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My Friend My Father

Author : Jane Duncan
ISBN : 9781447297956
Genre : Fiction
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'It seems to me,' my father said quietly, 'that one always tries to leave a place better than one found it . . .' From the time when she was small enough to be held high above his head Duncan Sandison was the most important person in Janet's life . . . This remarkable novel, the story of a remarkable man who has appeared in many previous Friends, begins with Janet as a young child at Reachfar. As she grows up her admiration for Duncan deepens into a bond of true affection that sustains her through many trials and adventures. After her marriage to Twice Alexander it is her father's letters that bring the scent of the heather to the Caribbean, carrying with them all the comfort of his love . . .

Tales Of My Father And My Friends

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ISBN : HARVARD:32044086802147
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Those Were The Days My Friend I Thought They D Never End

Author : Roberta Silfen, Ed. D.
ISBN : 9781483625898
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This is the story of a little girl born on the Lower East Side, in New York City, of immigrant parents from Austria and Germany. An artistically talented woman who overcame her losses at an early age and developed her talents with her tenacity and determination. How and why she became known as "Sally". The celebrities and political figures she met and interacted with during the course of her career; her travels abroad with the dazzling experiences and humorous incidents no one else could have experienced. A fascinating career in the fashion world of 7th Avenue in New York City at the height of it’s fame. The partnership which developed into a lasting friendship; creating the very successful manufacturing company of women' s one of a kind gowns "Amoureuse Couture"; started on her living room floor with just $2000, and its eventual demise as a result of the garment worker's union. Experience it all with the exciting, picturesque and emotional overtones that can only be told by Sara Beatrice Sober.

The Complete Concordance To Shakspere

Author : Mary Cowden Clarke
ISBN : UIUC:30112042671914
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Reappraising Jane Duncan

Author : Rita Elizabeth Rippetoe
ISBN : 9781476627991
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Scottish novelist Jane Duncan's semiautobiographical My Friends series was dismissed by postwar critics as lightweight, at a time when a coterie of "angry young men" monopolized the attention of the British publishing establishment. Yet deeper themes are at play in the 19 novels. Modern readers will recognize feminist motifs, a wide-ranging examination of women's education and work in the 20th century, a woman's view of the rising societal tensions of the 1920s and 1930s, and an outsider's perspective on the racial divide in the soon-to-be-independent West Indies. This book explores Duncan's body of work, out of print for decades, though sought by loyal fans. Her characters run the gamut--drunken tinkers, Lowland housewives, Irish miners, members of the London fast set and English marchionesses, all portrayed with telling detail. Her novels--two of them recently reprinted for a new generation--reveal a charming and perceptive recorder of the changes Great Britain underwent in the past century.

Catalog Of Copyright Entries

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105119498777
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The Mainstream Companion To Scottish Literature

Author : Trevor Royle
ISBN : 9781780574196
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The Mainstream Companion to Scottish Literature is the most comprehensive reference guide to Scotland's literature, covering a period from the earliest times to the early 1990s. It includes over 600 essays on the lives and works of the principal poets, novelists, dramatists critics and men and women of letters who have written in English, Scots or Gaelic. Thus, as well as such major writers as Robert Henryson, William Dunbar, Gavin Douglas, Allan Ramsay, Robert Fergusson, Robert Burns, Walter Scott, Robert Louis Stevenson and Hugh MacDiarmid, the Companion also lists many minor writers whose work might otherwise have been overlooked in any survey of Scottish literature. Also included here are entries on the lives of other more peripheral writers such as historians, philosophers, diarists and divines whose work has made a contribution to Scottish letters. Other essays range over such general subjects as the principal work of major writers, literary movements, historical events, the world of printing and publishing, folklore, journalism, drama and Gaelic. A feature of the book is the inclusion of the bibliography of each writer and reference to the major critical works. This comprehensive guide is an essential tool for the serious student of Scottish literature as well as being an ideal guide and companion for the general reader.

To Be Continued

Author : Merle Jacob
ISBN : 157356155X
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Adds 1,600 new books and 400 new series, maintaining the first volume's successful formula.

My Friends The Miss Boyds

Author : Jane Duncan
ISBN : 9781447297659
Genre : Fiction
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Here, seen through the uninhibited eyes of eight-year-old Janet Sandison, is a vanished world-an isolated community living by its own unquestioned code of decency and integrity. Into this remote backwater come the 'Miss Boyds'-a clutch of flighty, townbred sisters. At first they are figures of fun, but the tragedy that overtakes them arouses all the compassion of the highland people. Full of humour, incident and colour, this delightful novel brings a forgotten era vividly to life, captures all a child's excitement as the world expands around her.

The Cry Of The Dying Medicine Man

Author : O'NE
ISBN : 9781491748558
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Pedro Nosa Halili was the one they called the medicine man. But he was more than that; he was a man with principles, pride, morals, and dignity. He was a giver; he gave to the needy who would knock on his door asking for a helping hand. In The Cry of the Dying Medicine Man, author Antonio Marquez Halili offers a biography of his father, a man who stood tall for his principles and for what he knew was right. Halili recaps his father’s life from birth in 1904 in the Philippines, a life that was full of mysteries, including how he even survived after his birth. From his formative years through university, his work as a physician, his involvement with a guerilla group in World War II, his family, and his eventual death, The Cry of the Dying Medicine Man narrates a story of successes and contributions to humankind. With photos included, this biography shares the details of the life of a medicine man who confronted every hindrance and faced it as a man of dignity.

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