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The Haunted Woman
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The Haunted Woman

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Author: David Lindsay
Publisher: Canongate Books Ltd., 1987
Gollancz, 1947
Methuen, 1922
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Book Type: Novel
Genre: Fantasy
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Engaged to a decent but unexceptional man, Isbel Lomont leads an empty life, moving with her aunt from hotel to hotel. She is perverse and prickly with untapped resources of character and sensibility. They explore by chance a strange house and there Isbel meets Judge, its owner; a profoundly disturbing relationship develops and it is from this that the drama unfolds. The conventional code of manners and morality on the surface of this book contrasts dramatically with its daring insight and intuition –almost as if it had been written by two men, just as two woman inhabit Isbel.


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