Perhaps this sequel to "Once in the Wind of Morning" can best be described by its unabashed subtitle: "In Which Great-Grandpa Nicholas Winslow Applewood Entertains the Young Folk with Stories and Fables and Has Some Remarkable Adventures Betimes." Meet the Little Chocolate Bear, the princess who would be wooed, King Unward the Unwary, and Kevin the Dragon, and allow yourself the fun of a very punny tailor's tale.
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Unable to compose, paint, or sculpt, this person has resigned himself to writing, that is, stringing words together to make sentences, sentences to make paragraphs, paragraphs to make chapters. It's something almost anyone can do. Some--of whom there are numerous examples--do it extremely well, others--of whom there are even more numerous examples--do it poorly. The author hopes he falls somewhere between the two extremes. His modest aim is to provide the reader and listener with a chuckle or two along the way. After all, A. E. Housman reminds us in "A Shropshire Lad," the world has much good, "but much less good than ill . . ." Since this is so in the real world, the author's aim has been to depict a world of "little folk," in which there is much less ill than good.
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Descripción Celo Valley Books, 1998. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0923687483