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In Man About the Place Jane Weir echoes womens’ contemporary and perpetual challenges – identity, equality, creativity and autonomy.
From a dimly lit window at the farm in D.H. Lawrence’s novella The Fox the lives, loves and tragedies of two modern women living there with the single man who breached their space sparks the struggle.