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Anthony Lawton
Re impish irreverent writer of genius Rosemary Sutcliff (1920-92) & more. & 60+ books hers; tweets mine (godson, ex-charity-CEO)
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Harriet Goodchild 14h
Agree completely. (is grateful for reissues of Rosemary Sutcliff's back catalogue as e-books)
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Schuyler McConkey 5h
Bliss! I found Rosemary Sutcliff and Eloise Jarvis McGraw books at my grandma's house. :)
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Anthony Lawton 17h
'There are a range' or 'there is a range'? This from Labour website FAQs about membership
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Anthony Lawton 17h
UK GDP per person is only now just back to where it was in 2008.
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Anthony Lawton 17h
As well as The Rider of the White Horse (1959), The Flowers of Adonis (1969), & Blood and Sand (1987)
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Anthony Lawton 18h
Once upon a time published Rosemary Sutcliff’s novels for adults, incl. bestselling The Sword at Sunset
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Sandra Schwab 19h
Aka The Book That Ripped My Heart Out. It packs a powerful punch.
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Paul McClean 19h
ah apologies it's been a while! The RS translations set me off on the journey. Incredible to read aged 12 or so.
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Anthony Lawton 19h
“What it takes to be a successful academic isn’t … that well aligned with what it takes to be a good scientist.”
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Anthony Lawton 20h
Good to hear you read and still fairly obsessed (with Sutcliff - NB no E- or with the tales?)
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Anthony Lawton 20h
Rosemary Sutcliff’s Carnegie Medal winning historical novel, recalled by Philip Reeve
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Anthony Lawton 20h
Rosemary Sutcliff’s 1963 Best Seller
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Paul McClean Aug 26
loved these tales as a kid. Old Rosemary Sutcliffe translations. Still fairly obsessed. Would love to see this happen.
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Anthony Lawton Aug 27
Twitter Users, Predictive Spellers pl RT Re: Spelling Author Rosemary Sutcliff Surname Sutcliff has 2 Fs, no E So not Sutcliffe nor Sutclif
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Anthony Lawton Aug 27
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Anthony Lawton Aug 26
. Rosemary Sutcliff does indeed; but Why Odd?
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Mathew Tobin Aug 25
Besides Beowulf? There's Dawn Wind by Rosemary Sutcliff
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Geraldine Carter Aug 25
Someone asked for recoms of Anglo-Saxon lit. Rosemary Sutcliff Lantern Bearers,Jill PattenWalsh Hengest's Tale. Who was it??
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Anthony Lawton Aug 26
"I wasn’t at all writing-minded at school. I don’t know when it started, I just wanted to write."—Rosemary Sutcliff
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Anthony Lawton Aug 26
"There is only one thing worse than writing. And that’s not writing"—Rosemary Sutcliff, eminent historical novelist (d 1992).
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