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Elizabeth de Beauchamp Goudge was born on April 24th 1900 in Wells, Somerset, where her father was Principal of Wells Theological College. Although she had privately intended writing as a career, her parents insisted she taught handicrafts in Oxford. She began writing in her spare time and her first novel ISLAND MAGIC, set in Guernsey, was a great success here and in America. GREEN DOLPHIN COUNTRY (1944) projected her to fame, netting a Literary Guild Award and a special prize of 30,000 from Louis B. Mayer of MGM before being filmed.In her later years Elizabeth Goudge settled in Henley-on-Thames. She died on April 1st, 1984.
Spring in Devon brings charming solutions to everyone's problems . . . the Wentworths are another of Miss Goudge's delightful families - Daily TelegraphAnother of those blends of fairytale grace, human warmth and spiritual feeling which only Elizabeth Goudge can contrive - The Scotsman