|Trio (1943) [Novel]|
by Dorothy Baker
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(From the publisher):
is the story of the crucial decisive moment in the lives of three people. Pauline Maury is a professor of French in a Western university; both clever and beautiful, author of a fine critical work on the 'decadent' French poets, she is apparently at the threshold of her crowning success. Janet Logan is Pauline's assistant, admirer, intellectual disciple, bound to her teacher by stronger bonds than those of friendship. Utterly outside their world, impinging on it by chance, is Ray MacKenzie, occasional student living in his dark basement room.
These are the trio. The conflict among them is one of love and hate and violence; a conflict whose final resolution is implicit in the opening scene. Dorothy Baker has acheived in their story the simplicity of great art.
Original title: Trio
Genre: Fiction→ Gay & Lesbian→ Lesbian
- This novel was adapted by the author into a play in 1944.