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by Geoffrey Trease

  • ISBN: 0333360737
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  • Author: Geoffrey Trease
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Macmillan (March 1984)
  • Pages: 160
  • ePub book: 1413 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1905 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
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Robert) Geoffrey Trease FRSL (11 August 1909 – 27 January 1998) was a prolific British writer who published 113 books, mainly for children, between 1934 and 1997.

Robert) Geoffrey Trease FRSL (11 August 1909 – 27 January 1998) was a prolific British writer who published 113 books, mainly for children, between 1934 and 1997, starting with Bows Against the Barons and ending with Cloak for a Spy in 1997. His grandfather was a historian, and was one of the main influences on his work. He is best known for the children's novel Cue for Treason (1940).

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Robert) Geoffrey Trease FRSL (11 August 1909 in Nottingham – 27 January 1998 in. .Trease published 113 books before "deciding to call it a day" at the age of 88 because of illness. The Cormorant Venture (Macmillan) (1984). Tomorrow is a Stranger (Heinemann) (1987).

Robert) Geoffrey Trease FRSL (11 August 1909 in Nottingham – 27 January 1998 in Bath) was a prolific British writer who published 113 books, mainly for children, between 1934 (Bows Against the Barons) and 1997 (Cloak for a Spy). His grandfather was a historian, and was one of the main influences in his work. Many were translated for foreign markets, including Asia and Europe. The Arpino Assignment (Walker) (1988).

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Geoffrey Trease published his 100th book in 1990 and wrote regularly until last winter. Trease was also innovatory in introducing girls as co-partners in his stories. His best-known book is probably Cue for Treason (1940). He was a born writer. Trease's children venture into danger together and the association is usually historically plausible. Trease rarely made mistakes. He used to tell a story against himself - how he took great pains, as he always did, to get things right in his Anglo-Saxon story, tracing the characters' journey along the Fosse Way with a map of Roman Britain beside him, only to slip up and have them sup on rabbit meat.