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Set Fair



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Set Fair by William Read Bendall
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'Set Fair' is a book set in England and Scotland during the 1920's and 1930's. Its scenes venture into well-known crags, local settings and the winding roads of the North Country as the main character David progresses from childhood to young adulthood. David's many inspiring experiences also take on a landscape of their own, in much the same way his Father described life to him when he was younger. He encounters the effects of war when his Father returns home, wisdom from family and friends, adventures in nature, new friends and struggles obtaining a career he intently worked toward. The chapters progress evenly and consistently while combining enlightened description of town, people, thoughts and events. The accounts of David's internal conflicts, and adventures utilize a graceful eloquent manner and are an easy flowing charm to read. This is a great book for young adults seeking mature insight in a now chaotic World and older generations seeking a pleasant and memorable glimpse of real places in United Kingdom's landscape, and life as it used to be when 'Set Fair'. The book's clean traditional prose is a refreshing memoir of gentler days with a crisp old style of life, romance and appreciation. 'Set Fair' has been transcribed from its original form and remains largely as it was first written for the purpose of preserving the character and tone of this historical book.
Release date Australia
December 1st, 2005
Country of Publication
United States
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