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  • Author:
    L. M. Boston
  • ISBN:
    0571093167
  • ISBN13:
    978-0571093168
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    Faber & Faber (May 18, 1970)
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    98 pages
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Boston was a British author noted for her longevity; she did not have her first book published until she was over 60. She is best known for her Green Knowe books, inspired by her home The Manor in Hemingford Grey.

Boston was a British author noted for her longevity; she did not have her first book published until she was over 60. She is best known for her Green Knowe books, inspired by her home The Manor in Hemingford Grey, Cambridgeshire, one of the oldest continuously inhabited houses in Britain. Her books were illustrated by her son Peter (1918-1999).

Boston created over 20 patchworks during her lifetime. The Horned Man: Or, Whom Will You Send To Fetch Her Away (1970). The Guardians of the House (1974). Surprisingly, the only mention of patchwork in Memory in a House comes when she describes repairing an old patchwork hanging in the dining room, in which every piece of material was pre-1830. The existence of the patchworks was scarcely known until 1976, when the celebrated conductor and keyboard player, Christopher Hogwood, who was a close friend, arranged an exhibition of them at the King’s Lynn Festival. The Fossil Snake (1975).

Used availability for Lucy M Boston's The Horned Ma.

May 1970 : UK Hardback.

She is best known for her Green Knowe books, inspired by her home The Manor in Hemingford Grey, Cambridgeshire, one of the oldest permanently inhabited houses in Britain

She is best known for her Green Knowe books, inspired by her home The Manor in Hemingford Grey, Cambridgeshire, one of the oldest permanently inhabited houses in Britain. Her books were illustrated by her son Peter (1918-1999)

Reminiscent in many ways of Arthur Miller's classic drama "The Crucible," Boston's work explores the complicated personal and cultural factors that contribute to mass hysteria.

Reminiscent in many ways of Arthur Miller's classic drama "The Crucible," Boston's work explores the complicated personal and cultural factors that contribute to mass hysteria. in the form of the prosecutor himself, Mr. Simon Upjohn. I am currently working my way through . Boston's works, or I might never have come across this obscure play, long out-of-print. I enjoyed it enough that I would recommend others to read it, should they come across it.

The horned man. or, Whom will you send to fetch her away ? by L. M. Boston. Published 1970 by Faber in London. Cast: 10 men, 3 Women, 5 boys, 3 girls, supers.

to send a telegram because it was too late to send a letter. to finish some work at the phonetic^ laboratory. 2. They decided that she. to send them a telegram every tenth day. 3. You. to learn all the new words for the next lesson to be our new teacher of history. to put on your raincoat. 8. The child had stomach trouble and. to take castor oil. 9. I told her she. to open the window for a while every day.

When Sally found a man’s sock curled among her clean clothes at the local launderette she returned it to the tall . The gypsy had warned her that she had no future with this man, yet here he was, five lonely years after their last meeting, begging her to join him in New York.

When Sally found a man’s sock curled among her clean clothes at the local launderette she returned it to the tall dark man with a shy smile. They met there every week for several months, then were seen no more. She felt unbelievably happy as she stepped on board the . A disastrous holiday.