Brother Dusty-Feet

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Oxford University Press, 1952 - Family & Relationships - 231 pages
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In Elizabethan England, eleven-year-old Hugh Copplestone runs away from the home of his cruel aunt to seek his fortune in the company of strolling players who travel throughout the countryside

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BROTHER DUSTY FEET

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An increasingly popular writer of young fiction set in different periods of historical England (see The Armorer's House, Oxford, 1952), Rosemary Sutcliff knows her background as she writes the ... Read full review

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IV
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THE TRUE AND NOBLE HISTORY OF
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V
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Rosemary Sutcliff (1920-1992) wrote dozens of novels for young readers, including the award-winning trilogy set in Roman Britain," The Eagle of the Ninth, The Silver Branch, "and
"The Lantern Bearers," Shortly before her death, she was awarded the CBE, one of Britain's most prestigious honors.

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