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Book cover for The Shoemaker’s Holiday: "Fortune and this disguise will further me."
The intimate knowledge of the daily routine of tailors’ and shoemakers’ shops displayed in The Shoemaker’s Holiday, and other of the plays, bear every evidence of being drawn from actual experience.
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Dekker trained as a merchant tailor - family profession?

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After fleeing his home country of Venezuela, the protagonist of Green Mansions travels to an Indian village ruled by 'savage' natives. There, he eats, sleeps, and hunts with local tribes. He has just begun to settle into his new home when he makes a ...more
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Unfortunately, I was unable to finish Peter Green and the Unliving Academy. The book is not written badly, but it has a lot of issues, and, unfortunately, I don't see myself returning to it any time soon. My main problem with this book is that it is ...more
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Enora Byrnes was born in the future, only her world doesn’t look like ours. It isn’t lush or surrounded by water: it is barren. Years before Enora’s parents were born, the human race neglected their duties to the environment. They didn’t look after i ...more
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