Sad Janet: A wallow in misery makes for a memorable literary debut

Lucie Britsch’s first novel manages to breathe fresh life into the well-worn trope of the emotionally damaged female narrator

10th January, 2021
Sad Janet: A wallow in misery makes for a memorable literary debut
Lucie Britsch’s first novel manages to breathe fresh life into the well-worn trope of the emotionally damaged female narrator

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Sad Janet

By Lucie Britsch

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