Radclyffe Hall


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English writer whose novel about a lesbian relationship was banned in Britain for many years (1883-1943)

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If we shift the definition of modernism in this way, the works of Willa Cather, Radclyffe Hall, Natalie Clifford Barney, Renee Vivien, and Elizabeth Bowen, among others, seem more related to modernism than we have been led to believe.
Noting that Diana Souhami in The Trials of Radclyffe Hall (1998) posits that Hall was probably dyslexic, Dellamora argues that Batten and Troubridge served as collaborators, correcting Hall's drafts to make them presentable before submission for publication.
Writing by the Light of The Well: Radclyffe Hall and the Lesbian Modernists.
5 Michael Baker, Our Three Selves: The Life of Radclyffe Hall (New York: Morrow, 1985), 357.
There remains, superficially, a martyr-like connotation to many dandyish displays: Wilde in the slammer, accused of gross indecency; Radclyffe Hall vigorously defending her wretched novel; Wallace Thurman toying with primitivist notions of the African-American male.
Radclyffe Hall and Una Troubridge spent their entire relationship consulting the spirit of Mabel Batten or 'Layde', Hall's former lover.
Glasgow brought Southern US literature from fantasy to reality, but there are elements of both in her letters to such as Radclyffe Hall, Margaret Mitchell and Signe Toksvig.
L'auteure etudie The Well of Loneliness par Radclyffe Hall (1928) et Stone Butch Blues par Leslie Feinberg (1993) afin de demontrer comment la subjectivite lesbienne est rattachee a des discours et a des representations etroitement lies a un effet historique bien specifique, et afin de deranger les classifications heteronormatives de sexualite, historiquement employees afin de rendre criminelle et pathologique la lesbienne en tant que sujet.
She points out the connection between lesbian mysticism and autobiography as seen in Sackville-West, Woolf, and Radclyffe Hall, among others:
6) It is interesting to note that Radclyffe Hall, Gertrude Stein, and Alice B.
Aside from the attention she has received from DiPilato, Hall also praised the work of her trainer Joe Sumrell from Inside Out Fitness, as well as the support she has always received from her parents Fannie Ansley and Radclyffe Hall.
Keppel and Her Daughter, The Trials of Radclyffe Hall, and Selkirk's Island now takes on another American couple of glamorous Left Bank artists--Natalie Barney and Romaine Brooks--in Wild Girls, a read so light, fast, and fun that you forget it's nonfiction with footnotes.
Jonathan Forson, 11, and Radclyffe Hall, 12, were among them.
Consider the experience of the less gay-affirming portrayal of lesbianism in The Well of Loneliness, published in 1928, which was censored and used to stigmatize its author, Radclyffe Hall.