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Classic queer novel ‘Olivia’ gets deserved reissue

There’s breakfast in bed on your birthday, the text break-up, the great Valentine’s Day date and the night when your romantic partner prefers binge-watching Netflix to having sex.

But nothing leaves you so blissed out, yet so sucker-punched as your first crush. Especially if you’re young, queer and in the throes of your first love. “Olivia,” by Dorothy Strachey, rereleased on June 9, is an elegant, evocative, absorbing love story.

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