Lorna Moon's transformation from landlord's daughter from North-East Scotland to successful script writer in the early days of Hollywood is as remarkable as her fiction. Born in Aberdeenshire, Moon challenged every expectation about women in rural Scotland in the early twentieth century. Glenda Norquay is currently Reader in Literary Studies at Liverpool John Moores University. Her publications include an anthology of literary writings from the women's suffrage campaign, Voices and Votes, and an edition of Robert Louis Stevenson's literary writings, R. L. Stevenson on Fiction.
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