Elizabeth Taylor (novelist)
Elizabeth Taylor (née Coles; 3 July 1912 - 19 November 1975) was a British novelist and short story writer. Kingsley Amis described her as "one of the best English novelists born in this century"; Antonia Fraser called her "one of the most underrated writers of the 20th century" and Hilary Mantel said she was "deft, accomplished and somewhat underrated."
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