Elizabeth Bowen – an Anglo-Irish writer, was born in Dublin.
In flawless prose, she views love and frustration by studying complex psychological relationships. Her famous novels are The Hotel, The North, The House in Paris, The Death of the Heart, and The Heat of the Day.
In the last three novels The World of Love, The Girls, and Eva Trout, the writer was less focused on depicting reality than on studying truth, which is better expressed in a myth or parable.
Collections of short stories by Elizabeth Bowen are presented such as “Look at how many roses”, “Ivy Gripped the Steps”, “Day in Darkness”.
Her other works include Bowen’s Court, her family home, The Sherborne Hotel, The Seven Winters, and Mature Reflections, a collection of childhood memories and literary studies.
“Pictures and conversations” is a collection of various works by Elizabeth Bowen, including novels and autobiography. This compilation remained unfinished until the death of Elizabeth Bowen.