Elizabeth Jane Howard
Standard Name: Howard, Elizabeth Jane
Birth Name: Elizabeth Jane Howard
Married Name: Elizabeth Jane Scott
Married Name: Elizabeth Jane Douglas-Henry
Married Name: Elizabeth Jane Amis
EJH , a novelist of the later twentieth century, has also written short stories (some of them ghost stories), plays, film and television scripts, reviews and articles, biographies, a memoir, and she has edited several anthologies. She has published seven novels as well as a family saga in four titles.
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|Family and Intimate relationships||Elizabeth Taylor||
They had met as fellow members of High Wycombe Theatre Club;
John's father was then Mayor of High Wycombe. Elizabeth was strongly attracted to John, and was wildly excited when she found herself pregnant...
Beauman, Nicola. The Other Elizabeth Taylor. Persephone Books, 2009.
|Family and Intimate relationships||Antonia Fraser|
|Friends, Associates||Elizabeth Taylor|
|Friends, Associates||Fay Weldon|
|Friends, Associates||Sybille Bedford||
SB said she grew up with very little knowledge of people her own age, and in friendships and love affairs tended to seek out those of at least ten years older than herself.
Bedford, Sybille. Quicksands. Counterpoint, 2005.
|Friends, Associates||Brigid Brophy|
|Literary responses||Rosamond Lehmann|
|Literary responses||Muriel Spark|
The reviewer for the Times Literary Supplement found the regressive narrative disconcerting and tiring.
Novelist L. P. Hartley , writing in the London Magazine, expressed the view that the technique was a misuse...
Birch, Sarah. Christine Brooke-Rose and Contemporary Fiction. Clarendon Press, 1994.
|Textual Production||Elizabeth Taylor||
US sales for stories soon followed. Harper's Bazaar published one extracted from A View from the Harbour in July 1947, and a year later, in September 1948, I Live in a World of Make-Beiieve (which...
19 March 1975