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 Topic: The Lady and the Little Fox Fur by Violette Leduc

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Posted: 31 Jan 2006, 11:11 am    Post subject: The Lady and the Little Fox Fur by Violette Leduc Reply with quote

Dear all,
Given your interest and support for Violette Leduc's writing I hope that you'll allow me to plug our new edition of one of her lesser known works: The Lady and the Little Fox Fur. Leduc was a master of sensual writing and this is an almost perfect evocation of urban poverty and the power of the imagination. It's due to come out in April, ISBN 0720612179.

Peter Owen Publishers has been a great supporter of glbtq literature for over fifty years and our backlist includes such writers as Jean Cocteau, Yukio Mishima, André Gide, Paul and Jane Bowles, Anais Ninn, Monique Wittig,Jeremy Reed, Gertrude Stein, James Kirkup, James Purdy and many more. For more information please contact us at admin@peterowen.com

Thanks!
Kit Maude
Peter Owen Publishers
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