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Winter's tales : new series: 3. Short stories, English, English fiction. New York : St. Martin's Press.
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Bibliographic Details. Helen Harris's deft & Mirage'' is a sad tale about a woman who & modestly'' for & straight exchange,'' not love, before quarreling with her unloved husband and eventually drifting into loneliness. Title: Winter's Tales New Series: Six. Publisher: Constable & Company Lt. London. Publication Date: 1990. Helen Harris's deft & Mirage'' is a sad tale about a woman who & modestly'' for & straight exchange,'' not love, before quarreling with her unloved husband and eventually drifting into loneliness
Series: Winter's Tales New Series.
Series: Winter's Tales New Series. Publisher: St Martins Pr (January 1, 1986).
Winter's Tale is a 1983 fantasy novel by Mark Helprin. The novel was adapted into a feature film by Akiva Goldsman. Peter Lake is the central character of Winter's Tale. A child of an immigrant couple denied admission at Ellis Island, Peter Lake is set adrift in New York Harbor in a miniature model ship called City of Justice
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Winter’s tales/Isak Dinesen.
Isak Dinesen is the pseudonym of Karen Blixen, born in Denmark in 1885. After her marriage in 1914 to Baron Bror Blixen, she and her husband lived in British East Africa, where they owned a coffee plantation. Winter’s tales/Isak Dinesen. He was well dressed, in a havelock, all his clothes had a new look on him, and were indeed new. He turned his mind towards the hotel, wondering whether it would be any better to be in a house than out in the street. He decided that he would have a glass of brandy when he came there.
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The Mammoth Book of Hearts of Oak: Classic and New Stories from the Age of Fighting Sail (Robinson 1-84119-279-1, Jul 2001, £. 9, xx+492pp, tp, cover by John Groves) Anthology of 22 historical war stories (14 original). Authors include Bulmer, Hodgson, Guy N. Smith, Peter Tremayne. and F. Gwynplaine MacIntyre.