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by SHEPARD Ernest H. FARJEON Eleanor
Farjeon had a wide range of friends with great literary talent including D. H. .The Glass Slipper (1955), illus. Shepard – novelization of the play, OCLC 11708212.
Farjeon had a wide range of friends with great literary talent including D. Lawrence, Walter de la Mare and Robert Frost. For several years she had a close friendship with the poet Edward Thomas and his wife. After Thomas's death in April 1917 during the Battle of Arras, she remained close to his wife, Helen. Farjeon never married, but had a thirty-year friendship with George Earle, an English teacher. After Earle's death in 1949, she had a long friendship with the actor Denys Blakelock, who wrote of it in the book, Eleanor, Portrait of a Farjeon (1966).
Eleanor Farjeon’s most popular book is The Little Bookroom. The Glass Slipper by. Eleanor Farjeon.
More than anything, Ella wants to go to the ball at the Royal Palace. But Ella is the slave of the household, waiting on every wish and whim of her horrible stepsisters. They call her Cinderella for the ashes that cling to her face, hands and hair.
Charlee Loon, Poll and her sister Doll, Mother Codling, King Noll and his old nurse Nan, Rackney the witch and the evil little imp that I will not name, all are wonderfully and humorously brought to life. The book was originally written by Farjeon as a musical play, and then she re-wrote it as a novel. The dialogue is brilliant and contributes greatly to the vividness of the characters.
The Glass Slipper (1955), illus.
Eleanor Farjeon's most notable books are Martin Pippin in the Apple Orchard (1921) and its sequel, Martin Pippin in the Daisy Field (1937). These books, which had their origins in France when Farjeon was inspired to write about a troubadour, are actually set in Sussex and include descriptions of real villages and features such as the chalk cliffs and the Long Man of Wilmington.
Eleanor Farjeon (ˈfɑrdʒən') (13 February 1881 - 5 June 1965) was an English poet and author of children's stories, and plays, biography, history and satire. Many of her works had charming illustrations by Edward Ardizzone. Farjeon was born in London, England, on 13 February, 1881. The daughter Maggie (Jefferson) and popular novelist Benjamin, Eleanor came from a literary family; her 2 younger brothers, Joseph and Herbert Farjeon, also became writers, while the eldest, Harry Farjeon, was a composer.
Published by Viking,, NY:, 1956. Illustrator: Illustrated by Ernest H. Shepard. Book Condition: Very Good.
Lettering faded out along the spine, light offsetting to endpapers, else very good in a very good, price clipped dust jacket. Published by Viking,, NY:, 1956. Condition: Very Good Hardcover. From Grendel Books, ABAA/ILAB (Springfield, MA, . Association Member: ABAA. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good.
Has not affected book Publication Date: 1962. Illustrator: Ernest H Shepard.
Published by Oxford University Press, UK, 1962. Condition: Fine Hardcover. Has not affected book. Oxford Children's Library No 28. illustrated by E H Shepard. Bookseller Inventory 003954. Ask Seller a Question. Bibliographic Details. Title: The Glass Slipper. Publisher: Oxford University Press, UK. Publication Date: 1962. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good Unclipped.
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