The Fox

The Fox

Book - 1973
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A compelling study of the question of power, gender and sexuality, as well as a realistic portrayal of wartime rural England, The Fox showcases Lawrence's inimitable gift for psychological observation and dramatic description. Two women isolated on a lonely Cornish farm face an evil greater than all others: a fox has begun carrying off hens and roosters, and nothing they do seems to stop him. And then one day, a mysterious young man appears at the door. Now the women have to fend off not one, but two foxes.
Publisher: Toronto : Bantam, 1973
Characteristics: 105 p. ; 18 cm


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