Elizabeth Berridge (novelist)
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Elizabeth Berridge (3 December 1919 – 2 December 2009) was a British novelist and critic, most famous for the novels Across the Common, which won the 1964 Yorkshire Post Novel of the Year Award, and Touch and Go.
- The Story of Stanley Brent (1945). Novella
- House of Defence (1945). Novel
- Selected Stories (1947); reissued by Persephone Books as Tell It to a Stranger (2000).
- Be Clean, Be Tidy (1949); in U.S. titled It Won't Be Flowers. Novel
- Upon Several Occasions (1953). Novel
- Rose under Glass (1961). Novel
- Across the Common (1964); in U.S. Lancer paperback edition titled The Violent Past (1968). Novel
- Sing Me Who You Are (1967). Novel
- That Surprising Summer (1972). For children
- The Barretts of Hope End: The Early Diary of Elizabeth Barrett Browning (editor) (1974).
- Family Matters: Sixteen Stories (1980).
- Run for Home (1981). For children
- People at Play (1982). Novel
- Touch and Go (1995). Novel
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