Set in a wealthy English household in rural Ireland during the First World War, Loving portrays life from the viewpoint of domestic servants, who wait upon a mother and daughter and the daughter's two little girls. The young husband is away at the front, which leaves the door open for the neighbour, Captain Davenport, to arrive on his bicycle and share the lady's bed. But the sexual activity is by no maens confined to "the quality"- the two parlour maids, Edith and Kate, are each the object of male affection, for Ruance, ...

Loving 2016, New York Review of Books

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Loving 2001, Vintage/Ebury (a Division of Random, London

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Loving 1992, The Harvill Press, London

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Loving 1992, The Harvill Press, London

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Loving 1978, Macmillan, London

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Loving 1945, The Hogarth Press Ltd, London

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