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Wittgenstein's Nephew
David McLintock, Thomas Bernhard

The Well of Loneliness

The Well of Loneliness - Radclyffe Hall, Alison Hennegan Historical importance doesn't always make for much of a novel. Stephen comes across very much as a sort of Mary Sue for Hall herself whose ideas about gender roles, class, race, and religion reveal her own degree of privilege. Rather than loving women, I felt as if she held them in contempt.