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Rodin’s Lover

Rodin's Lover

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Rodin’s Lover
Heather Webb

Release date: January 27, 2015
at Plume/Penguin


320 pages

ISBN: 9780142181751

historical fiction/ women’s fiction

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Life has never been easy for an artist. All the more so if the artist lived in the 19th century and the artist was a woman. Rodin’s Lover captures the journey of the remarkable French scupltor Camille Claudel, both Rodin’s student and lover. I devoured this book in no time, actually just like Heather ‘s Webb first novel, Becoming Josephine.
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