A plaque on the north wall of St Nicholas Church, Chawton, Hampshire, is dedicated to Caroline Glyn:
CAROLINE GLYN, Novelist.
Lived and wrote in this Village.
Died 15th May 1981.
Aged 33 years.
A Member of Poor Clares at the
Convent of St Mary, Stroud.
New South Wales, Australia.'
Grandson Anthony Glyn's Elinor Glyn: A Biography (London: Hutchinson, 1955), with 1927 artwork here by Philip Alexius de László.
Joan Hardwick's Addicted to Romance: The Life and Adventures of Elinor Glyn (London: Deutsch, 1994) is also well worth reading.
Addendum: I've just Googled "Caroline Glyn" and discovered that her
novel Don't Knock the Corners Off (and no other) was translated into French by Francine Le Masson in 1964 as A bas l'école!, which translates literally as 'Down with School!', although this doesn't come anywhere near the subtlety of the English title.
––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––Professor Robert Temple on Caroline Glyn, with links to US Life article and two of Glyn's dustjackets with blurbs.
Sir Anthony Glyn's obituary in the Independent.