You have come to the right place for information about the author Elizabeth Goudge.
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The Biography and Bibliography are self-explanatory. The titles with the asterisk have links to reviews of the book.
Goudge Talk contains, articles, letters, reviews and readers comments and queries.
The Guest article is usually the latest blog, which can be found in Goudge Talk. This month’s article has been contributed by Stephen Foote, and details a surprising link between a modern novelist, a jazz muscian, and Elizabeth Goudge’s Guernsey
The Literary locations show the areas of the country that Elizabeth lived in and wrote about.
The Ely Gallery is a set of photographs taken on a visit to Ely, Elizabeth’s home of homes.
Enjoy your visit.
Front cover of “Smokey House”
Our latest blog is a review of Elizabeth Goudge’s children’s book Smokey House.
Goudge Talk is the part of the site where you the visitors and readers can have your say and ask questions on Elizabeth’s work. We are always looking for short articles on Elizabeth, and if you have visited somewhere that Elizabeth wrote about we would love to share your experience and thoughts. Photographs are welcome too. Please send as an attachment to your email.
Watch out for new articles in future months.
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This site is being set up and run with the help and cooperation of some of the people who have grown to love the talented shy author of a collection of literary gems, most of which go unnoticed by the mass of society today. This she would accept with a humble gratitude, content with the success she achieved in her lifetime.
“This site has been established with the support of the Trustees of Elizabeth’s Estate. The content of the site is, however, the sole responsibility of its contributors.” Mark Dutton.
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