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Zelda's Cut by Philippa Gregory

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Zelda's Cut
Philippa Gregory

St. Martin's Press
December 2000
On Sale: December 1, 2000
Featuring: Isobel Latimer
422 pages
ISBN: 0312267045
EAN: 9780312267049
Hardcover
$25.95
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Women's Fiction

Isobel Latimer, a writer known for her moral tales, is trapped by the confines of her puritan image. Not a sarcastic word can pass her lips in public. Not a single dress can show off the faintest traces of her figure. With a literary reputation to uphold and massive, increasing debts to keep secret, Isobel is about to crack-everyone wants a cut of her talent, her time or her money, but only she knows there's nothing left to give. At wit's end, Isobel and her agent, Troy, conspire to create a new Isobel, only this one is a taboo-breaking, uninhibited bombshell of an author named Zelda. An alter ego, Zelda can do everything Isobel cannot: Zelda can speak the unspeakable, explode social norms and unleash her desires. As a new, champagne-fuelled celebrity, she embraces freedom with fervor. Troy revels in the stir she has created, but Isobel senses menace behind her beautiful, new mask, and longs for the stability of her former life. But when she returns, Isobel realizes she has been gone too long: the familiar is now strange. An account of suppressed desires come to fruition, this novel of shifting identity will leave the reader questioning the nature of his own. AUTHORBIO: Philippa Gregory has a history degree from the University of Sussex and a Ph.D. in eighteenth-century literature from the University of Edinburgh. A fellow of Kingston University, she lives with her family in Sussex, England.

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