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Frances Thomas Children's Writer. Commander Lucas is dead.
Finding minerva Thomas, Frances Неизвестно 9781843237464 : Livvy has always been a model citizen, but her life changes dramatically when she is passed a note from her friend Max warning that . National Book Critics Circle Award, Biographers International Organization Plutarch Award and Los Angeles Times Book Prize Finalist. Thomas De Quincey was an obsessive. He was obsessed with Wordsworth and Coleridge, whose Lyrical Ballads provided the script to his life, and by the idea of sudden death. Running away from school to pursue the two poets, De Quincey insinuated himself into their world.
Select Format: Paperback. Livvy has always been a model citizen, but her life changes dramatically when she is passed a note from her friend Max warning that she is in danger. The next day, she is sent to boarding school by her brother. When the servant girl is found dead after a mysterious 'fall' the next morning, Livvy knows she must get away.
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Frances Thomas was born in Wales in 1943, and now divides her time between London and mid-Wales. She has written books for adults and children, including a biography of Christina Rossetti, published by Virago, 'Finding Minerva' which won the Tir na Nog prize, and 'Supposing', illustrated by Ross Collins, which won a Scottish Arts Council award. Библиографические данные. Christina Rossetti: A Biography. She has written books for adults and children, including a biography of Christina Rossetti, published by Virago, 'Finding Minerva' which won the Tir na Nog prize, and 'Supposing', illustrated by Ross Collins,which won a Scottish Arts Council award.
Book Description: Anyone who still believes women are frail, powerless, and incapable of dealing with machinery should read the story of Frances Nunnery, a determined, ingenious entrepreneur whose career and personality defy every stereotype about women. We first meet her as a self-sufficient little girl working on a Virginia tobacco farm, a youngster who, when she got a "lickin," never cried but "stood there as a matter of pride" and took her medicine. In 1921 she escaped to New Mexico in a Model T Ford, settling in Albuquerque, where she worked as a chauffeur, bus driver, boarding house keeper, and night club singer, among other occupations. She never stopped working, living all over New Mexico, ranching, working as a deputy sheriff, and selling real estate.