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by Caitlin Davies

Category: Anthropology
Subcategory: Political books
Author: Caitlin Davies
ISBN: 0670047937
ISBN13: 978-0670047932
Language: English
Publisher: Penguin Viking (SA); 1st Edition edition (2003)
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Start by marking The Return Of El Negro as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The Return Of El Negro. I'm a writer, teacher and journalist, the author of six novels and six non-fiction books. My more recent books draw on the stories and history of London. These include The Ghost of Lily Painter, based on the true story of two Edwardian baby farmers, I'm a writer, teacher and journalist, the author of six novels and six non-fiction books.

More by Caitlin Davies. Downstream: A History and Celebration of Swimming the River Thames. The Ghost of Lily Painter.

Caitlin Davies (born 6 March 1964) is an English author, journalist and teacher. While living in Botswana she wrote the novel Jamestown Blues and the historical work The Return of El Negro. Her parents are Hunter Davies and Margaret Forster, both well-known writers. Hunter Davies wrote regularly about Caitlin and her brother Jake and sister Flora in a weekly Punch magazine column which ran in the 1970s, giving a broad insight into their upbringing.

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Caitlin Davies is an English author, journalist and teacher.

Hunter Davies (father). Caitlin Davies (born 1964) is an English author, journalist and teacher.

The Return of El Negro. About caitlin davies. Mums – a Celebration of Motherhood. Novels of Botswana in English 1930–2006. Her parents are Margaret Forster and Hunter Davies, both well-known writers. Caitlin's father wrote regularly about her and her brother Jake and sister Flora in a weekly Punch magazine column which ran in the 1970s, giving a broad insight into their upbringing.

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Caitlin Davies was born in London in 1964

Caitlin Davies was born in London in 1964. She spent 12 years in Botswana as a teacher and journalist and many of her books are set in the Okavango Delta, including a memoir Place of Reeds, described by Hilary Mantel as 'candid and unsentimental'. Her non-fiction books include Taking the Waters: A Swim Around Hampstead Heath, a celebration of 200 years of outdoor bathing, an illustrated history of the world famous Camden Lock Market, and Downstream: a history and celebration of swimming the River Thames.

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