Judith Ravenscroft

Judith Ravenscroft was born in 1947 and grew up in Hampstead, London. She studied History at London University and became an editor of academic books and of Shakespeare. She started to write fiction after meeting her partner, Timothy Hyman, a painter. Her stories have appeared in various magazines and have won prizes, most recently for her writing about Parkinson’s. She was diagnosed with the disease in 1997, aged fifty.

Anomalous Affections: A Novel

Anomalous Affections: A Novel

by Judith Ravenscroft

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In middle age, Lin is diagnosed with a chronic disease. Yearning for change and solitude, she finds affirmation in the life of the eighteenth-century French writer Isabelle de Charrière. Seeking an... (more)

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