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The Well of Loneliness Setting & Symbolism

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Psychology Books

Sir Philip Gordon studies many psychology books, some by the author Krafft Ebing, to learn about the condition he believed his daughter suffered. Later, when Stephen learns she is to leave Morton, she finds these books and learns she is not alone in her unconventional behaviors.

Pearl Ring

Stephen buys a pearl ring for Angela in order to show her deep affection for her.

Suits

Rather than wear the feminine dresses and ribbons of her contemporaries, Stephen preferred to wear suits with ties and trousers. This caused people to stare and single Stephen out as an odd character.

Letter from Stephen to Angela

When Stephen discovers Angela's affair with Roger Antrim, she writes a letter that discusses her deeply felt love for Angela. Unfortunately, Angela gives this letter to Ralph, who in turn gives it to Stephen's mother, Lady Anna, as proof of Stephen's immoral personality...

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