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|Statement||by R. Thurston Hopkins ; illustrated from photographs by the author.|
|Contributions||Kaye-Smith, Sheila, 1887-1956.|
|LC Classifications||PR6021A8 Z6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 225 p.  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||225|
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There are obscured previous owner details inside the covers. This book is from our pre ISBN stock and could therefore be over 50 years old. Sheila kaye-Smith. Published by Cassell. Cite Writing mostly in the first half of the twentieth century, Sheila Kaye-Smith published thirty-one novels, in addition to about twenty works in other genres: biography, criticism, saints' lives, country lore, and books of memoirs (one of them disguised as a cookery book).
Short biography Sheila Kaye-Smith was born in St. Leonard’s-on-Sea, Sussex, England, the daughter of a country doctor. She made her publishing debut at age 21 in with the novel The Tramping Methodist.
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Book Binding:N/A. World of Books USA was founded in Book Condition:GOOD. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 1 August Sheila Kaye-Smith ( –) was one of a number of early twentieth century rural novelists writing in what has become known as “the Sheila Kaye-Smith and the Weald country book regional tradition”.
Like Thomas Hardy, from whom they took their inspiration, most of them set their novels in one particular part of the country.3/5(1). *The Weald of Kent and Sussex () non-fiction *Quartet in Heaven () religious biography *The View from the Parsonage () *All the Books of My Life () autobiography Reference *''Sheila Kaye-Smith and the Weald Country'' () R.
Thurston Hopkins *''Sheila. Such a one was Sheila Kaye-Smith. Take her non-fiction WEALD OF KENT AND SUSSEX (Robert Halereprinted ) in which she invites the reader to accompany her about the Weald; not, as might be expected, by car, bicycle or on foot, but by those.
odd little single-track railways (as she puts it) crossing the rural areas between the main lines. Sheila Kaye-Smith was an English writer known for her many novels and poems focused on English rural life.
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The Sheila Kaye-Smith literary society is based in St Leonards-on-Sea, meets regularly, and has published a chronology of her life and works, as well producing an annual journal, The Gleam.
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Her book The End of the House of Alard became a best-seller, and gave her prominence; it was followed by other. ove the altar, which with its wooden Jacobean rail was occulted from the south by a three-decker pulpit, while at the west end a gallery sagged over the box-pews, dispensing rustic music from on high, with a choir of village boys whose broad Kentish vowels must have brought our services closer than most others to the original English of the Book of Common Prayer.
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The twentieth-century novelist Sheila Kaye-Smith (–) was born in St Leonards-on-Sea, near Hastings, and lived most of her life in Sussex. She is known for her many novels in the British regional literature genre, which are set in the borderlands of Sussex and Kent.
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History. The name Chatham was first recorded as Cetham in The Domesday Book records the place as Ceteham. Most books explain this name as a British root ceto (like Welsh coed), plus Old English ham, meaning a forest settlement.
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The villages are overlooked by Harting Down, a acre ( km 2) common owned by the National Trust and part of the Sussex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural to metres ( ft), it offers panoramic views over the Weald to the north, to the English Channel and the Isle of Wight to the south.
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