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ISBN:0900409398
Author: Scott Dobson
ISBN13: 978-0900409394
Title: Hadrian and the Geordie Waall. Geordie Beuks No 4
Format: mbr azw txt lrf
ePUB size: 1492 kb
FB2 size: 1681 kb
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Language: English
Publisher: Frank Graham; 1st edition (1970)
Pages: 32

Hadrian and the Geordie Waall. Geordie Beuks No 4 by Scott Dobson



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Scott Dobson (26 December 1918 – 22 January 1986) was an English art teacher, art critic and writer. His works were influential in North East England. In the 1960s and 1970s, after moving out of teaching, he published his first Geordie dialect book, Larn Yersel Geordie, which became the definitive work on the dialect. This was followed up by several more books in the series. They were definitely not "politically correct" but yet full of wit and humour. Hadrian and the Geordie Waall. Stotty Cake Row (1971). Aald Geordie's Almanack (1972). Geordie at the Match (with Len Shackleton). A light hearted guide to Geordieland (Newcastle, 1973). New Geordie Dictionary (Newcastle, 1974). The Geordie Joke Book (with Dick Irwin) (1970). The Blackpool Book (Newcastle, 1971).

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Newcastle publisher Frank Graham ' s " Geordie Dictionary " states:: " The origin of the word Geordie has been a matter of much discussion and controversy. All the explanations are fanciful and not a single piece of genuine evidence has ever been produced. It is from this name that the generic term Geordie for a Tynesider derive. .