Brigid Brophy’s The Snow Ball is a scandalous 1960s cult classic, reissued by Faber for the festive season this Christmas.
When Anna is kissed by a masked figure at a New Year’s Eve masquerade ball, a heady dance of seduction begins . . .
Described as ‘superb’ by Iris Murdoch (Brophy’s one-time lover) and a ‘witty, sexy, sophisticated treat’ by Sarah Waters, this glittering yet subversive romance is ripe to seduce a new generation of readers, as a fantastic new foreword by prize-winning short story writer and novelist Eley Williams reveals: