Elizabeth and Her German Garden by Elizabeth Von Arnim
Taking respite from her husband "the Man of Wrath", her children and her stifling household, Elizabeth discovers that the path to joy lies in having a garden, rather than a room, of one's own.
Gorgeously irreverent and bursting with beautiful descriptions of the floral friends that so beguile her, this thinly-veiled autobiographical novel by Elizabeth Von Arnim will delight both ardent fans and readers new to this writer.
A huge success when it first appeared in 1898, this modern classic has never been out of print since.
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About the Product
Dimensions:198mm x 6mm x 129mm
About the Writer
Cousin of Katherine Mansfield and lover of H.G. Wells, Elizabeth von Arnim was at the hub of the literary and political society of her time. She was born in Australia in 1866 but grew up in England, and began her career in 1898 with the semi-autobiographical Elizabeth and Her German Garden. She was married twice and died in 1941.