Author

Penelope Fitzgerald

British writer

1916   -   2000

country of citizenship: United Kingdom
language of expression: English
educated at: Somerville College
occupation: poet, novelist, writer, biographer
award received: Booker Prize

Penelope Mary Fitzgerald (17 December 1916 – 28 April 2000) was a Booker Prize–winning novelist, poet, essayist and biographer from Lincoln, England. In 2008 The Times listed her among "the 50 greatest British writers since 1945". The Observer in 2012 placed her final novel, The Blue Flower, among "the ten best historical novels".
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Works

12

The Blue Flower

book by Penelope Fitzgerald

author: Penelope Fitzgerald

1995

Offshore

novel by Penelope Fitzgerald

author: Penelope Fitzgerald

1979

The Bookshop

novel by Penelope Fitzgerald

author: Penelope Fitzgerald

1978

Human Voices

book by Penelope Fitzgerald

author: Penelope Fitzgerald

1979

At Freddie's

book by Penelope Fitzgerald

author: Penelope Fitzgerald

1982

The Golden Child

book by Penelope Fitzgerald

author: Penelope Fitzgerald

1977

The Beginning of Spring

book by Penelope Fitzgerald

author: Penelope Fitzgerald

1988

The Gate of Angels

book by Penelope Fitzgerald

author: Penelope Fitzgerald

1990

Innocence

book by Penelope Fitzgerald

author: Penelope Fitzgerald

1982

Offshore

author: Penelope Fitzgerald

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