Home and Family
The homes we make with our families are the bedrock of our lives, and our domestic arrangements are perhaps the greatest force shaping our lives. There are some fascinating books on the topic, such as Julie Myerson's investigation of the families who'd lived in her house in previous decades, Jackie Kay's memoir of adoption and tracking down her Nigerian father, and many more.
Edmund De Waal
A memoir that traces the network of a remarkable family against the backdrop of a tumultuous century. It tells the story of a unique collection which passed from hand to...
Spanning the architectural history of the country house from the disarming Elizabethan charm of South Wraxall, the classical rigour of Kinross in Scotland, the majesty and ingenuity of Hawksmoor's Easton...
Jackie Kay's compassionate, life-affirming and extraordinarily moving memoir
Pieces together the author's family's past and uncovers their secrets - from his grandparents' life in colonial Rhodesia to his mother's time as a nun.
From the makers of the award-winning BBC series and Dr Nick Barratt, the UK's leading authority on family history, comes the definitive, must-have guide to researching your family's roots and...
Presents a portrait of family life, father-son relationships and bereavement.
Bestselling author and BBC reporter Kate Adie writes vividly, inspiringly and from many fascinating perspectives about what it means to be an abandoned child.
"And When Did You Last See Your Father?" is about a son's search to discover the truth about the remarkable Kerry girl who qualified as a doctor in Dublin in...
Christopher Simon Sykes
The highly praised biography of an archetypal great house and the family who lived there for over 250 years.
Hancox is the Tudor hall house in rural Sussex where the author grew up, and where she lives. It's been in the family since her ancestor Milicent Ludlow, young, single...
What does history really consists of? Centuries of people quietly going about their daily business - sleeping, eating, having sex, endeavouring to get comfortable. And where did all these normal...
Tracing his ancestry through six generations - slaves and freedmen, farmers and blacksmiths, lawyers and architects - back to Africa, the author discovered a sixteen-year-old youth, Kunta Kinte. This title...
The much-loved, critically-acclaimed memoir from the Booker Prize-winning author of The English Patient
Tells the story of a lost and damaged world of childhood and the constants of his father's world: men defined by drink they could take and the pain they could...
Since its purchase in 1604 by Thomas Sackville, 1st Earl of Dorset, the house at Knole, Kent, has been inhabited by thirteen generations of a single aristocratic family, the Sackvilles...
A literary memoir of adoption and the need to belong that talks about a childhood spent in transit between Notting Hill Gate and a decrepit houseboat on the banks of...
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