Elizabeth Jane Howard
Elizabeth Jane Howard (1923-2014) was an English novelist, best known for her tetralogy of novels known as the Cazalet Chronicles. Set in England just before, during and after World War II, two of the books were turned into BBC TV series: The Light Years and Marking Time.
Books by Elizabeth Jane Howard
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Historian and novelist James Holland talks us through some of his favourite memoirs and novels about the Second World War and explains his lifelong fascination with the global conflict.
Elizabeth Day, author of How to Fail: Everything I’ve Ever Learnt from Things Going Wrong, explains how the road to success truly is paved with failure—and why we must learn to deal with it better.
The story of a family never ends, says Thea Lenarduzzi—the literary critic and author of the prize-winning family memoir Dandelions: “It’s always evolving, rewriting itself, long after the protagonists are dead.” Here, she recommends five books on family history that illustrate the shapeshifting nature of this hard-to-pin-down subject, in which memories rarely tally with the written record.