Электронная книга: Helen Forrester «Lime Street at Two»

Lime Street at Two

Издательство: "HarperCollins"

ISBN: 9780007373857

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Helen Forrester

Helen Forrester (real name June Bhatia) (born 1919, Hoylake, Cheshire (now in Merseyside)) is an English-born author famous for her books about her early childhood in Liverpool during the Great Depression as well as several works of fiction.

In 1953 Forrester moved to Edmonton, Canada where she still lives and writes.


Autobiographical Works

* "Twopence to Cross The Mersey" (1974) ISBN 0-00-636168-4
* "Liverpool Miss" (originally published as "Minerva's Stepchild") (1979) ISBN 0-00-636494-2
* "By the Waters of Liverpool" (1981) ISBN 0-00-636540-X
* "Lime Street at Two" (1985) ISBN 0-00-637000-4


* "Liverpool Daisy" (1979) ISBN 0-00-616901-5
* "Three Women of Liverpool" (1984) ISBN 0-00-617011-0
* "The Latchkey Kid" (1985) ISBN 0-00-617246-6
* "Thursday's Child" (1985) ISBN 0-00-617244-X
* "The Moneylenders of Shahpur" (1987) ISBN 0-00-617354-3
* "Yes, Mama" (1988) ISBN 0-00-617470-1
* "The Lemon Tree" (1990) ISBN 0-00-617748-4
* "The Liverpool Basque" (1993) ISBN 0-00-647334-2
* "Mourning Doves" (1996) ISBN 0-00-649874-4
* "Madame Barbara" (1999) ISBN 0-00-651348-4
* "A Cuppa Tea and an Asprin" (2003) ISBN 0-00-715694-4

External links

* [http://www.harpercollins.co.uk/authors/default.aspx?id=1901 HarperCollins Author Page - Helen Forrester]
* [http://www.fantasticfiction.co.uk/f/helen-forrester/ Helen Forrester at Fantastic Fiction]
* [http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/womanshour/2004_16_thu_02.shtml Helen Forrester discusses the musical adaptation of "Twopence to Cross the Mersey"] at bbc.co.uk

Источник: Helen Forrester

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