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The Children Of Dunseverick (Reminiscence)

by Vivienne Draper

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0753106787, Audio Cassette)

This enchanting and evocative book paints a vivid portrait of a happy childhood in 1920s Ireland.

(retrieved from Amazon Tue, 25 Aug 2015 12:47:07 -0400)

There were five of us children and we lived in an old, rather dilapidated house situated on the north coast of Antrim with a view of Rathlin Island. All around the house were fields, streams, the hills and the sea - "our kingdom" we called it - and we were free to roam where we willed. We made our own games and peopled our days with creations of our own imaginations, ably and literally augmented by Father's tall tales. This enchanting and evocative book paints a vivid portrait of a happy childhood in the 1920s.… (more)

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