We Too are Drifting.
Wilhelm, Gale.

New York: Triangle Books, 1939. Octavo. 206pp. second printing of this edition. Bookplate, else a near fine copy in a bright dust jacket with some edge wear and chipping. This novel is one of two Wilhelm wrote in which lesbian relationships are portrayed unapologetically. It tells the story of woodcut artist Jan Morale's struggle to extricate herself from a destructive sexual attachment to bisexual Madeline and of her delicately conducted romance with the younger and more innocent Victoria. The tone is bittersweet, for in the end, Jan must watch as Victoria goes away with her family and the young man they have chosen for her. Hardcover (Item ID: 4230)

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