a mature and satisfying work that definitely stands the test of time.” —Bay Area Reporter   “While Rule’s writing may be pedagogical it is never didactic and the book stands up to the intervening years so that as contemporary readers we may not only assess our progress but do it while reading a good story by one of our most iconic writers.” —Xtra!   “Jane Rule is one of our finest writers . . . The Young in One Another’s Arms will provide a clear example of how deserving this reputation is. This tale of Ruth and her boarding house inhabitants will move and enchant you.” —Wayves   “A classic that would be an asset to any collection.” —American Library Association GLBTRT Newsletter  '
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781480479203 Pages: 256