|Format:||Large Print 2015|
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Dorothy Richardson is barely above poverty when she's invited for a weekend with a childhood friend who has recently married a writer on the brink of fame. His name is H.G. Wells. They call him Bertie. Dorothy notices his grey-blue eyes taking her in, signaling approval. He tells her he and Jane are free to take lovers, and Dorothy free-falls into an affair with Bertie. Then a beautiful new boarder arrives at the house. Amidst the personal dramas, Dorothy finds her voice as a writer.
|Series||Thorndike Press large print peer picks.|
Wells, H. G.
-- (Herbert George),
Women -- England -- London -- Fiction.
Boardinghouses -- England -- London -- Fiction.
Triangles (Interpersonal relations) -- Fiction.
Self-realization in women -- Fiction.
Large type books.
|Publisher|| Waterville, Maine :2015
|Edition||Large print edition.|
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