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Elizabeth Bowen - A woman of Importance

Elizabeth Bowen was born on 7th June 1899 at 15 Herbert Place, Dublin and baptised in nearby St Stephen’s Church, Upper Mount Street (‘The Pepper Canister’) shortly afterwards. 309 more words


Eva Trout

Being my first Elizabeth Bowen read I have nothing to compare it with. I would like to read more of the author’s work before taking a critical stand. 306 more words

Elizabeth Bowen

Complete dislocation from everything...

Kathleen behaved well when, some months later, her fiancé was reported missing, presumed killed. Her family not only supported her but were able to praise her courage without stint because they could not regret, as a husband for her, the man they knew almost nothing about. 105 more words


The Last September: Unease at Danielstown

Lois dies not belong at Danielstown. As she ‘trips’ over animal skins and loiters uncertainly in the ante-room, Bowen signals her heroine’s unease and transient existence. 257 more words


Day 1 - Regent's Park - Marylebone - Baker Street

 Today’s Route

Inner Circle

Disillusioned with the failure of the Simply Red reunion Mick Hucknall embarks on a new career

The Garden of St John’s Lodge – … 682 more words