Clive Sansom – The Witnesses. Label: Argo (2) – PLP 1124. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Mono.
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Clive Sansom" The Centurion" Poem animation Literary discussion. Rudyard Kipling "The Story of Uriah" Poem animation. The Torch of Life" - " Vitai Lampada" by Sir Henry Newbolt Poem animation.
Condition: Used: Good. Baby blue jacket covering baby blue cloth. Pages remain bright with light foxing to text block edge and the endpapers. Binding is firm with light soiling to boards and tanning to the spine. Unclipped jacket has light foxing to the covers and shelf wear to the tanned spine.
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Christopher John Sansom is a British writer of historical crime novels. He was born in 1952 in Edinburgh and was educated at the University of Birmingham, where he took a BA and then a PhD in history. After working in a variety of jobs, he decided to retrain as a solicitor. He practised in Sussex as a lawyer for the disadvantaged, before leaving the legal profession to become a full-time writer. He currently lives in Sussex.
Clive Sansom's biography and life story. Clive Sansom was a British-born Tasmanian poet and playwright. Sansom was born on 21 June 1910 in East Finchley, London and educated at Southgate County School. The Witnesses and Other Poems (London: Methuen & C. 1956; partial reprint 1971) Chorus Plays (London: A. & C. Black, ). Youth Theatre publication No. 4. The Cathedral (poems, London: Methuen & C. 1958). Dorset Village (poems, map, London: Methuen & C. 1962).
|A1||Mary Of Nazareth I|
|A2||The Innkeeper's Wife|
|A5||John The Baptist|
|A6||The Woman Of Samaria|
|A7||The Madman Of Gergesa|
|A8||Martha Of Betheny|
|A10||A Boy Mark|
|A11||Mary Of Bethany|
|B1||Mary Of Nazareth II|
|B3||Zaccheus Of Jericho|
|B4||The Donkey's Jericho|
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