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history of Susan Spray, the female preacher

Sheila Kaye-Smith

history of Susan Spray, the female preacher

by Sheila Kaye-Smith

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Published by Cassell in London .
Written in English


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Statementby Sheila Kaye-Smith.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ3 K184 Hi
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 374 p.
Number of Pages374
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14230747M

pp hardback, black cloth bevelled edges, untrimmed edges, limited edition signed by the author no. 1 of copies, light spotting a good copy View more info. The History of Susan Spray, the Female Preacher: novel by Kaye-Smith Sheila Kaye-Smith: Q 0 The Hollow Kingdom: novel written by Clare B. Dunkle Clare B. Dunkle: Q 0 The Hungarian Brothers: novel Anna Maria Porter: Q 0 The Ironwood Tree: novel Holly Black Tony DiTerlizzi: Q 2.

Sheila Kaye-Smith: seen in such works as The End of the House of Alard () and The History of Susan Spray, the Female Preacher (). In all, she wrote more than 40 books, including collections of short stories, three volumes of autobiography, two biographical studies (in collaboration with G.B. Stern) of novelist. The History of Susan Spray, The Female Preacher. London: Cassell and Company, Ltd, (). First Trade Edition. N. Roney dustjacket art. "The story of a woman's temperamental reactions to religion, to ambition, and to the allurements of sex". Near Fine in Very Good dustjacket, shallow loss at upper spine end. Item #

  Among her most well-known novels are Sussex Gorse (), Tamarisk Town (), Joanna Godden (), The End of the House of Alard () and The History of Susan Spray, the Female Preacher (). Like so many writers of her time, she also co-authored two books Author: Furrowed Middlebrow. Montefiore, Janet. Introduction to The History of Susan Spray, the Female Preacher by Sheila Kaye-Smith (London: Virago, ) i-xiii. Google Scholar. Trodd, Anthea. Women and the Popular Imagination in the s: Flappers and Nymphs (London: Macmillan, Buy this book on publisher's site; Personalised recommendations. Cite chapter.


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Born in to a poor Sussex labourer who is a member of an obscure religious sect, Susan Spray declares at the age of six that she has seen the Lord, but when she falls in love she finds it to be as glorious as a vision of God and as consuming as the fires of Hell.

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l.,[1] p. Number of pages ID Numbers Open Library OLM. London: Cassell. Very good in acetate dj. 1st Ed. Ltd/si. 'The history of Susan Spray the female preacher'. Prabhavananda and Christopher Isherwood. The deep influence of religion is seen in such works as The End of the House of Alard () and The History of Susan Spray, the Female Preacher ().

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Paperback. VERY GOOD. Light rubbing wear to cover, spine and page edges. Very minimal writing or notations in margins not affecting the text. Possible. London edition (Cassell and company, ltd.) has title: The history of Susan Spray, the female preacher.

Description: 4 preliminary leaves,[1] pages 20 cm. In Sheila Kaye-Smith seen in such works as The End of the House of Alard () and The History of Susan Spray, the Female Preacher ().

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The boards are decent. They have some very, very light shelving wear. The pages are of hand-made paper."Susan dreamed a strange dream She had a curious sensation of being mistress of the world and of the suns, and she seemed to hear herself saying over and over again triumphantly, 'I am my own -- I am my own.'" Born inSusan is the eldest daughter of a poor Sussex field labourer, Adam Spray /5(5).