“No English novel of the 1940s has better stood the test of time. Indeed Loving has gathered power, the way photographs and very few novels do, simply by outlasting the people in it. The characters we meet in these pages seem so real, so attended to, so beautifully themselves, that it is a question whether we can forgive them for ever having to die.”
Read the full introduction by our own Lorin Stein featured in Folio Society’s new edition of Henry Green’s Loving over at the Los Angeles Review of Books. Photography Credit @seventydys.

“No English novel of the 1940s has better stood the test of time. Indeed Loving has gathered power, the way photographs and very few novels do, simply by outlasting the people in it. The characters we meet in these pages seem so real, so attended to, so beautifully themselves, that it is a question whether we can forgive them for ever having to die.”

Read the full introduction by our own Lorin Stein featured in Folio Society’s new edition of Henry Green’s Loving over at the Los Angeles Review of Books. Photography Credit @seventydys.

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