For award-winning, internationally-acclaimed author Rosemary Sutcliff (1920-92). By Anthony Lawton: godson, cousin & literary executor. Rosemary Sutcliff wrote historical fiction, children's literature and books, films, TV & radio, including The Eagle of the Ninth, Sword at Sunset, Song for a Dark Queen, The Mark of the Horse Lord, The Silver Branch, The Lantern Bearers, Dawn Wind, Blue Remembered Hills.
3 thoughts on “Newspaper review of The Flower of Adonis by historical fiction writer Rosemary Sutcliff about enigmatic Ancient Greece hero Alkibiades”
Incidentally the article was headed “Lucy Boston and Rosemary Sutcliff, both holders of the Carnegie Medal for books they have written for children, have each just had a novel for adults published – Lucy Boston’s second, and Rosemary Sutcliff’s fourth. Both of them talked to the women’s page…..
by Penny Hunter Symon.”
I’ve just looked at the Times Digital Archive (available at home via my library card) and it was The Times, Monday, Oct 27, 1969; pg. 6.