Two or Three Witnesses

Two or Three Witnesses
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Format E-Bok
Kopisperre Teknisk DRM
Filformat PDF
Utgivelsesår 2018
Forlag Copyright Group
Språk Engelsk
ISBN 9781787377875
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Om Two or Three Witnesses

This comes to you courtesy of Miniature Masterpieces who have an excellent range of quality short stories from the masters of the craft. Do search for Miniature Masterpieces at any digital store for further information.This audiobook is also duplicated in print as an ebook. Same title, same words. Perhaps a different experience but with Amazon's whispersync you can pick up and put down on any device. Start on audio, continue in print and any which way after that. This, and these are, Miniature Masterpieces. Join us for the journey.C.E. Montague - An IntroductionCharles Edward Montague was born in London on New Year's Day, 1867 and educated at the City of London School and then Balliol College, Oxford.At university, Montague, a keen writer, wrote several literary reviews for the Manchester Guardian and was then invited for a month's trial and, after impressing, to work there.Montague and the editor, C. P. Scott shared the same political views and between them they turned the Manchester Guardian into a vibrant and campaigning newspaper. They were for Irish Home Rule and against both the Boer War and the First World War.After the war had begun. Montague believed that it was important to give full and unequivocal support to the British government. Despite his age, 47, he was determined to serve.Montague was soon promoted to the rank of second lieutenant and with it a transfer to Military Intelligence. The war also brought about a crisis in his faith and it was suitably resolved by Montague temporarily putting it to one side and carrying on with the fighting.In November 1918 the war was over and Montague could now return home to his wife and family and also to the Manchester Guardian where he would continue to work until retirement in 1925.For Montague the war had been corrosive but it had given him much to write about both for the paper and also for his books which he now hoped to also spend more time on. Among those to flow from his pen are the novels A Hind Let Loose and Rough Justice as well as collections of short stories, other essays and a travel book.He finally retired in 1925, and settled down to become a full-time writer in the last years of his life.Charles Edward Montague died in Manchester on 28th May, 1928 at the age of 61.


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