Windswept : why women walk by Annabel Abbs 9781529324730

Windswept : why women walk


Embark on a captivating journey through the lives of trailblazing women whose steps left indelible marks on the literary and artistic landscapes. Annabel Abbs' "Windswept" invites you to wander the untrodden paths of Gwen John, Frieda Lawrence, Nan Shepherd, and others, unveiling how the act of walking in nature's embrace empowered their creative spirits and shaped their remarkable works. Immerse yourself in this inspiring exploration of how the simple act of putting one foot in front of the other opened doors to profound revelations, self-discovery, and artistic expression.

Annabel Abbs is an award-winning author and journalist whose previous books, including "The Joyce Girl" and "Bloomsbury's Outsider," have garnered widespread acclaim for their insightful portrayals of remarkable women. With "Windswept," she once again demonstrates her talent for breathing life into the stories of those who dared to forge their own paths, inviting readers to embark on a transformative journey through the landscapes that nurtured their souls.

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