A Long Way from Verona

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Macmillan Company, 1971 - World War, 1939-1945 - 190 pages
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A young girl aspiring to be a writer recounts her experiences growing up in England during the Second World War.

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User Review  - Maureen - Goodreads

I loved it! a perfect book to curl up with in the dark days of winter. Britain during WWII is one of my favorite eras for books so this hit the mark. Read full review

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THE MANIAC
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THE POEM
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About the author (1971)

Jane Gardam was born in North Yorkshire, England in 1928. She is the author of many children's novels that include "A Long Way from Verona" (1971). She has also written novels and collections of stories for adults that include "God on the Rocks" (1978), "Bilgewater and the Pangs of Love and Other Stories" (1983) and "The Summer After the Funeral." Her book "Groundlings" was taken from "Showing the Flag and Other Stories" (1989). Gardam's novels and stories have received many literary prizes.

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