Mistress Moderately Fair

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  • Title: Mistress Moderately Fair
  • Author: Katherine Sturtevant
  • ISBN: 9781555831370
  • Page: 315
  • Format: Paperback
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  • In contrast to the previous century, women in mid 17th century Restoration England could not only act upon the stage, but even become playwrights Margaret Featherstone possibly inspired by the real playwright Aphra Behn competes for the talents of London s theatrical set, and for the attention of patrons even as high as King Charles II Actress Amy Dudley could be the talent that brings fame to her work But both women share a secret and forbidden desire, and Amy hides another secret that could se [...]


  • What a fun book I guess it s a little bit silly, and could have stood for some beefing up there are lots of longer, involved works of fan fiction out there though maybe not with lesbians but the writing is lovely and the two characters are very sweet together I think if you want something like early Sarah Waters, but can t just read Fingersmith again I have a 1 year rereading rule, myself , this would be a good pick It s a shame that it s out of print, particularly now it would make an excellen [...]


  • There aren t too many lesbian novels set in the 17th century so A Mistress Moderately Fair was a surprise Sturtevant s speciality is historical fiction and her excursion into lesbian romance was well done.


  • I don t have enough background knowledge of Restoration Era London to know whether Sturtevant s depiction was historically accurate, but it was certainly convincing to my untrained eye She s quite skilled at using language to transport the reader to another time and place, and I especially loved the way she pulled off the kind of dialogue that s full of intrigue, like a dance.I was also particularly impressed with Richard Cary s character, where we see that being gay in no way makes a man less m [...]


  • Review originally appeared on The Lesbrary The English Restoration, i.e when Charles Stuart II returned to England to take his father s throne back from the Puritans, fascinates me for being a renaissance of both art and hedonism Theaters opened again after being banned, and all kinds of sexual openness flourished I purposely sought out queer lit set in this time period not that there s much, given that historical LGBT romance skews heavily Regency and was rewarded with Mistress Moderately Fair [...]


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