Scurr, Ruth. “All Change, by Elizabeth Jane Howard, review”. The Telegraph.
Standard Name: Hadley, Tessa
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Tessa Hadley speculates that something dreadful and traumatic happened to AW at school, which marked her for life—obsessed her and damaged her. The experience prevented her from writing for years. At last, however, it drove...
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Hadley devoted much of her review to the structure of the trilogy as a whole: an ambitious and complex portrait of extraordinary times. Since each book retells the story from a vantage point in the...
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Tessa Hadley (not an admirer of PHJ 's work) called this book unfailingly self-serving but at least intermittently gritty with the oddity of real life.
Hadley, Tessa. “He wants me no more”. London Review of Books, No. 2, pp. 29 -30.
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