Hermione by Hilda Doolittle

The book in question is a semi-autobiographical novel that delves into the inner life of a young woman named Hermione Gart, a stand-in for the author herself. Set in the early 20th century, the narrative explores Hermione's complex emotional world and her struggle to find her own identity amidst the constraints of society and her relationships. Through a stream-of-consciousness style, the novel examines themes of feminism, sexuality, and self-discovery, as Hermione navigates her way through love, intellectual pursuits, and the challenges of being a woman in a male-dominated world. The novel is recognized for its lyrical prose and its pioneering use of psychological introspection.

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