The brief answer to the title question is: nothing but a field and a gate. First of all however, a little bit about Elizabeth Bowen and what Bowen’s Court was. 1,017 more words
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There’s a small but growing group over on Facebook that I am very glad to be a member of – Undervalued Mid-20th Century British Women Writers… 474 more words
by Elizabeth Bowen, Ph.D.
A big part of being a social worker is critical thinking, including reflecting on the language we use to describe the people and issues with which social workers work. 906 more words
I’m reading Elizabeth Bowen for the first time and finding it a slow-going but exhilarating experience – perhaps the closest comparison, in terms of necessary application to the page, is Javier Marías, someone else who won’t be rushed, whose paragraphs flow like dark syrup, not clear water. 999 more words
This is one of the books that I have to do for one of my English modules this year. It’s set in wartime Britain, from about 1938 to 1942, and switches setting between Stella’s, the heroine, flat in London to an inherited home of her son Roderick’s in Ireland, called Mount Morris. 671 more words