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Bel Mooney

March 2016

'Like Susan Glaspell's wonderful Brook Evans, Fidelity addresses the issue of female 'transgression' and autonomy in a repressive age. But Fidelity is a greater, much bolder book and was condemned as 'unwholesome' by critics on publication in 1915. Rich and complex, this extraordinary novel anatomises a woman's desire for freedom and the end of a marriage with rare insight and compassion.'

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