The sensuous is her window on the world; sexuality is the sea for all her voyages.
The New York Times

A Diary of Love

Fiction by Maude Hutchins

In A Diary of Love, Maude Hutchins introduces us to Noel. Noel is an orphan being raised by a flute-playing grandfather, a spinster aunt, a benign family doctor, an incredible cook, an improbable governess, and the neighbors, who are gamey. Between a country estate and a sanitarium in the desert, A Diary of Love highlights the capriciousness of Noel and her capability to love a vast array of characters. Hutchins’ probing, darting, fantasy-building mind is ever on the move through space, time, history, dreams, and delighted memories.

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Paperback (published January 1, 2010)

ISBN
9780811219006
Price US
15.95
Page Count
184

Maude Hutchins

Maude Hutchins was an American novelist who was noted for her use of the nouveau roman style of writing.

The sensuous is her window on the world; sexuality is the sea for all her voyages.
The New York Times