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  • ISBN: 0575002549
  • Author: Phyllis BENTLEY
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Victor Gollancz; 1st edition edition (1946)
  • Pages: 308 pages
  • ePUB size: 1624 kb
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Prologue : To Remember. Henry Morcar was born in the very middle of the English middle class, the son and grandson of solid but not wealthy West Riding cloth manufacturers.

Prologue : To Remember. He might have been the great-grandson of such a manufacturer too, for all he knew, but he set little store on great-grandfathers and never troubled to enquire.

Wedding Morcar could not imagine why his friends all joked so much about feeling nervous at their weddings. He himself did not feel in the least nervous. He stood before the minister with Winnie at his side in Hurst Congregational Chapel, on a winter’s afternoon, plighting his troth to her in a steady voice which to his relief sounded neither too shrill nor too much of a growl. It was fairly loud, he admitted, but then, Morcar had always believed that the man should speak louder at his wedding than the woman

PHYLLIS ELEANOR BENTLEY, the Yorkshire author, was born in November 1894. Two further novels continued the saga of the Oldroyd family, ‘The Rise of Henry Morcar’ and ‘A Man of His Time’. In 1967 Granada Television began the serialisation of the trilogy.

PHYLLIS ELEANOR BENTLEY, the Yorkshire author, was born in November 1894. Her father was a junior partner in a manufacturing concern located at Dunkirk Mills, Halifax. She was educated at Halifax High School for Girls and Cheltenham Ladies College. A munitions worker in London during the First World War, she returned to Halifax where she taught English and Latin at Heath Grammar School. From an ear PHYLLIS ELEANOR BENTLEY, the Yorkshire author, was born in November 1894.

This is the final instalment of Bentley's famous Inheritance Trilogy. Filmed by Granada in 1967, the Inheritance trilogy is Phyllis Bentley's most widely acclaimed work. Set against the backdrop of the textile industry in the West Riding of Yorkshire, the trilogy chronicles the lives of several families over 153 trouble-torn years, from the Luddite riots of 1812 to the death. of Sir Winston Churchill in 1965. Vividly depicted, and moving to the last, this trilogy is an example of regional fiction at its finest.

Phyllis Bentley, 1894 - 1977. Bentley published her first work in 1918, a collection of short stories entitled The World's Bane, after which she published several poor-selling novels

Phyllis Bentley, 1894 - 1977. Bentley published her first work in 1918, a collection of short stories entitled The World's Bane, after which she published several poor-selling novels. The publication in March 1932 of her best-known work, Inheritance, set against the background of the development of the textile industry in the West Riding, received widespread critical acclaim and ran through twenty-three impressions by 1946, making her the first successful English regional novelist since Thomas Hardy and his Wessex.

Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. This is the final instalment of Bentley's famous Inheritance Trilogy. Filmed by Granada in 1967, the Inheritance trilogy is Phyllis Bentley's most widely acclaimed work

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1942 The English Regional Novel. 1945 We of the West Riding (scriptwriter). 1946 The Rise of Henry Morcar (novel) (part two of the Inheritance Trilogy). 1947 The Brontës (biography).

This article includes a list of references, but its sources remain unclear because it has insufficient inline citations. Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations. October 2014) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). Phyllis Eleanor Bentley OBE (19 November 1894 – 27 June 1977) was an English novelist. 1942 The English Regional Novel. 1953 The House of Moreys (novel).

A Man of His Time continues the chronicles of the Oldroyd and Morcar families, which began with Inheritance and The Rise of Henry Morcar, to complete an unforgettable trilogy of the West Riding. The years of change from 1958 to 1965 present Henry Morcar with the severest challenges and trickiest assignments of his life as he surmounts successive disasters only to find his life's work threatened.

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Discover books by Phyllis Bentley published by Bloomsbury Reader at. ww. loomsbury. removed from this book. The text has not been changed, and may still contain. references to missing images. It is not material wealth which is meant, but a spiritual heritage. The Rise of Henry Morcar - eBook. Set against the backdrop of the textile industry in the West Riding of Yorkshire, the trilogy chronicles the lives of several famili.

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