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Camille Claudel, a Novel, tells a juicy story of love, infidelity, and creative genius


Camille Claudel was a great female sculptor who produced most of her work in the late 1800s. Fueled by the rejection of her lover, Auguste Rodin, she became insane. The book reveals a magnificent love story, and illuminates the lack of recognition faced by women artists at that time.
All people are fascinated by stories of adultery, and love a juicy tale of deception and heart break. Camille Claudel, a Novel will appeal to the myriad of lovers who cheat with married partners or would like to, but haven’t the courage. Today this situation is more prevalent than ever, as the world remembers with fascination the romance of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowes. Camille Claudel was passionately in love with the great sculptor, Auguste Rodin, who returned her affections for over a decade but refused to leave his wife. Who among us cannot relate to Camille’s agony? Perhaps all of us, men and women alike, have some indication of how she felt, for who is there who goes through life getting everything he or she want? The soul searing pain caused by her loss of Rodin drove Camille into psychiatrists’ offices and an insane asylum for the rest of her life. The book will speak to the hearts of all those who have been rejected by lovers and end up more like Camille Claudel than Camilla Parker-Bowes.
Dr. Alma Bond, psychoanalyst and author of 11 books, including The Autobiography of Maria Callas: A Novel, Who Killed Virginia Woolf? and Tales of Psychology, is highly qualified to provide insight into the psyche of two geniuses.
The publication date of the book is February, 2006. Reviewers and the media are invited to request ARCs from Dr. Bond.


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