Monday, May 22, 2006

Neglected Gems ... Elizabeth BOWEN

BOWEN Elizabeth [1899-1973] Novelist, short-story writer. Born Elizabeth Dorothea Cole in Dublin, Ireland. Novels Encounters (1923); The Hotel (1927); The Last September (1929); Friends and Relations (1931); To the North (1932); The House in Paris (1935); The Death of the Heart (1936); The Heat of the Day (1949); A World of Love (1955); The Little Girls (1964); The Good Tiger (1965); Eva Trout (1968: shortlisted for the 1970 Booker Prize for Fiction) Stories Ann Lee’s and Other Stories (1926); Joining Charles and Other Stories (1929); The Cat Jumps and Other Stories (1934); The Demon Lover and Other Stories (1945); Stories by Elizabeth Bowen (1959); A Day in the Dark and Other Stories (1965) Nonfiction Look At All Those Roses (1941); Bowen’s Court (1942); Seven Winters: Memories of a Dublin Childhood (1942); Anthony Trollope: A New Judgement (1946); Why Do I Write: An Exchange of Views between Elizabeth Bowen, Graham Greene and V.S. Pritchett (1948); Collected Impressions (1950); The Shelbourne: A Centre in Dublin Life for More Than A Century (1951); A Time in Rome (1960); Afterthought: Pieces About Writing (1962); The Mulberry Tree: Writings of Elizabeth Bowen (ed. Hermione Lee) (1987)


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