“You might like Elizabeth Bowen,” said a classics professor during a chat about, of all things, the pros and cons of the style of Virginia Woolf. 686 more words
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The Little Girls by Elizabeth Bowen ***
I have found Elizabeth Bowen’s novels a little hit and miss in the past, but since absolutely adoring… 450 more words
The House in Paris by Elizabeth Bowen ~ 1935. This edition: Knopf, 1936. Hardcover. 270 pages.
This novel is stiff with secrets. Everyone is hiding something, and the frequent silences are screaming with unspoken words. 870 more words