Links from Goudge site to others include:
The American based Elizabeth Goudge web site run by Kate Lindemann.
I think that this site with its obvious love of books, and this page in
particular would appeal to Elizabeth Goudge lovers. Many of its themes
and articles are on subjects Elizabeth writes about, and has empathy
this is a site dedicated to the new film of the book, which is due to go
into production some time this year. You can find out who the new
unknown actress is that has been chosen to play Maria, who will be
directing it, and where the locations are. There are also competitions
to enter and goodies to buy.
A well established site about the Shropshire author. Elizabeth mentions
her in "The Herb of Grace" as Annie Laurie has the novels on her
bookshelf. Very well set out with a wealth of information, the sort of
site we aspire to!
Elizabeth had the utmost admiration for artists, they feature
prominently in most of her books. This artist, Richard Moult has the
same depth of vision as Elizabeth, as he interpenetrates the worlds in
paint as perfectly as she does with the written word. He is also an
international musician and composer, who has set some of Mary Webb’s
poetry to music.
This is a personal web site set up about the things that interest this
person. One of the articles is about a meeting with Elizabeth Goudge
which occurred when a Priscilla Falk visited her. It has been on the net
for some time under Mannon’s Garden.
American titles for the books and a short biography. Some books are
published with different tiles in the States.
This site lists all the female authors how have won the Elizabeth Goudge
award for romantic fiction.
These are a series of literary criticisms written at the time of
publication in America. Many of them are very cynical about the way she
writes, but give us an insight into how a section of American society
regarded her. It should be remembered that she was already a successful
writer, and that Green Dolphin Street, had already been given a
This is a site set up and run by another Dedicated Goudge fan. It
contains links to Yahoo Groups dedicated to Elizabeth Goudge and
information on the varied musical and artistic accomplishments of Paul
This is an in depth article by Molly Moore for the Washington Post. It
gives background into the writer of “Cranes Morning” the plagiarised
version of The Rosemary Tree. It is well written and has some insights
into Elizabeth as well as the Indian writer, Ms Aikath. Although
published in 1994, some of us might not be aware of the intricacies of