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In an isolated Roman villa, widowed English dancer Barbara Michaels serves as paid companion and tutor to twenty year-old Catherine, whose rich American mother thinks her 'mad.' In Barbara's eyes it's simply the case that Catherine is not 'all there', and dwells too much in the dysfunctional part of her own head. Barbara's sense of what is and is not 'normal', however, is about to be overturned.
First published in 1973, The Girl Who Passed for Normal was Hugh Fleetwood's second novel and the winner of the John Llewellyn Rhys Prize for its year.
'Guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your chair.' New York Times
'Shocking... Horridly memorable.' San Francisco Chronicle
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|Publisher:||Faber and Faber|
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|File size:||190 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|