A woman’s claim to space

Margaret Drabble (The Millstone) remembers Amber Reeves, historically best known for her scandalous affair with H.G. Wells but now recognized as a talented novelist and feminist scholar who anticipated Virginia Woolf’s cry for A Room of One’s Own and some of the concerns that animated Doris Lessing’s early writing.


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