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  Elizabeth Taylor
Dame Elizabeth Rosamond Taylor (born February 27, 1932) is a British actress born in London as the daughter of the art dealer Francis Taylor and the actress Sara Taylor.
Sometimes known as "Liz Taylor", she became an actress as a child.
Most notably, Elizabeth Taylor received an Academy Award for Best Actress in 1966 for Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf and in 1960 for Butterfield 8.
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 Elizabeth Taylor (novelist)
Elizabeth Taylor (1912-1975) was a popular English novelist and short story writer of the mid-20th century.
She was born Elizabeth Coles in Reading, Berkshire.
In 1936 she married John Taylor, a businessman.
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 The Book Magazine - Not That Elizabeth Taylor
Elizabeth Taylor quietly delineates many of the indignities of increasing age and frailty; and by bestowing the most undignified on the character we like the least we are putty in her hands as we examine the limited extent of our sympathies.
Elizabeth Taylor’s final illness came as she was writing Blaming and it was a determined effort on her part to see it through to printing whilst facing her own death.
Elizabeth Taylor was born in 1912 in Reading, Berkshire and worked as a governess before her marriage in 1936.
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 Elizabeth Taylor Resource eStore - Elizabeth
As Taraborrelli brings to life the people around Elizabeth and her rise in 1940s Hollywood, he reveals the qualities that made her a star, the associations that put her at the right place at the right time, and the ways in which she was singularly unprepared for life out on her own.
While Elizabeth's eight marriages to seven men have been widely publicized, this author examines the psychological and emotional roots of each relationship, including her abusive marriage to Nicky Hilton, her attraction to swashbuckling Mike Todd, and the complex, incendiary Taylor-Burton love affair that continued for decades and never truly died.
Taylor's last movie was the 1994 live-action classic "The Flintstones," and poor health has kept her even from making appearances on behalf of her beloved AIDS charities.
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 The other Liz Taylor - Telegraph
The writer Elizabeth Taylor is one of the hidden treasures of the English novel.
As it progresses, it seems as if the cast are so fully rounded that all the novelist had to do was place them, successively, in one setting after another and observe how they reacted to each other.
Taylor is one of the hidden treasures of the English novel.
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  Elizabeth Taylor
She was born Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor in Hampstead, London, England, the second child of Francis Lenn Taylor (December 28, 1897-November 20, 1968) and Sara Viola Warmbrodt (August 21, 1896-September 11, 1994).
Taylor was born with dual British and American citizenship.
Elizabeth Taylor's hand and foot prints are immortalized in the forecourt of Grauman's Chinese Theater and she has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6336 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood.
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 Elizabeth Taylor - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Taylor, Elizabeth, born in 1932, American actor, an internationally celebrated and award-winning performer.
Dame Elizabeth Rosamund Taylor, DBE (born February 27 1932) is an iconic two-time Academy Award-winning American actress.
Elizabeth Taylor (I) on IMDb: Movies, TV, Celebs, and more...
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 Olsson's: Recommended Reads: Elizabeth Taylor, Again
Palfrey, whom Taylor describes as someone who "would have made a distinguished looking man and, sometimes, wearing evening dress, looked like some famous general in drag") and shot, the film romanticizes the relationship between an aging widow and a young writer who by chance helps her up from a fall.
Taylor delicately depicts the sad ennui that comes with loneliness and the despairing realization that one has lived out the best of one's days.
The novels of Elizabeth Taylor were reissued by Virago Press a year ago and many include new introductions and appreciations by Paul Bailey (basis for the fictional Ludo), Hilary Mantel and Sarah Waters, among others.
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 Elizabeth Taylor: I'm not dead - Telegraph
Elizabeth Taylor, the veteran actress, has appeared on American television and rebuked claims that she is gravely ill or suffering from Alzheimer's disease.
Taylor, who is an active campaigner in the fight against AIDS, made a feisty appearance on the chat show, and tackled the recent tabloid stories on the state of her health.
Taylor answered questions on a range of topics, including her film career, past loves and her AIDS activism.
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 Elizabeth Taylor (novelist) Biography and Summary
The lack of attention given to Elizabeth Taylor's work seems especially remarkable when one examines the number of novels and short stories she wrote.
Elizabeth Taylor (née Coles; July 3, 1912 – November 19, 1975) was a popular English novelist and short story writer.Elizabeth Coles was born in Reading, Berkshire in 1912.
[Elizabeth Taylor] wrote twelve novels and produced four volumes of short stories, many of the latter reprinted from the New Yorker magazine—in itself a sign that she was rather more than the comfortable chronicler of domesticity that she was sometimes taken to be.
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 Gaskell Elizabeth Cleghorn - Search Results - ninemsn Encarta
Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn (1810-1865), English novelist, known both for her gentle social comedy and for her compassionate fictional accounts of...
Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell (née Stevenson; 29 September 1810 12 November 1865), often referred to simply as Mrs.
Gaskell, was an English novelist and short story writer.
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 Elizabeth Taylor's relentless Englishness - TLS Highlights - Times Online
Born Elizabeth Coles in 1912 in Reading, she was educated at the Abbey School (here it is conventional to genuflect to the influence on Taylor of another Abbey old girl, Jane Austen).
Taylor, by contrast, is hard-headed: “It is seldom safe to confide in lonely people”, she points out briskly in At Mrs Lippincote’s, “better to trust in busy, popular people, who have no time for betraying one and no personal need to do so”.
Taylor’s early heroes, and villains, somehow lack the sex-appeal we are supposed to find in them: simultaneously prissy and pompous, they often seem culled either from the Trevor Howard, stuffed-shirt school of masculinity, or from the smarmier David Niven mode.
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 Literary Encyclopedia: Elizabeth Taylor
Elizabeth Taylor, novelist and short-story writer, was born at Reading, Berkshire, on July 3rd, 1912, the daughter of Oliver Coles, an insurance agent, and Elsie, née Fewtrell.
Taylor’s work was greatly admired by other writers – figures as diverse as Elizabeth Bowen, Angus Wilson and Kingsley Amis – but few academic critics took much notice of it.
One of Taylor’s abiding preoccupations was with displacement and dispossession, with the threats and the opportunities afforded by the insecure tenure of one’s living space, and such themes had a special momentum in the 1940s; the characters in her early novels are f
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 Elizabeth Bowen - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Elizabeth Dorothea Cole Bowen (7 June, 1899 – 22 February, 1973) was an Anglo-Irish novelist and short story writer.
Bowen was born in Dublin and later brought to Bowen’s Court in County Cork...
Born in Dublin in 1899, Elizabeth Bowen was the only child of Anglo-Irish Protestant parents.
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 Amazon.co.uk: Angel: Unabridged: Books: Elizabeth Taylor,Carole Boyd
Elizabeth Taylor is a fine writer with an exquisite turn of self-deprecation and devastating humour.
Elizabeth Taylor is one of English literature's best kept secrets; her shrewd, observant novels of human frailty have won her a small but devoted readership and 'Angel' is held by many as their favourite of her books.
Elizabeth Taylor charts Angel's spectacular rise and gradual fall with a devastating eye for ironic detail.
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 Elizabeth Taylor
Replete with the subtle wit that is her hallmark, and a tender and perfectly evoked portrait of friendship between women, A Wreath of Roses is nonetheless Elizabeth Taylor's darkest novel: an astute exploration of the fear of loneliness and its emotional armour."
All are bewitched by this golden tyrant, all conspire to protect her from what she really is. All, that is, except the clear-eyed Liz: it is left to her to show them that Flora's kindness is the sweetest poison of them all.
"Elizabeth Taylor [...] is the Jane Austen of this century: her canvas small but wonderfully observed, witty, and profound.
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 Amazon.com: Elizabeth Taylor: My Love Affair with Jewelry: Books: Elizabeth Taylor
Taylor reminisces about the occasions when these pieces were given to her by the men in her life.
Elizabeth Taylor's MY LOVE AFFAIR WITH JEWELRY is one of the most sumptuous and beautifully-made books on the subject of fine jewelry.
While the photographs of Elizabeth Taylor's jewels are undoubtedly wonderful, I found it almost as interesting to take note of the hairstyles, clothing, and decor in the pictures...
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 Feminine Ripples - TIME
Taylor will probably have to be content with a lot fewer readers than she deserves.
Novelist Taylor comes a cropper in dealing with the handsome stranger—a psychotic who is a good deal more dangerous than Camilla at first suspects.
Elizabeth Taylor's best novel is still her third, A View of the Harbour, in which she managed a greater range of characters and moods with more solidity of style.
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 Elizabeth Arden Signed Exclusive Fragrance Licensing Agreement With Danielle Steel
She is recognized globally as a tremendously talented and brilliant author," said Paul West, President and Chief Operating Officer of Elizabeth Arden.
She will be personally involved with Elizabeth Arden in all aspects of product development, bringing her elegance, ideas of romance, and passionate personality to her signature line." Ms.
Elizabeth Arden is the perfect partner to help make my vision for this fragrance line a reality." Since 1981, Danielle Steel has been a permanent fixture on the New York Times bestseller lists.
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 Review of the movie "Elephant Walk" (1954) starring Elizabeth Taylor
Elizabeth Taylor is the ravishingly beautiful young bride of a fabulously wealthy tea plantation owner in Ceylon (now Sri Lanka).
It is not explained why Elizabeth Taylor falls for the overseer, or even if she falls at all.
When Elizabeth Taylor is trapped in the fire and surrounded by rampaging elephants, we know that she is going to get out.
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 Filmmakers are discovering the novels of a 20th century Jane Austen -- a late British author named Elizabeth Taylor
The French filmmaker was intrigued by the British novelist's title character -- a florid romance writer in turn-of-20th-century England who lives in a perfumed world of her creation where white peacocks are given to wander onto a moonlit terrace.
A preliminary search under her name on Amazon.com pulls up "Elizabeth Takes Off," an account of the other Elizabeth Taylor's struggle with weight gain and self-esteem, along with "Nibbles and Me," a memoir she wrote as a child about keeping her pet chipmunk out of mischief on movie sets.
Lippincote's'': Taylor's first novel is set during World War II and focuses on the wife of an RAF officer who moves with her husband into a moth-eaten furnished house.
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 CBC.ca Arts - Elizabeth Taylor dismisses reports of illness on 'Larry King Live'
An exasperated Elizabeth Taylor rejected tabloid reports that she is gravely ill during an appearance on CNN's Larry King Live Tuesday night.
Elizabeth Taylor, shown in 2003, said Tuesday that she uses a wheelchair because she suffers from osteoporosis and was born with scoliosis, an abnormal curvature of the spine.
Taylor also became known for her string of Hollywood marriages and divorces.
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 The Writer's Almanac from American Public Media
It's the birthday of the novelist Hermann Hesse, born in Calw, Germany, in 1877.
A shrewd observer of the domestic manners of the English middle classes, Elizabeth Taylor was hailed as the Jane Austen of her day.
It's the birthday of the novelist and syndicated columnist Anna Quindlen, born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1953.
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 Elizabeth Taylor (novelist) at AllExperts
Elizabeth Taylor (n̩e Coles; July 3, 1912 РNovember 19, 1975) was a popular English novelist and short story writer.Elizabeth Coles was born in Reading, Berkshire in 1912.
She was a friend of the novelist Ivy Compton-Burnett and of the novelist and critic Robert Liddell.
Elizabeth Jane Howard refused due to what she felt was a lack of incident in Elizabeth Taylor's life.
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 Elizabeth Taylor Web Page At MyStarLinks.com
Elizabeth lived in London until the age of seven, when the family left for the US when the clouds of war began brewing in Europe in 1939.
Elizabeth now had a long-term contract with MGM and was its top child star.
Elizabeth Taylor (née Coles; July 3, 1912 November 19, 1975) was a...
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 Amazon.com: Elizabeth Taylor's Nibbles and Me: Books: Elizabeth Taylor
Written when she was just 14, Elizabeth Taylor's Nibbles and Me provides an innocent account of the child actress's experiences and her adventures with her pet chipmunk.
In 1946, Elizabeth Taylor -- then fourteen and a major star at MGM -- published a book about her pet chipmunk, Nibbles.
Long out of print, this enchanting memoir is available once again with Miss Taylor's original illustrations (including previously unpublished drawings from her private collection), photos of Elizabeth Taylor and Nibbles on and off the set, and a new introduction by the legendary actress.
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 Time to rediscover Elizabeth Taylor
The work of discreet British novelist Elizabeth Taylor (1912-1975) is less well-known than it should be, perhaps because of confusion with the flamboyant actress who shares her name.
Her novels are in the tradition of Barbara Pym and Elizabeth Bowen, with interesting characters, beautiful writing and sly wit.
Five Taylor novels have been reissued by Virago, of which these are two.
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 Elizabeth Taylor: Michael Jackson
With an impressive collection of awards and honors, Elizabeth Taylor is considered one of the most talented and beautiful actresses of all time.
Available for the first time of CD are the only recordings of the definitive international film superstar Elizabeth Taylor.
The concert began nearly an hour late as Jackson - dressed in a white spangled jacket - was escorted to his seat with Elizabeth Taylor.
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