The Danish Girl


Author: David Ebershoff

Inspired by a true story, The Danish Girl is a tale of a passionate and unusual marriage. Dressing as a woman in order that his wife might finish a painting, Einer Wegener realises that he might in part be a woman. He eventually becomes Lili Elbe, and his wife’s muse…..Read More

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