A Game of Hide and Seek: Chatter, Week Four

2014-03-17T13:43:57-05:00

It's our last week to discuss A Game of Hide and Seek, officially, but if you're late to the party, and are still reading -- even if quite some time has passed -- please, feel free to comment. But for those of us who have read the novel through already,

A Game of Hide and Seek: Chatter, Week Four2014-03-17T13:43:57-05:00

A Game of Hide and Seek: Chatter, Week Three

2014-03-17T13:45:13-05:00

In her biography, The Other Elizabeth Taylor, Nicola Beauman posits that two works influenced Elizabeth Taylor's novel A Game of Hide and Seek. These are Chekov's story, "The Lady with the Dog" (1899) and David Lean's film "Brief Encounter" (1945). If you haven't read/finished A Game of Hide and Seek,

A Game of Hide and Seek: Chatter, Week Three2014-03-17T13:45:13-05:00

A Game of Hide and Seek: Chatter, Week Two

2014-03-17T13:44:11-05:00

As with Week One, this introductory bit will be spoiler-free and let's continue to mark any spoilers in the comments below as other readers join us in mid-month. But next Monday, we'll edge up to spoiler-territory and settle in there firmly on the final Monday. Last week we chatted (on

A Game of Hide and Seek: Chatter, Week Two2014-03-17T13:44:11-05:00

A Game of Hide and Seek: Chatter, Week One

2014-03-17T13:44:21-05:00

There won't be any spoilers in the body of these posts, and as many of you are still reading, let's clearly mark any significant spoilers in the comments. And, speaking of, who is still reading? Who is waiting to be convinced to re-read? Who is planning to read but doesn't

A Game of Hide and Seek: Chatter, Week One2014-03-17T13:44:21-05:00

Olly Olly Oxen Free: Elizabeth Taylor May Read-a-long

2014-03-17T13:23:43-05:00

The Elizabeth Taylor Centenary has celebrated four novels this year, so far. May marks our reading of A Game of Hide and Seek. Who's in? Published in 1951 in England, Elizabeth Bowen's review of the novel reads like this: "Two masterpiece love stories in our language, Persuasion and Wuthering Heights,

Olly Olly Oxen Free: Elizabeth Taylor May Read-a-long2014-03-17T13:23:43-05:00
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