Summary

This selection of stories explores the many experiences and complexities of womanhood; sometimes joyful, sometimes sad. This collection includes "Ladies in Lavender" by William J. Locke, the inspiration for the film of the same name starring Judi Dench and Maggie Smith; "Atrophy" by Edith Wharton; "Some Ways of Love" by Charlotte Mew; "Marriage a la Mode" by Katherine Mansfield; "Right At Last" by Elizabeth Gaskell; "The Sailor Uncle" by Mary Ann Lamb; "Her Last Appearance" by Mary Braddon; and "The Yellow Wallpaper" by Charlotte Perkins Gilmore.
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3 out of 5 stars
By Patrick on 15-01-16

Great stories- pity about the layout

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This would have been a pleasure to listen to except that there are no chapters inserted so it is therefore impossible to listen to any individual story. They run from one to the next without a break.Harriet Walter is a good reader but by the end I was totally confused about which story was which.

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