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Elizabeth Crawford

March 2018

'Of all Persephone titles, William - an Englishman is one that I particularly admire. Cicley Hamilton was her own woman, forensic in her analysis of society and its foibles. Modern readers may be surprised that in the novel she reveals a visceral distaste for the militant wing of the suffrage movement. But it is good to be surprised and William - an Englishman provides ample food for thought.'


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