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The Plays of Ernest Kenyon By Ernest Kenyon
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This is a collection of historical plays written by a Lancashire Playwrite
Ernest Bracebridge By LewisWilliam H G CarrollKingston
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Ernest Bracebridge by William H G Kingston.Please visit our Spotlight at http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/challengemyreading for more books.
Ernest Aris By Dudley Chignall
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Over 300 illustrations, 42,000 words, and 20 years research to produce the biography of one of our greatest and most prolific illustrators. It's all here ...... intrigue and subterfuge, plotting and... More > counterplanning, love, humour and harmony. It's an absolute must for Aris fans who are already aware that he richly deserves a place in the history of children's illustrators. If you want to know more on his relationship with Beatrix Potter or about his cigarete cards and postcards or maybe even why Frank Pick selected his posters for the V&A Collection then this work on the artist whose first commercial illustrations were used in 1904 and who was still being published over 70 years later could be for you. Aris wrote and illustrated some 140 books and illustrated another 150 plus books for other authors. It includes details & dates of all the books written and illustrated by Aris.< Less
An Australian in China by George Ernest Morrison By George Ernest Morrison
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An Australian in China by George Ernest Morrison
An Australian in China by George Ernest Morrison By George Ernest Morrison
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An Australian in China by George Ernest Morrison
Ernest Halsey - Toccata in C Minor - Organ By Ernest Halsey
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Toccata in C Minor for organ by Ernest Halsey. Can be listened at Youtube.
My Dad Ernest Rebelato By Gordon Rebelato
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The life and times of my father Ernest Rebelato. My father Ernie Rebelato was born August 11, 1922 in Revelstoke, BC. His parents were of Italian descent, his father was Basilio Dominico and his... More > mother was Margueita Lucia (Camozzi). He had an older brother, Leo and an older sister Eva.The Vancouver shipyards is where dad was working when he met my mother the love of his life, Myrtle Sheward at Howdens Ballroom in the summer of 1944. Dad said his friend wanted to take Myrtle out, so it was Dad’s friends date not his. Dad said he went to the dance the following week and who should be there was, Myrtle. Dad said his friend was not with him then, so according to Dad he started to date Myrtle and that “finished him.” So they dated about nine months before marrying on April 16th, 1945 spending almost 68 years together as husband and wife. "Friends and family knew they were always welcome to drop by for a visit and play cards and you know that dad was always waiting for that hug and kiss."< Less
My Dad Ernest Rebelato By Gordon Rebelato
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The life and times of my father Ernest Rebelato. My father Ernie Rebelato was born August 11, 1922 in Revelstoke, BC. His parents were of Italian descent, his father was Basilio Dominico and his... More > mother was Margueita Lucia (Camozzi). He had an older brother, Leo and an older sister Eva.The Vancouver shipyards is where dad was working when he met my mother the love of his life, Myrtle Sheward at Howdens Ballroom in the summer of 1944. Dad said his friend wanted to take Myrtle out, so it was Dad’s friends date not his. Dad said he went to the dance the following week and who should be there was, Myrtle. Dad said his friend was not with him then, so according to Dad he started to date Myrtle and that “finished him.” So they dated about nine months before marrying on April 16th, 1945 spending almost 68 years together as husband and wife. "Friends and family knew they were always welcome to drop by for a visit and play cards and you know that dad was always waiting for that hug and kiss."< Less
Ernest Hemingway: Life & Words By Ann Kannings
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This book is an anthology of 161 quotes from Ernest Hemingway and 71 selected facts about Ernest Hemingway. Ernest Hemingway proposed the following epitaph for his tombstone: "Pardon me for... More > not getting up." Hemingway’s maternal grandparents were from England. Hemingway often drank with James Joyce in Paris. In 1948, in Venice, Hemingway fell in love with the then 19-year-old Adriana Ivancich. The love affair inspired the novel Across the River and Into the Trees. Hemingway preferred to work standing up, spending hours and hours at a time on his feet, moving only to shift his weight from one leg to the other. “A man can be destroyed but not defeated.” “Fish," he said softly, aloud, "I'll stay with you until I am dead.” “Never sit a table when you can stand at the bar.” “Show the readers everything, tell them nothing.” “Work every day. No matter what has happened the day or night before, get up and bite on the nail.”< Less
Ernest Hemingway: His Words By Ann Kannings
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This book is a collection of 165 fundamental quotes and aphorisms of Ernest Hemingway. It grants his reflections on subjects ranging from Old Man to the Sea: “A man can be destroyed but not... More > defeated.” “Fish," he said softly, aloud, "I'll stay with you until I am dead.” “Fish," he said, "I love you and respect you very much. But I will kill you dead before this day ends.” “Never sit a table when you can stand at the bar.” “Work every day. No matter what has happened the day or night before, get up and bite on the nail.” “There isn't always an explanation for everything.” “The world is a fine place and worth fighting for and I hate very much to leave it.” “I had learned already never to empty the well of my writing, but always to stop when there was still something there in the deep part of the well, and let it refill at night from the springs that fed it.” “Show the readers everything, tell them nothing.”< Less