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Brother Dusty-Feet (1952)

by Rosemary Sutcliff

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Hodges, C. WalterIllustratorsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
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For Uncle Harold with my love
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The moment before it happened, Argos had been following obediently at Hugh Copplestone's heels; but then he saw the new ducklings.
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11-year-old Hugh leaves his cruel aunt and uncle and heads for Oxford to seek his fortune. He meets and joins a group of strolling players and his life changes to one of acting, begging and moving on.
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"Hugh Copplestone lived in Devon with his Aunt Alison because his parents were dead, but when his aunt threatened to have his beloved dog Argos destroyed, Hugh ran away, taking Argos with him"--Inside cover.

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