|Title:||Company with the Heart of Gold|
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|Category:||Short Stories and Anthologies|
|Publisher:||HarperCollins Distribution Services; First Edition edition (June 1973)|
Edward Fairly Stuart Graham Cloete (23 July 1897 – 19 March 1976) was a South African novelist, essayist, biographer and short story writer. Apart from Turning Wheels, another prominent novel, 1963's Rags of Glory, is set during the Boer war (with, according to its foreword, much of the historical information based on Rayne Kruger's Goodbye Dolly Gray. The company with the heart of gold, and other stories, 1973. More nights of Jean Macaque, 1975.
Books by Stuart Cloete, The fiercest heart, Rags of glory, Watch for the dawn, The curve and the tusk, The silver trumpet, and other African stories, Gazella, Turning wheels, The honey bird. Stuart Cloete was born in Paris, France, the son of a French mother and South African father. Although he was successful as a farmer in South Africa, he wanted to become a, author, and he moved back to England to write.
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Stuart Cloete was born in France in 1897 to a Scottish mother and South African father. His ancestors had come from Holland with Jan Van Riebeck to establish a settlement for the Dutch East India Company). He remembered his early years in Victorian Paris with sweet nostalgia, but the ideal was shattered when he began his schooling in France and England. He never excelled academically and - in his own words - learnt almost nothing'. He became a successful farmer in the Transvaal in South Africa. But as soon as he had established himself and achieved his aims he became restless again and began pondering a life as a writer. His eighteen year marriage floundered through growing incompatibility and Cloete's infidelity. He never excelled academically and - in his Stuart Cloete was born in France in 1897 to a Scottish mother and South African father.
Company with the Heart of Gold 3 copies. The gambler: an autobiography volume 2, 1920-1939 3 copies. South Africa : the land, its people and achievements 3 copies. The Illustrated Book about Africa (Introduction) 5 copies. Stuart Cloete is composed of 3 names. You can examine and separate out names.
Author: Stuart Cloete. eBook title: Company with the Heart of Gold. Category: Literature & Fiction. Subcategory: Short Stories & Anthologies. ISBN13: 978-0002215428.
by Stuart Cloete (1897-1976). Approximate Word Count: 5231. Mrs. Brennen took snuff. She got it out of her grandson's store; going in and helping herself from the big tin on the second shelf. It was a habit her family deplored. Brennen did not like snuff much. It was one of the things she had got over. But the fact that her family deplored her taking it prevented her from giving it up completely. Some of it slipped between her fingers on to her black alpaca dress. She flicked it off with the back of her fingers and fumed to watch a span of oxen pull up to the store. The voorloper bent down to pick up some clods to throw into the faces of the oxen. The driver whistled and turned the handle of the brake.
CLOETE, (Edward Fairly) STUART (Graham) (1897-1976); (about) (chron. The Claws of the Cat, (ss) The Saturday Evening Post Apr 12 1952. The Company with the Heart of Gold, (ss) Argosy Jun 1956. The Two Forms of Comic Book Mummification, (cs) Nightfall 1991. CLORE, DAN (Carl) (1968- ) (chron. Antecessor at the Gate, (ss) The Urbanite 1997.
Books by Stuart Cloete. Format: Mass Market Paperback. Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group.