No. 43 - Autumn 2014

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No. 43 - Autumn 2014

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Editado: Dez 30, 2014, 11:07 am

I've only just got around to entering this issue in my library, so this is a catch-up.

Works reviewed:

A Weekend with Claude, Harriet said ..., The Dressmaker, The Bottle Factory Outing, Sweet William, A Quiet Life, An Awfully Big Adventure, The Birthday Boys, Every Man for Himself and Master Georgie - all by Beryl Bainbridge
Marrying Out by Harold Carlton
My Early Life by Winston Churchill
Come Hither: A Collection of Rhymes and Poems for the Young of all ages by Walter de la Mare
La Premiere gorge de biere by Philippe Delerm
The Journals of Arnold Bennett edited by Norman Flower
The General by C S Forester
Memoirs of a Birdman by Ludwig Koch
If This is a Man, The Truce by Primo Levi
Sealskin Trousers by Eric Linklater
The Rasp, The White Crow, The Link, The Noose, The Polferry Riddle, The Wraith, The Crime Conductor, The Maze, Rope To Spare, Death on My Left, Warrant for X and The List of Adrian Messenger - all by Philip MacDonald
Holiday and the other out-of-print novels of Stanley Middleton
The Illustrated History of the Countryside by Oliver Rackham
Kidnapped by Robert Louis Stevenson
Bowman of Crecy, The Hawk by Ronald Welch
Monkey by Wu Ch'eng-en

Also articles on Chinese rhubarb and on the wood engravings of Kathleen Lindsley

The best represented work on LT by some distance is Kidnapped with over 5000 copies. Beryl Bainbridge is well-represented and there are a fair number of copies of Philip MacDonald's books. Apart from the Booker winning Holiday there are only 2-3 copies of most of his many novels.