FRIEDA

A novel of the real Lady Chatterley

by Annabel Abbs

Frieda

A novel of the remarkable woman who inspired Lady Chatterley’s Lover.

 

Germany, 1907.

Aristocrat Frieda von Richthofen has rashly married English professor Ernest Weekley. Visiting her sisters in Munich, she is captivated by a city alive with ideas of revolution and free love.

England, 1912.
Trapped in her marriage to Ernest, Frieda meets the penniless but ambitious younger writer D. H. Lawrence. Their scandalous affair and tempestuous relationship unleashes a creative outpouring that changes the course of literature – and to a degree, society – forever.

But for Frieda, this fulfilment comes at a terrible personal cost to home and family …

 

Annabel Abbs (c) Aaron Hargreaves Annabel Abbs lives in London with her husband and four children. Her bestselling debut novel, The Joyce Girl, won the Impress Prize for New Writers and was longlisted for the Bath Novel Award, the Waverley Good Read Award and the Caledonia Novel Award.

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