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Elizabeth Smart Books In Order

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

By Grand Central Station I Sat Down and Wept (1945) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Assumption of the Rogues & Rascals (1982) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Collections

A Bonus (poems) (1977) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
In the Meantime (poems) (1984) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Collected Poems (1992) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Non Fiction Books

Necessary Secrets (1986) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Autobiographies (1987) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Juvenilia (1987) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Elizabeth's Garden (1989) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
On the Side of the Angels (1994) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle


Born in Canada in 1913, Elizabeth was a novel writer and a poet. She grew up in an affluent and renowned family. In fact, her father was a lawyer who regularly mixed with prominent people. With a good private education, Elizabeth was given the best beginning in academic life. This was not a surprise that she became interested in poetry and novel writing at her tender age.
Apart from being an author, she loved music .when she was 18 years old, she chose to study at Kings College in England. When she graduated, she landed her first job as a secretary to Margret Watt who was the leader of women living in rural areas. It was the period that she met George barker’s poetry. The person could define much about her future.
The relationship of Elizabeth with the English poet started during that period. Nevertheless, smart could even inform her friends that she love the man and would like to marry him.
When she finished working as a secretary, Elizabeth returned to her home in Ottawa. This is where she began working on her local journals. This prompted her to begin her career in both poetry and writing.
After venturing into the writing industry, she decided to make a visit to California and New York. This is where she met prominent writers for that time including Lawrence Durrell. At this time, she finally met with her lover of live, barker. Unfortunately, Barker was married, and he lived in Japan. However, he made an effort of traveling into the United States. This is where she met her and made a passionate and long-standing affair.
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Their relationship led to Elizabeth becoming pregnant. After that period, she went back to Canada being optimistic that Barker would follow her. But, her family intervened when he attempted to do so. Hence, the writer was refused an entry visa. This made Elizabeth to go back to the US again. Smart became pregnant again for the second child. At this time, she moved to England and worked in the ministry of defense whereby she was close to barker.
It was during this moment when she wrote the most famous work, by grand central station’ I sat down and wept.’ This was a fictional story about the relationship with George Barker.
Also, she had two more kids with Barker. She later took up as an advertising copy which took place until 1966. After that, she relocated to Suffolk where she became a creative writer.

Books are written by Elizabeth Smart
Among the various books written by Elizabeth, the following is a detailed description of two books:

By grand central station (I sat down and wept)-1945
By grand central station (I sat down and wept) is a novel which comprises of exaggerated contours. The deception of smart’s love affair starts when the narrator encounters a married man who wanted to become her lover. This prompted her to prepare herself for the inevitable. The moment she notices the man, her blood will spring abruptly to attention. Similarly, the guy feels the same way. However, she foresees the despair in which their love eventually causes his wife. As a result, the foresight is perceived to be a slow motion of the guillotine’s process in action. The first time he kisses her throughout the night, the centaurs galloped and hoofed in her heart. In fact, the poison got into her blood.
When she got in love with him, it made her vulnerable and powerful. In fact, she was Empress on a new found land. Also, he related alternately to Helen of Troy, Cleopatra and the Queen of Sheba. After a few months in the relationship, she looked at herself in the mirror, and she realized that her face looks like a thousand miles of love.
Unfortunately, it reached a time when a lover went back to his wife. After the incident. She writes beseeching letters and squeezes. Moreover, pain from side to side inflicted her caged head.
When wandering war blasted London, she was pregnant with the man’s child. The power of emotion was also transformed in one’s child perspective on the world. The on and off relationship with Barker continued for eighteen years.
By grand central station is a novel which has enforced a believe that romance is a prime force of life. This is because of the dreaded piercing experienced by smart.
The assumptions of the rogue and Rascals (1982)
The novel, which was written by Elizabeth Smart, was first published in 1978. As compared to her masterpiece” by the grand station I sat down and wept”, the novel was widely used. In fact, the remarkable novel established her reputation for being not only brave but an inspirational writer.

As a beautiful woman, aged 31 years with children with a faithless lover, she shouldn’t break the heart of her reputation. Instead, she must learn to deflect her grand passion into an acceptance of the rascals and rogues who bought her bitterness with borrowed money. She has attained her maturity out of the passionate youth through both disturbing revelation and pain. This was an indication that the cost of the rupture is high, and there is no looking back.
Smart’s voice can distil women’s determination for survival. Also, it is a voice which rises from the pub, underground, and the bus queue. As a result, Elizabeth’s hands are sought with something magnificent.

Elizabeth Smart’s poems
Among the various poems which have been written by the author, the following is an illustration of one of them:
“with the unsifted saving grace jostling about
On a muck’s medley of needs,
Similar to love lit shit,
Cyclic year after year,
The flying god who is unidentifiable is missed.”

Conclusion
The above is a biography of Elizabeth Smart. Among the many books she has written, the assumptions of the rock and by the grand station are the most prominent. Elizabeth describes her love affair with Barker. By reading the books, you can learn that the literature transforms and transcends individual’s experience. Therefore, you need to buy the novels as they are very interesting. it will also give you an highlight of the experienced faced by smart.

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