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The Exiles (The Australians, Vol. 1) (His The Australians)

by William Stuart Long

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Published by Dell Publishing Company .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages683
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7517440M
ISBN 100440123690
ISBN 109780440123699
OCLC/WorldCa6110885

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Ruth, Naomi, Rachel and Phoebe Conroy love reading and having fun more than anything else. So the sisters are horrified when they learn that their parents are sending them away to Cumbria for the summer, to stay with their fearsome Homer Nish is one of several American Indians who are followed for most of a day and all of a night in Kent MacKenzie"s "The Exiles," a sad and beautiful film about a group of hard-timers in Los Angeles, circa MacKenzie was a USC film student at the time; he died in His film, photographed in stunning 35mm b&w by Erik Daarstad, Robert Kaufman and John Morrill, would have been a key   Once again, the book follows several points of view, and some of the secondary characters are just as compelling as Froi, especially Phaedra, the estranged Charynite wife of Lucian of the Monts; and Lady Beatriss, who finally realizes that she wants Captain Trevanion to know what really happened to her during the decade they spent :// The Exiles was the winner of the Guardian Children's Fiction Prize and is the first novel in Hilary McKay's wonderfully witty and warm The Exiles series.

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