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The Unlit Lamp by Radclyffe Hall

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The Unlit Lamp
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Publisher: eBooks@Adelaide
ISBN/ASIN: B004ECI5FC
Number of pages: 332

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The story of Joan Ogden, a young girl who dreams of setting up a flat in London with her friend Elizabeth (a so-called Boston marriage) and studying to become a doctor, but feels trapped by her manipulative mother's emotional dependence on her. This novel portrays the love -- and hate -- that can exist between women. Joan's mother binds her daughter to her with hoops of steel, a trap which nothing can spring no career, no man and certainly no woman.

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