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Extracts from his published works
|Statement||edited with an introduction by Jocelyn Brooke.|
|Contributions||Brooke, Jocelyn, 1908-1966.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||261|
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DENTON WELCH, EXTRACTS FROM HIS PUBLISHED WORKS Hardcover – January 1, by Jocelyn (Editor) WELCH, Denton (Author);BROOKE (Author)Author: Jocelyn (Editor) WELCH, Denton (Author);BROOKE. Extracts from his works written during his early days in Devon, primarily published in magazines, and mainly about birds and animals.
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The right book can change your life. Sometimes you read a phrase in a book and it’s as if it was written just for you. Here are 20 literature excerpts that resonate with readers everywhere. “A heart is not judged by how much you love; but by how much you are loved by others” – Author: Alicia Brooks.
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Dhivan and Satyalila have prepared extracts from each of the published volumes of the Complete Works for study sessions held at the Bristol Buddhist Centre.
They would like to share these extracts as suggestions for others to use as the basis for study and discussion sessions lasting 2–3 hours. Download the extracts here. Excerpt: 'The Color of Lightning'.
J • Paulette Jiles crafts a novel from the scraps of a real historical life, evoking the clashes between settlers and American Indians in the years following the Civil War in powerful, moving prose. In this chilling extract from his book Forced Out, Kevin Maxwell describes the abuse he suffered while serving as a black, gay officer Published: 3 May 'I was a boy who wanted nothing so much.
–) Editorial Introduction. During his years as a student and active fellow at Oxford University, John Wesley filled a number of manuscript notebooks with material. Some were devoted to extracts from letters he had received, inventories of his personal library and expenses, and (after ) a diary.
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