Radclyffe Hall

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Noun1.Radclyffe Hall - English writer whose novel about a lesbian relationship was banned in Britain for many years (1883-1943)
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Lenard will talk about the rise and fall of Boudicca and her desecration of The Romans Londinium, poke Radcliffe Hall and ask the question: Why did Virginia Wolfe kill herself?
He turned out to be a complex character whose life encompassed marriage and separation to Una Vincenzo, a talented artist, his loss of her to Marguerite Radcliffe Hall, the first lesbian novelist to achieve both fame and notoriety and war service in the little known Balkan theatre.
To supplement the argument for similarities in the lives of lesbian modernists of the era, Rault discusses the writing, reception, and lives of Djuna Barnes and Radcliffe Hall, juxtaposing these to the life and work of Gray.