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Elizabeth and her German garden.

Elizabeth

Elizabeth and her German garden.

by Elizabeth

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Published by Macmillan in London, New York .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination179 p. ;
Number of Pages179
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13536127M
OCLC/WorldCa5068349

  Indeed, the BBC’s Radio 4 recently made that famous novel, Elizabeth and Her German Garden, its book of the week. The five episodes made me wonder if this garden was still the one I first knew. This book is a solitary walk through the flower gardens, into the forest, down by a stream. Getting away from people is a recurring theme in Elizabeth von Arnim books: The Solitary Summer, The Enchanted April, Elizabeth and Her German Garden and even works such as Princess Priscilla's Fortnight have that element of escape from people.

The book was so popular, reprinted many times in the first year of publication, that while some of her 20 other books were published under her pseudonym of Alice Cholmondeley, they always had the text 'By the author of Elizabeth and her German Garden'. The companion book, published a year later, in , was The Solitary Summer. "Elizabeth and Her German Garden," a novel by Elizabeth von Arnim, was popular and frequently reprinted during the early years of the 20th century. "Elizabeth and Her German Garden" is .

  Elizabeth and her German Garden (FULL Audio Book) by Elizabeth von Arnim () Elizabeth and Her German Garden is a novel by Elizabeth von Arnim, first published in ; it was very popular. Elizabeth and her German Garden is a semi-autobiographical book written in by Elizabeth von Arnim (author of The Enchanted April) about her life and garden in the area of Nassenheide, Pomerania, where the family had their estate (her husband was minor nobility)/5(K).


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Elizabeth is an unusual young woman for her time and place, Germany in the final years of the 19th century. Her emotional strength, her joy, and her solace, when comfort is needed, all come from her garden, into which she pours her creativity despite receiving little encouragement for this from the people in her by: 9.

Elizabeth and Her German Garden is a novel by Elizabeth von Arnim, first published in ; it was very popular and frequently reprinted during the early years of the 20th century. The story is a year's diary written by the protagonist Elizabeth about her experiences learning gardening and interacting with her friends.4/5(34).

Elizabeth and her German Garden is a semi-autobiographical book written in by Elizabeth von Arnim (author of The Enchanted April) about her life and garden in the area of Nassenheide, Pomerania, where the family had their estate (her husband was minor nobility)/5. Elizabeth and Her German Garden and millions of other books are available for instant access.

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pages. Elizabeth and Her German Garden,Hurst Hardcover – January 1, by anonymous (Author)4/5(4). Elizabeth was a fascinating woman. Her early married life is much like the fictional character, "Rosalind" in the Elswyth Thane Williamsburg series. [surely Thane knew her, or at least of her] Elizabeth's writings are beautiful, and reading her biography, I am left still wondering where in the depths of her soul she found the worlds she created /5.

Elizabeth and her German garden, by Elizabeth Von Arnim Here’s my pick for a Christmas gift for a woman who likes reading and gardening, and doesn’t go at things in a rush. It’s for someone who takes time over words and soil, someone who stops to look at dew on a spider’s web and who, when you drop by over Christmas, is invariably in a.

Elizabeth and Her German Garden () by the author who came to be known as Elizabeth von Arnim, is a quietly feminist and autobiographical novel. Elizabeth, Countess Russell, was a British novelist and, through marriage, a member of the German nobility, known as Mary Annette Gräfin von Arnim.

Born Mary Annette Beauchamp in Sydney, Australia, she was raised in England and in married Count Henning August von Arnim, a Prussian aristocrat, and the great-great-great-grandson of King /5.

Elizabeth and Her German Garden – Elizabeth von Arnim On J Ap By bookskeptic In Reviews This book was a first for me for two reasons: my first Elizabeth von Arnim and my first Virago Modern Classic. Elizabeth and her German Garden, a semi-autobiographical novel based on her life in her beloved German country garden, was published anonymously under the name "Elizabeth".

It was so popular that she was soon known, not as "Mary", but as "Elizabeth /5(9). Elizabeth and Her German Garden Paperback – 31 August by Elizabeth Arnim (Author) out of 5 stars ratings.

ISBN ISBN See all 93 formats and editions Hide other formats 4/5(). Originally published in“Elizabeth and her German Garden” is the first book by Marie Annette Beauchamp—known all her life as “Elizabeth”. The book, anonymously published, was an incredible success, going through printing after.

British novelist ELIZABETH VON ARNIM () wrote numerous books, including The Solitary Summer (the sequel to Elizabeth and Her German Garden) and the work she is best known for, Enchanted April.

Elizabeth and Her German Garden is a novel by Elizabeth von Arnim, first published in ; it was very popular and frequently reprinted during the early years of Free shipping over $ Buy a cheap copy of Elizabeth and Her German Garden book Cited by: 9.

Haven't read this for years but it was my first Elizabeth Von Arnim novel and I went on to read every one of her brilliant books. This one gave me the joy of the garden, the April, May and June babies, and 'the man of wrath' - and I have been telling people about this author for 50 years/5.

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Free download or read online Elizabeth and Her German Garden pdf (ePUB) (Elizabeth Series) book. The first edition of the novel was published inand was written by Elizabeth von Arnim.

The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of pages and is available in Hardcover format. The main characters of this classics, fiction story are,/5. ) This is a delightful autobiographical novel set at a German country house.

Elizabeth, the mother of three young girls, convinced her German husband to live in this house instead of in the city, and set about developing the garden. Her joy and humor illuminate every page/5(16).

This was when she created her pen name "Elizabeth" and launched her career as a writer by publishing her semi-autobiographical, brooding, yet satirical Elizabeth and Children: 5. Elizabeth and her German Garden by Elizabeth Von Arnim Meet Elizabeth and discover there is no greater happiness to be found than when lost in a wilderness of a garden, with bird cherries, lilacs, hollyhocks and lilies crowding the vision.

This is her /5(4). Book Review: Elizabeth and Her German Garden September 15th: This is the month of quiet days, crimson creepers, and blackberries; of mellow afternoons in the ripening garden; of tea under the acacias instead of the too shady beeches; of wood-fires in the library in the chilly evenings.