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Available at Librivox and book blurb deceptive Sandy recommends it Available at Librivox and book blurb deceptive Sandy recommends it Another choice for my thesis, and another fantastic May Sinclair novel The Romantic feels modern in it, our protagonist, Charlotte Redhead, has a sexual affair with her boss In a way, this affair gives her a sense of power she feels suddenly like herself Largely set during the First World War, The Romantic is immediately engaging Charlotte goes to work in an ambulance corps in Belgium to help the war effort in this way, the novel is highly autobiographical, as Sinclair herself worked in F Another choice for my thesis, and another fantastic May Sinclair novel The Romantic feels modern in it, our protagonist, Charlotte Redhead, has a sexual affair with her boss In a way, this affair gives her a sense of power she feels suddenly like herself Largely set during the First World War, The Romantic is immediately engaging Charlotte goes to work in an ambulance corps in Belgium to help the war effort in this way, the novel is highly autobiographical, as Sinclair herself worked in Flanders for several weeks in the same way Charlotte is brave and realistic A truly fantastic, and unfairly neglected, novel I m reading Agatha Christie s autobiography and she mentioned this author, so I looked her up This book was the only ebook my library had and I was up late with a sick kid so I read it in one night I m very impressed Written in 1920, the psychotherapy at the end seemed a bit off but the gaslighting both done to someone and that the main character does to herself was spot on Really fascinating. ( Kindle ) ♎ The Romantic ♊ The Romantic tells the story of Charlotte Redhead, a woman who, as the novel opens, has just been dropped by the married man with whom she was sexually involved On a country walk she runs into John Conway, who, like her, is interested in learning to farm Together they find jobs working on a farm in the Cotswolds, and gradually realize they have fallen in love with one another Charlotte confesses that she has been with another man, and John tells her he is relieved, since, as an experienced woman, she will not need sexual initiation from him They agree to be a couple, but not to become lovers