5 edition of The diaries of Ethel Turner found in the catalog.
The diaries of Ethel Turner
|Statement||compiled by Philippa Poole ; [edited by Peita Royle].|
|Contributions||Poole, Philippa, 1932-, Royle, Peita.|
|LC Classifications||PR9619.3.T86 Z464 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||288 p. :|
|Number of Pages||288|
|LC Control Number||80479966|
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The Diaries of Ethel Turner is a volume compiled by Ethel Turners granddaughter, Philippa Poole. The entries are arranged by year, spanning over some forty years, and are interspersed with commentary by Poole as well as illustrations, photographs and cartoons relevant to the diary entries (although, unfortunately, not placed close to the diary entries to which they refer).4/5.
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The Turner Diaries is the book proponents of "multiculturalism" and the New World Order have tried desperately to ban from bookstores, so that ordinary Americans won't be able to read it.
Too many things predicted in the book have been coming true, they believe, and they're afraid that if more people read the book the rest of it also may come by: The Diaries of Ethel Turner by Philippa Poole.
Many of her early stories first appeared in The Bulletin. Here, her granddaughter, Philippa Poole, has selected the most interesting sequence of events from the author's diaries, fromat the start of her outstanding literary career, towhen with the tragic death of her daughter, Jean.
The Diaries of Ethel Turner is a volume compiled by Ethel Turner’s granddaughter, Philippa Poole. The entries are arranged by year, spanning over some forty years, and are interspersed with commentary by Poole as well as illustrations, photographs and cartoons relevant to the diary entries (although, unfortunately, not placed close to the diary entries to which they refer).
Philippa Poole, a granddaughter of Ethel Turner, has selected the most interesting passages from Ethel Turner's diaries, spanning Turner's literary career from to Sydney: Lansdowne Publishing, pages. Book is in Very good condition throughout.
Reprint. Paperback. Very Good/Non Title: The Diaries of Ethel Turner Author: Poole Philippa Format/binding: Ethel Turner died inleaving as her memorial a book that is now regarded as a classic in children's literature. Her granddaughter Philippa Poole has published a book about her grandmother entitled The Diaries of Ethel :// Looking for books by Ethel Turner.
See all books authored by Ethel Turner, including Seven Little Australians, and The Diaries Of Ethel Turner, and more on :// Ethel Turner (–) came to Australia with her mother and sisters when she was 10 years old. She showed a great love of literature while at school and in her late teens launched a literary and social magazine in Sydney with her sister Lilian.
Ethel kept diaries for Ethel kept diaries for a remarkable 62 years, recording the details of her full and eventful life.
In January she recorded in her diary, 'Night started a new story that I shall call Seven Little Australians.' Later that year, she finished the book, parcelled it up and sent it off to a publisher in :// Ethel Mary Turner (), author, was born on 24 January at Balby, Yorkshire, England, second child of Bennett George Burwell, commercial traveller, and The Cub by Ethel Turner from around Worrals of the W.A.A.F.
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