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The Uninvited by Dorothy McArdle

The Uninvited by Dorothy McArdle was first published in 1942 and was recently reissued as part of Tramp Press’s Recovered Voices series. It was a good choice for that female-led publisher, as what starts out as an easily recognizable gothic haunted house tale, morphs into a fascinating exploration of the dangers inherent in labelling women…

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