R. F. Delderfield's to Serve Them All My Days

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Pocket Books (Mm), 1982 - Fiction - 688 pages
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The story of an English private school and a dedicated teacher there.

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Purchased at Post Hip for $1 January 14, 2008

Contents

Initiate page I
65
The Bell in the Brain
157
Ave et Cave
237
Copyright

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About the author (1982)

R. F. Delderfield, a respected author, playwright, screenwriter, and newspaperman, was born in Greenwich, England in 1912 and became a full-time author after a stint as a small-town reporter and an RAF hitch in World War II. According to The New York Times Book Review, Delderfield wrote "with vigor, unceasing narrative drive, and a high degree of craftsmanship," and he described himself as "a compulsive teller of tales, a real chronic case." Delderfield died in 1972.

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