3 edition of The man who went to Europe found in the catalog.
The man who went to Europe
Clara Janetta Fort Denton
|Statement||by Clara J. Denton|
|Series||[Baker"s edition of plays], English and American drama of the nineteenth century, Baker"s edition of plays|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||12|
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“The Last Man in Europe,” was the working title and Dennis Glover offers up little snippets that you may recognise from Orwell’s books, or that really make you think (Sonia Orwell not visiting him in hospital after his will was finalised shocked me to the core)/5(25).
The only drawback of this book is a lack of enough maps. There are maps at the beginning, but this book goes into so much useful detail that it would have been better to have more maps. However, this could have increased the size of the book/5(36).
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A limited set, to be sure, but one that serves to delineate a life well-lived. Entirely wonderful, well written and packed with history, romance, love and danger/5. “The Last Man in Europe,” was the working title and Dennis Glover offers up little snippets that you may recognise from Orwell’s books, or that really make you think (Sonia Orwell not visiting him in hospital after his will was finalised shocked me to the core)/5(23).
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Drawing on new scholarship, Clark offers a fresh look at World War I, focusing not on the battles and atrocities of the Cited by: Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. The following is from Dennis Glover’s novel, The Last Man in Glover explores the creation of Orwell’s classic work, which for millions of readers worldwide defined the twentieth century, and is now again proving its unnerving relevance.
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The book is big and colorful, and makes a great addition to an already superb collection of Lonely Planet books. To someone who did not already own the other books, I would probably recommend starting with The Countries Book, but if you are specifically interested in Europe, you can't go wrong with this/5(26).
The courageous premise of this book caught my attention, its sheer brilliance kept me reading. Orwell’s remains one of the most influential books I have read, and Dennis Glover’s ‘fictional’ account of Orwell’s life has not only served to remind me of that, but also of how important books used to be in the dissemination of ideas/5.
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