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Radclyffe Hall was born on 12th August 1880 and her parents separated shortly after she was born. Her American born mother showed little interest in her and she was raised largely by her grandmother. On her fathers  death she inherited a great deal of money and began to live accordingly. She and her partner Lady Una Troubridge became one of the most flamboyant and talked about couples of the 1920's. Her reputation was already established when she wrote The Well of Loneliness which was turned down by several publishers before Cape published it only to withdraw it after a newspaper induced scandal broke out surrounding the books content. The author became somewhat disillusioned and further works failed to find previous success. In 1949 she passed away with, her partner of 28 years, Una by her side. The Well was eventually reissued in the UK in 1949 and has remained in print since.
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Title Publisher Date Notes
The Forge Arrowsmith 1924  
The Unlit Lamp Cassell 1924  
A Saturday Life Arrowsmith 1925  
Adam's Breed Cassell 1926  
The Well of Loneliness Cape 1928  
The Master of the House Cape 1932  
Mrs Ogilvy Finds Herself Heinemann 1934 short stories
The Sixth Beatitude Heinemann 1936 limited edition also done

Poetry by Radclyffe Hall
 
Title Publisher Date Notes
Twixt Earth and Stars Bumpus 1906  
A Sheaf of Verses Bumpus 1908  
Poems of Past and Present Chapman 1910  
Songs of Three Counties Chapman 1913  
The Forgotten Island Chapman 1915  

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