These stories about an irascible yet winning Maine widow have the amplitude and emotional
Elizabeth Strout’s new novel is a deft, unflinching and beautiful weave.
Elizabeth Strout once told a friend: “Kathy, if I ever return to a small town, I want you
Anyone who’s ever experienced depression, even the tiniest mote, knows that there’s great
For years, I didn’t read Elizabeth Strout.
Strout’s skill in channelling Lucy’s voice is breathtaking, especially considering it’s t
In this slight, spare and tender novel, the eponymous central character of Lucy Barton te
The relationship between mother and daughter, in all its thorniness and intricacy, is at
This is a story about a mother who loves her daughter,” says one of the characters in thi
It is both a book of withholdings and a book of great openness and wisdom.
For this month’s Reader’s Review, we explore the novel “My Name Is Lucy Barton” by Elizab
"I remember pounding on the glass of the windows, screaming," she recalls.
Pop quiz! Elizabeth Strout’s new book, “My Name Is Lucy Barton,” is:
Lucy Barton receives this advice from writer/teacher Sarah Payne, who becomes a guiding l
In Elizabeth Strout’s deeply affecting novel, the eponymous heroine endeavours to make se
This slender story (the book clocks in at just under 200 pages) unfolds over a five-day p
Elizabeth Strout is a writer bracingly unafraid of silences, her vision of the world nort