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  1. Jennifer Anne Mary Alleyne Lash Fiennes (27 February 1938 – 28 December 1993), also known as Jini Fiennes, was an English novelist and painter. [1] In 1961, she published The Burial, her first novel, at the age of 23. Lash was regarded as one of the most promising young people among England's artists at the time.

  2. 28 de dic. de 1993 · edit data. Born at Chichester, Sussex on 27 February 1938 to Joan Mary Moore, who was of Irish Catholic descent, and Brigadier Henry Alleyne Lash, a British colonial officer, Jennifer Lash lived in India where her father was stationed until the age of 6. When her family returned to England, they settled down in Surrey.

  3. 29 de jul. de 1999 · Now, almost six years after her death, ''Blood Ties,'' written under her maiden name, Jennifer Lash, has been published to growing notice, thanks to the efforts of some of her children and...

  4. 21 de jul. de 2023 · While her name may not be widely recognized, her impact as a celebrated novelist and devoted mother is nothing short of remarkable. Eight novels, an endless number of paintings and photographs and a unique approach to motherhood – this all was Jennifer Lash. This and much more.

  5. 19 de feb. de 1998 · Jennifer Lash. 3.88. 72 ratings16 reviews. From the remarkably talented novelist comes an unforgettable travel memoir. In 1986 Jennifer Lash learned she had cancer, and after a painful operation, she embarked on a solitary pilgrimage through France to Spain.

  6. Set mainly in Ireland, Jennifer Lash's dark, exhilarating novel is about the redemptive power of love. It tells of Violet Farr and her loveless marriage, her wild, unfathomable son and his...

  7. 15 de dic. de 1998 · On Pilgrimage. Jennifer Lash. Bloomsbury USA, Aug 19, 2000 - Travel - 224 pages. From the remarkably talented novelist comes an unforgettable travel memoir. In 1986 Jennifer Lash learned...