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Rosemary Sutcliff
(1920-92) internationally acclaimed 'writer of genius' (Guardian) of children’s literature & historical fiction eg by
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HNS Jan 21
Queen Elizabeth I’s long-lost skirt to go on display- found on a church altar in Herefordshire, via .
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Rosemary Sutcliff Jan 20
From this side of the Atlantic, after our stupid Brexit vote, on this inauspicious Inauguration Day, is useful
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Maine Coast Bookshop Jan 20
Very much seconded! Her books were my favourites in childhood, and remain so in adulthood! -- Meghan
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Rosemary Sutcliff Jan 20
Too many syllables and sentences ....
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Rosemary Sutcliff Jan 20
And also Rosemary Sutcliff's autobiographic memoir Blue Remembered Hills cc
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Rosemary Sutcliff Jan 20
I am her godson, but do recommend internationally-acclaimed Rosemary Sutcliff for historical fiction & YA/Children stories!
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Rosemary Sutcliff Jan 20
story-telling genes at musical work ...
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Janet Webb Jan 19
> When you come up for air British author writes about preserving "light" when barbarians arrive. Roman Britain.
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The Folio Society Jan 19
Happy birthday to ! Our 3-volume set of her classic Ripley novels are superbly illustrated.
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Lorraine o'mahoney Jan 19
I still remember our teacher reading The Eagle of the Ninth to us in late 60s. Helped us think and play and sparked lifelong interests
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Rosemary Sutcliff Jan 19
"Use the right word ; not its second cousin!" (Mark Twain) Or, on , as has it ...
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The Folio Society Jan 18
died in 1936. Our fabulous edition of his 'Kim' is illustrated by .
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The Folio Society Jan 18
Happy ! A. A. Milne was born 1882. Our charming edition features the artwork of E. H. Shepard.
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Amara Thornton Jan 15
From H.Wood on Roman Britain novelist Rosemary Sutcliff's memoir "Blue Remembered HIlls"
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Slightly Foxed Dec 21
'You could pick up shards of Mycenaean pottery as easily as anemones from the rough grass' Hazel Wood on Rosemary Sutcliff’s upbringing
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Durotriges Project Jan 13
The excellent and utterly invaluable research archive for experimental farm is now online
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Lord Ashcroft Jan 13
I nearly died from septic shock. For each retweet upto 50000 in the next month I will donate £1 to the UK SepsisTrust
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HNS Jan 13
For Friday 13th - Trade-card of Nathaniel Longbottom, supplier of skeletons (18th century). RT :
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Tom Palmer Jan 7
Everything I read by Rosemary Sutcliff hits the spot. What a writer!
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Roman Society Jan 11
War lessons from Ancient Rome - from The Guardian archive, 11 January 1917
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