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by James Aldridge

  • ISBN: 0316031143
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  • Author: James Aldridge
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Little, Brown; 1st American ed edition (1979)
  • Pages: 156 pages
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Goodbye un-America: A novel Hardcover – 1979.

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Aldridge's next book appeared in 1954, a novel entitled Heroes of the Empty View, depicting an English hero-adventurer in the Middle-East in. .Goodbye Un-America (Michael Joseph, 1979). The Broken Saddle (Julia Macrae, 1982). The True Story of Lilli Stubeck (Hyland House, 1984).

Aldridge's next book appeared in 1954, a novel entitled Heroes of the Empty View, depicting an English hero-adventurer in the Middle-East in the vein of T. E. Lawrence and Charles Gordon. Mervyn Jones writing in Tribune magazine criticised the novel's shortage of action, the un-convincing lead character and the book's lack of passion.

Goodbye Un-America book. His 1973 children's novel "A Sporting Proposition" was adapted for the 1975 Disney film "Ride a Wild Pony". Aldridge was born in White Hills, a suburb of Bendigo, Victoria. Books by James Aldridge. Mor. rivia About Goodbye Un-America.

Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780316031141.

it the best of his wartime novels. Aldridge's most successful and most widely published novel The Diplomat was released in 1949. The book proved to be one of Aldridge's most successful, remaining in print until 1988. An attempt in 1943 to make a film based on the novel was abandoned when two Gloster Gladiator biplanes were destroyed in a mid-air collision during filming at an RAF base at Shropshire in the U.

With a Foreword by Edward Weeks. But I do take pride in the reception that America has given to my very English book; certainly no author could ever have enjoyed his correspondence more than I have during the past year. One feature has been the discovery of the original Mr. Chips in so many different parts of the world; and I believe those letters from readers have told the whole truth, and that my tribute to a great profession has fitted a great many members of it everywhere.

James Aldridge is a multi-award winning Australian author and journalist. Aldridge was born in Bendigo and his family moved to Swan Hill in the mid-1920s

When young Spit MacPhee comes to live with his grandfather, the people of the Australian country town of St Helen fear for his future. Fyfe MacPhee is a crazy old man, and barefoot Spit has to fend for himself along the riverbank where they live. James Aldridge is a multi-award winning Australian author and journalist. Aldridge was born in Bendigo and his family moved to Swan Hill in the mid-1920s.

Thus inquires Kip Quayle, the urbane English writer who returns to narrate the latest of James Aldridge's nearly two dozen novels, Goodbye UnAmerica. Fans of the Australian writer will know Kip Quayle from My Brother Tom, A Sporting Proposition and One Last Glimpse, among others. And of course he proceeds to answer his rhetorical question by telling the story of Philip (Pip) Lovell and Lester.

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