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Gallia (The Everyman Library) Paperback – 4 Sep 1995
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1 August 2014
The book is really interesting, a little feminist but a nice insight to writing of the period.
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Johanna I. Busch
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A great example of New Woman fiction at the turn of the century. The eugenicist tendencies of Gallia astound and shock both her contemporaries and the modern-day reader. Written in an EM Forrester meets TS Elliot style, this is an amazing novel pitting aristocratic in-bred gentlemen against ruddy-cheeked farm-raised characters, irrational "romantic" love against a practical "maternal" love, romantic ideals against emerging Darwinian concepts.