Prevely in a Secrete Place."
"Prevely in a Secrete Place" is about a grad student named Rachel who gets an arguably unhealthy obsession with Elizabeth Woodville, wife of King Edward IV, after happening upon her picture while doing research. For a while it seems that Woodville is just what Rachel needs in order to make sense of her own life, but it's the slide into fixation that keeps the story interesting.
I was quite impressed with the story; loved the feminist themes, love fiction and poetry based on works of art, and was amused by the mild twist at the end.
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