Call me by her name … the Reclaim Her Name book campaign sets history straight


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Twenty five classic novels by female writers will be re-released as free ebooks to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Women's Prize for Fiction. Photo: AFP

The Reclaim Her Name initiative, sponsored by Baileys, has recently been launched to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Women's Prize for Fiction.

Twenty-five classic novels by female writers, previously published under male pseudonyms, will be re-released for the first time with the real name of the author on the cover in an effort to "honour their achievements and give them the credit they deserve."

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