Fb2 The Young Oxford Book of War Stories ePub
by James Riordan
|Category:||Literature and Fiction|
|Publisher:||Oxford University Press (August 2, 2001)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1674 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1891 kb|
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Start by marking The Young Oxford Book of War Stories as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The six British Children's writers write about World War II - Robert Westall and Robert Swindells on the 'home' war, Michael Morpugo about a 'war horse', Jill Paton Walsh on the war at sea, and Ian Serraillier and Anne Hohn on refugees in occupied Europe. Young girls - Anne Frank and Tatiana Vassieleva - provide war diaries. Since 1945 no one has suffered as much as the people of Vietnam. In her moving story Rachel Anderson shows not only a nation's suffering but how war can brutalise soldiers.
Born in Portsmouth in 1936, James Riordan learned to speak Russian during National Service training in the Royal Air Force from 1955 to. .Escape from War (2005). The Young Oxford Book of Football Stories (2000). Kon, Igor; Riordan, James, eds.
Born in Portsmouth in 1936, James Riordan learned to speak Russian during National Service training in the Royal Air Force from 1955 to 1957. In 1960, he graduated in Russian Studies at the University of Birmingham, before qualifying as a teacher at the London Institute of Education. In 1963, Riordan studied at the Communist higher party school in Moscow; he was an avowed Communist, and was one of the few English students at the school.
Items related to The Young Oxford Book of Football Stories. James Riordan is a distinguished children's book writer, as well as being Professor of Russian at the University of Surrey. James Riordan The Young Oxford Book of Football Stories. ISBN 13: 9780192750600. The Young Oxford Book of Football Stories. This book is now being reissued in a smaller, mass-market paperback format.
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A collection of football stories about professional and amateur teams .
ISBN13:9780192750600. Release Date:February 2000.
War Games - White Wolves: Stories with Historical Settings (Paperback). James Riordan (author). It's Christmas Eve, 1914, and there's a war on. British and German soldiers sit in the muddy trenches either side of No Man's Land, as deadly enemies. Suddenly, a strange sound fills the air. A German voice is singing 'Silent Night' Added to basket.
Out of the hundreds of wars that ravaged the 20th century, the three wars covered in this book (both World Wars and Vietnam) were the longest and . The stories and poems are from all nationalities, men, women and children.
Out of the hundreds of wars that ravaged the 20th century, the three wars covered in this book (both World Wars and Vietnam) were the longest and blackest, lasting, in total, 20 years and killing nearly 100,000,000 people.
James Riordan grew up during the war in his chimney-sweep grandfather's house in Portsmouth. After school he was a barman, waiter, railway clerk, commercial salesman, and dance band musician. During his National Service in the RAF he learned Russian and went on to become Professor of Russian Studies at Surrey University. Besides novels, he has written folk-tale collections, picture books and over 20 academic publications.
Then came the 'Era of Disillusion,' which followed World War I; the cultural revolt of the 'Roaring Twenties'; the rise of organized crime and of political and police corruption, which accompanied national Prohibition; and the ensuing Great Depression. All contributed to changing the nature of American literature-with detective fiction leading the way in its recording of a distinctive American voice and its depiction of the social scene.