Review ì The Well of Loneliness


  • Paperback
  • 608
  • The Well of Loneliness
  • Radclyffe Hall
  • English
  • 11 July 2018
  • 9781784870324

10 thoughts on “The Well of Loneliness

  1. says:

    it should be MANDATORY that everyone reads this book everyone there isn't anything too astounding about her writing style and nothing too deep about it either anyone could pick up this book and see clearly everything she's very clea

  2. says:

    If you are looking for cheerful and uplifting don’t start here the title gives it away The main protagonist is Stephen Gordon named Stephen because her father wanted a boy and stuck with the chosen name when a girl arrived This is a very English novel“Not very far from Upton on Severn–between it in fact and the Malvern Hills–stands the country seat of the Gordons of Bramberly; well timbered well cottaged well fenced and well water

  3. says:

    what could have been a fascinating chronicle of a tough butch interloper challenging mainstream society becomes the drippy tale of a woman who just wants to be loved and the cruel little bitch who leads her on oh what a deep well the writing's pretty swell though that can't be denied tres elegante i was reminded of em forster's eually drippy eually beautiful but rather enjoyable Maurice plus i actually preferr

  4. says:

    ‘God’ she gasped we believe; we have told You we believe We have not denied You then rise up and defend us Acknowledge us oh God before the whole world Give us also the right to our existence’ First things f

  5. says:

    I read The Well of Loneliness because of was very interested in reading novels on homosexuality I needed something

  6. says:

    this book was banned in England on publication in 1928 which of course made it a huge bestseller and as it was published in France a

  7. says:

    If one thinks of The Well of Loneliness as having been written by a homophobic sexist straight man then it begins to make sense The central character and stand in for author Radclyffe Hall is not a self loathing lesbian at all he's a

  8. says:

    Recently in these parts I declared that this novel was so dull that today it is essentially unreadable and that its lasting importa

  9. says:

    James Douglas editor of the Sunday Express wrote Am well aware that sexual inversion and perversion are horrors which exist among us today They flaunt themselves in public places I would rather give a healthy boy or a healthy girl a phial of prussic acid than this novel ‘’If our love is a sin then heaven must be full of such ten

  10. says:

    Alternative title The deep deep pitiful well of loneliness I mean I knew this would be sad but I hoped it wouldn't be uite as despairing I suppose the clue was in the name and the fact this is early 20th century lesbian fiction which we all kn

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The Well of Loneliness

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Marguerite Radclyffe Hall was born on the south coast of England Her mother may have battered her while her father a playboy known as 'Rat' ignored her In the drawing rooms of Edwardian society Marguerite made a small name for herself as a poet and librettist In she met a The Well ePUB À middle aged fashionable singer Mrs Mabel Batten known as 'Ladye who introduced her to influential people Batte.