Category Archives: Gissing, George

“And neither was content”: George Gissing, The Odd Women

I suggested Gissing’s The Odd Women to my book club as our follow-up to The Murderess: though the two novels are drastically dissimilar in style and setting, they are fairly near chronologically and, more to the point for my book club, extremely … Continue reading

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