I found reading this book problematic. The writing is beautiful, very poetic use of language. I recognise that Smart is in one sense a feminist icon, in terms of claiming her sexuality and defending her choice to follow her heart in the face of social disapproval. I found myself continually thinking "but what about Mrs. Barker's pain?", and being annoyed with Smart appearing to think that her great love allowed her to override that and disregard the other woman's feelings.
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