Elizabeth von Arnim
Wells’s second major extramarital affair and discussion of Wells’s so-called prig novels Marriage (1912); The Passionate Friends (1913); The Wife of Sir Isaac Harman (1914); The Research Magnificent (1915) taking in sex and anti-Semitism.
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