‘CAPRICCIO: A NOVEL by Dina Davis

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I am excited to announce the forthcoming publication of my work of fiction, ‘Capriccio: a Novel’. To honour the occasion I will be seting up a new website where I will post background information on the real story behind the book.

My brand new Website “CAPRICCIOTHE NOVEL” is coming soon!

Here you can read articles and see photos of the real story behind “Capriccio: A Novel”, soon to be published by Cilento Press. I took the title of my novel from a series of poems by Ted Hughes, which were written about his relationship with Assia Gutmann Wevill. My book tells the story of their love affair, from the viewpoint of the woman who came between Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes. Apart from one biography, ‘Lover of Unreason” by Eilat Negev and Yehuda Koren, Assia herself has been written out of history, or else maligned by the brief mentions she gets in many of the reference books about this famous love triangle. My novel aims to redress the balance, and to restore Assia to her proper place in literary history.

WATCH THIS SPACE FOR COVER PHOTO, BLURB, AND MORE DETAILS

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Assia Gutmann Wevill

COMNG SOON!

6 Comments »

  1. > Hello Dina, > Congratulations, this is super exciting. > Is there going to be a book launch? > Looking forward to seeing it. > All the best, > Lotsa laughs > Helene > > > > > > dinadavis2015 posted: ” I am excited to announce the forthcoming publication > of my work of fiction, ‘Capriccio: a Novel’. To honour the occasion I have set > up a new website called “CAPRICCIO” where I will post background information > on the real story behind the book. You can f” >

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    Congratulations!! Very exciting news. The link on this page leads to a blank page (Firefox and Chrome). Looking forward to reading the new posts!

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