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ISBN:009183709X
Author: Jim Wight
ISBN13: 978-0091837099
Title: Dear Me
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ePUB size: 1400 kb
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Language: English
Category: Arts and Literature
Publisher: Random House Australia Ltd (2000)

Dear Me by Jim Wight



Written by Jim Wight Read by Christopher Timothy Unabridged. The Authorized Biography. After qualifying as a vet in 1939, Alf Wight, aka James Herriot, moved to a veterinary practice in Thirsk. He was over fifty when his first book of stories about life as a Yorkshire vet was published, giving birth to some of Yorkshire’s most famous and much-loved literary characters. Although he brought fame and fortune to himself and those around him, Alf Wight remained an intensely private person, respected and trusted by those whose animals he cared for, and adored by millions of fans  .

About Jim Wight: James Alexander Wight, son of the famous James Alfred Alf Wight who is best known as the author James Herriot  . Thirsk, North Yorkshire, The United Kingdom. Biography, Animals, Nonfiction. James Alexander Wight, son of the famous James Alfred Alf Wight who is best known as the author James Herriot. He lives just outside Thirsk in North Yorkshire.

They read the good book from Friday 'til Monday That's how the weekend goes I've got a dream house I'll build there one day With picket fence and ramblin' rose. I feel so welcome each time that I return 'Til my happy heart's laughin' like a clown I love those dear hearts and gentle people Who live and love in my home town. - Instrumental --. I love those dear hearts and gentle people Who live in my home town I love those dear hearts and gentle people Who never ever let me down

Alf Wight used a pen name because the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons frowned upon advertising-in any form, including writing a book-by its members, and he chose this particular pen name because he admired a football (soccer in the US) player named Jim Herriot; the two eventually met, and the photograph is in this book. Here's what Goodreads has to say: Quote: No one is better poised to write the biography of James Herriot than the son who worked alongside him in the Yorkshire veterinary practice when Herriot became an internationally bestselling author.

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Jim Wight, a consultant on new BBC1 drama series Young James Herriot, traces his father's route to success. James Herriot’s vivid characters and finely drawn scenes from Yorkshire life turned a country vet into a bestselling author. His six-book series quickly amassed a global following and inspired the immensely popular BBC drama series All Creatures Great and Small, which first aired in 1978 and continues to top viewers’ favourites polls. Starting this week, Young James Herriot, an original drama based on the author’s student days at Glasgow veterinary college, is set to win a new generation of fans.

After qualifying as a vet in 1939, Alf Wight, aka James Herriot, moved to a veterinary practice in Thirsk. He was over fifty when his first book of stories about life as a Yorkshire vet was published, giving birth to some of Yorkshire's most famous and much-loved literary characters. Although he brought fame and fortune to himself and those around him, Alf Wight remained an intensely private person, respected and trusted by those whose animals he cared for, and adored by millions of fans

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Reviews: 7
Zieryn
An excellent read from start to finish. Thanks!
Risa
Peter Ustinov was a contemporary renaissance man. His subtle, amusing and self deprecating wit abound in this autobiography. I was more interested in his life than in his philosophizing. However I may not be interested in his myriad opinions, it is a proof of his vast intellectual gifts
Flash_back
Great read - wonderful talent, a true renaissance man.
Topmen
Only OK. For a person of such intellect and education, I'd have expected a more self-examining memoir.
Mardin
It's funny, I can hear his voice in my head when I read this book. He has a great gift of storytelling. I was underlining text for the first time to note the best of his work. I wish he ad written more of his collaboration with David Niven.
Molotok
With surprisingly astute observations on nearly every subject, the man without a nation but with an irrepressible tendency to laugh gives us his life as a model for celebration.
Yozshujind
Usutinov a this best. Dorset tend to overwrite
A lot of fun stories - he wrote beautifully - I got a little tired of how much in love with himself he was but then if you're going to write a book about yourself you must think you're wonderful! ha ha.