The Master of the House by Radclyffe Hall
An uncommon edition of Radclyffe Hall's novel, scarce in its dust jacket, which is turn in places ( see images). From the inside cover: "This novel, set in Provence and in form a parable about the family and life of Jesus, is considered by many to be the best that Radclyffe Hall ever wrote." It was the follow-up to. Hall's controversial Well of Loneliness (1928), and in the wake of the obscenity trialf for that novel, Hall full explored their martyrdom complex to the extent of identifying with Jesus so much that this novel about his life was the result.
Imprint: Falcon Press
Publication Date: 1952 (first edition published in 1932)
Format: Secondhand Hardback