(From the publisher):
Sir Isaac Harman was so set it his ways that he saw no need to change them now. His female employees, however, saw differently and had every sympathy with the suffragette movement he so opposed, and thought he too should do his bit for the women’s movement. To make matters worse, his wife agreed – so he locked her up. But Ellen Harman was not a woman to give up easily and soon word spread and she became quite the talk of the literary, social and feminist circles. By default, Sir Isaac had made his wife the very embodiment of women’s independence.
Original title: The Wife of Sir Isaac Harman
Genre: Fiction→ General Fiction→ Literary Fiction/classics