The long man. by. Furey, Pauline. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.
The long man. Uploaded by Tracey Gutierres on February 19, 2014.
The celebration of allied victory following the end of World War II has transitioned into the mammoth task of restoration. Three people among the millions in Great Britain look to the future with diverse levels of aspiration.
See if your friends have read any of Pauline Furey's books. Pauline Furey’s Followers. None yet. Pauline Furey. Pauline Furey’s books.
Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The Long Man.
Much has been written about World War Two and the events leading up to its onset in September, 1939, but the characters featured in The Long Man are so diversified they offer five entirely different aspects of similar events during that time. As well, an intriguing tale is interwoven with historic fact. Published by Trafford Publishing, 2002. Title: The Long Man Publisher: Trafford Publishing Publication Date: 2002 Binding: Paperback Book Condition: Good. ISBN 10: 1553953061, ISBN 13: 9781553953067. View all copies of this book. 1. Published by Trafford Publishing. ISBN 10: 1553953061 ISBN 13: 9781553953067.
By (author) Pauline Furey. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.
Cambridge University Press, 2008. What does the book aim to do? It aims to extend and improve the accuracy of your vocabulary and help you prepare for the IELT5 test. It introduces vocabulary through listening and reading texts that reflect the materials used in the IELTS test. Learning new words in context can help you to remember them and also helps you to understand their meaning. This book also gives you opportunities to practise new words so that they can become part of your active vocabulary. Who is it aimed at? The book is designed for students working alone who want to revise and extend their vocabulary.
Much has been written about World War Two and the events leading up to its onset in September, 1939, but the characters featured in The Long Man are so diversified they offer five entirely different aspects of similar events during that time. As well, an intriguing tale is interwoven with historic fact. The fear of detection is a constant companion to Janine Parke, an experienced agent and civilian pilot working for British Intelligence. She is torn between her loyalty to England and her native France when Nazi occupation threatens both countries. Of her clandestine operations, she can tell no one. Claude Simone, a Parisian Jew, has partnered Janine for some years, and poses as an Englishman named Ben Boniface in the village of Long Bottom (fictitious) where they both live--he, renting a room at Mallory Cottage and she, residing with her husband, son, and daughter on their estate named Flint House. Claude is coerced into becoming a double agent by a German named Beatrix Dierick in order to guarantee his parents' safety in Paris. While normally intolerant of children, he nonetheless becomes fond of Kate Hawkins, a ten-year-old who has been evacuated from London to Mallory Cottage and who has an extraordinary talent for drawing. He is extremely concerned when she sketches a good likeness of Dierick. Of his clandestine operations, he can tell no one. Yvonne Parke, Janine's daughter and also an experienced pilot, is ferrying operational aircraft for Air Transport Auxiliary when she is approached by members of the Free French in London to carry out a mission for them in France. Prior to her involvement with the Free French and due to an arrangement made by Ben Boniface, she takes the family's river boat to Dunkirk in order to rescue entrapped British and French soldiers from the beaches there. But of her clandestine operations, she can tell no one. David, Yvonne's brother, is shot down and badly burned during the Battle of Britain. During the long months of treatment, Kate sends him amusing letters and drawings which are greatly instrumental in promoting his recovery. With weakened hands he is unable to return to a fighter squadron but instead joins a Special Operations squadron involved in the delivery and retrieval of British agents in France. Of these duties, he can tell no one. Kate's youthful misconceptions offer innocent humour, yet her unusual involvement with the Parke family creates the link that draws the five characters and the network of the plot together. As well, the reader will experience the often concealed terror of a child suffering through the duration of a dreadful war.