Farewell Happy Fields ePub download
by Norah Hoult
- ISBN: 0093095406
- ISBN13: 978-0093095404
- ePub: 1666 kb | FB2: 1839 kb
- Language: English
- Publisher: H Baker (November 1969)
- Pages: 336
- Rating: 4.1/5
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Farewell Happy Fields book. Norah ‘Ella’ Hoult was born in Dublin in 1898
Farewell Happy Fields book. Norah ‘Ella’ Hoult was born in Dublin in 1898. Her mother, Margaret O’Shaughnessy, was a spirited Irish-Catholic girl who eloped with a Protestant English architect named Powis Hoult when she was 21. After Norah and her brother were orphaned they were sent to live with their father’s relations in England, where they went to school. Norah Hoult was a journalist for the Sheffield Daily Telegraph and Norah ‘Ella’ Hoult was born in Dublin in 1898.
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Farewell Happy Fields Hello evening train So long Anna brown No more sleeping late Let's talk this over Let's talk this over. Bye friends I'm on your side Separate the soul in mine Disintegrate those lasting ties Then I'll be yours and you'll me mine Let's talk this over Let's talk this over. Don't mention suicide There's better ways to waste your time Window's shot, the air is thin If it happens once, It'll happen again Let's talk this over Let's talk this over
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Norah Hoult was an Irish writer of novels and short stories. Her first book,, appeared in 1928. lieutenant was followed by a novel,, which deals with a woman"s unhappy marriage to an alcoholic. The marriage was dissolved in 1934. Her next two books, and its sequel, show Irish family life before World War I. In 1939 she settled in London, in Bayswater, not far from Violet Hunt upon whom Claire Temple in There Were Number Windows (1944) is modelled. In 1957 she returned to live in Ireland.
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Norah "Ella" Hoult (10 September 1898 – 6 April 1984) was an Irish writer of novels and short stories. She was born in Dublin. Her mother, Margaret O'Shaughnessy, was a Catholic girl who eloped at the age of 21 with a Protestant English architect named Powis Hoult. Farewell Happy Fields (1948). Frozen Ground (autobiography, 1952).
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