13 8 / 2011

The Well of Loneliness (1928), by Radclyffe Hall, follows the life of Stephen Gordon, and upper class English woman, exploring her non-gender conforming childhood, and following her career as a novelist and a WWI ambulance driver where she meets young Mary Llewellyn, with whom she attempts to create a shared life in early 20th century England.

The Well of Loneliness (1928), by Radclyffe Hall, follows the life of Stephen Gordon, and upper class English woman, exploring her non-gender conforming childhood, and following her career as a novelist and a WWI ambulance driver where she meets young Mary Llewellyn, with whom she attempts to create a shared life in early 20th century England.