A Song of Sixpence

A Song of Sixpence

Book - 1964
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the stirring chronicle of Laurence Carroll as he grows from childhood to adult years in Scotland. The tale of his struggles -- early illness, a widowed mother, poverty, the uncles who try to help him, and the women who have such an unhappy effect upon him, is told with warm humour and with that intense and sympathetic realism for which A J Cronin is known.
Publisher: Boston, MA : Little, Brown, c1964
Branch Call Number: FIC Cron
Characteristics: 344 p


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