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by Robert Westall
Author: Robert Westall
Publisher: Mammoth (February 7, 1991)
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Category: Children's Books
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Start by marking A Walk On The Wild Side: Cat Stories (Contents) as Want to Read . Robert Westall was born in North Shields, Northumberland, England in 1929
Start by marking A Walk On The Wild Side: Cat Stories (Contents) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Robert Westall was born in North Shields, Northumberland, England in 1929. His first published book The Machine Gunners (1975) which won him the Carnegie Medal is set in World War Two when a group of children living on Tyneside retrieve a machine-gun from a crashed German aircraft. He won the Carnegie Medal again Librarian Note: There is more than one author by this name in the Goodreads database.
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Famous for always wearing a read hat and his love for cats. Without a second thought, Seamus booked it. It wasn't until that moment that he regretted never leaving the house durning break. His lungs were already burning.
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Westall was inspired to become a writer by telling his son Christopher stories about his experiences during the Second World War. His first book, The Machine Gunners, published by Macmillan . A Walk on the Wild Side (1989). Echoes of War (1989). His first book, The Machine Gunners, published by Macmillan in 1975, told a Second World War story about English children who find "a crashed German bomber in the woods complete with machine gun". It was adapted as a BBC television. Machine Gunners was set in Garmouth, a fictionalised Tynemouth, where he returned in other novels, including The Watch House (1977) and Fathom Five (1979), which continues the Machine Gunners story.
A Walk on the Wild Side (1989). Westall was life-long cat lover and cats featured prominently in almost every book he wrote in a positive light. When there are cats in a Robert Westall novel or short story, you can guarantee they are there to help the hero, save the hero, or be the hero. Corrupt Church: Played straight in several novels including; The Stones of Muncaster Cathedral, Devil On The Road and The Cats of Seroster.
While living through all this Algren began A Walk on the Wild Side.
Nelson Algren A WALK ON THE WILD SIDE To Elizabeth Ingersoll Introduction RICHARD FLANAGAN Nelson Algren’s life is terrifying in its proof that talent, love and a determination to speak truth to power can destroy a writer as surely as mediocrity and compromise. A Walk on the Wild Side, the last of Algren’s novels to be published in his lifetime, is in consequence a most moving achievement. Later, in an abandoned Texas petrol station Algren wrote his first story, which would later lead to a book advance. He was subsequently imprisoned for stealing a typewriter. While living through all this Algren began A Walk on the Wild Side.
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Walking a cat on a leash? As a cat owner, you’ve probably heard of this phenomenon by now. To some it may seem absurd, but to others, exploring the great outdoors with their leashed feline is a normal part of their daily lives. And it turns out there are some very good reasons to consider it. Cats usually do quite well living inside our homes and never setting a paw outside, but if you think about it, the cat is not designed to be stuck in captivity