6 edition of Westward, ho! found in the catalog.
|Genre||Comic books, strips, etc, Juvenile literature|
|LC Classifications||F596 .S33 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||0778742172, 0778741907|
|ISBN 10||9780778742173, 9780778741909|
|LC Control Number||2008041857|
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Kingsley wrote quite a few books, but "Westward Ho!" has always been his most popular. It is a story of adventure on the high seas and beyond.
The book starts in England, but his hero, Amyas Leigh is a sailor, and the book covers his trip to the West Indies and South by: Westward Ho. Paperback – Aug by/5(5). First published inWestward Ho. is a swashbuckler set in Elizabethan times in the years leading up to the defeat of the Spanish Armada in The novel is mot without its flaws - it takes ages to get going while most of the characters moon around flirty Rose Salterne Westward a /5(32).
WESTWARD HO. by Charles Kingsley TO THE RAJAH SIR JAMES BROOKE, K.C.B. AND GEORGE AUGUSTUS SELWYN, D.D. BISHOP OF NEW ZEALAND THIS BOOK IS DEDICATED By one who (unknown to them) has no other method of expressing his admiration and reverence for their characters.
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community members. The idea of Westward site is for the community of Westward Ho. [whether or not you're lucky enough to be living. `Westward Ho!' () is surely unique in the annals of classic literature in as much as it is the only novel from its (or indeed any other?) era to have a town named after it.
Indeed, the North Devon holiday location of Westward Ho. owes its name to what was a best-selling adventure yarn in Victorian England/5(7). Published inthe novel Westward Ho. was an almost immediate success. Written by native Devonian, Charles Kingsley, the book follows the adventures of English Corsair Amyas Preston.
Set in the 16th-Century, the story follows the Corsair’s (fancy word for pirate) journey to sea with Francis Drake (a famous confidant to Queen Elizabeth I). This is the best novel ever written on the greatest age of English adventure.
It is a saga of the Devonshire sailors who, like Drake, sailed to the unknown to found an empire for their queen, "as good as any which his Majesty of Spain had." The story swings from start to close at a breathless pace.
Westward Ho. or, The Voyages and Adventures of Sir Amyas Leigh, Knight of Burrough in the County of Devon, In the Reign of her Most Glorious Majesty Queen Elizabeth Kingsley, Charles; N. Wyeth (illustrations) Published by Charles Scribner's Sons ().
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Westward Ho. - How Amyas Came Home the First Time One bright summer's afternoon in the year a tall and fair boy came lingering along Bideford Quay, in his scholar's gown, with satchel and slate in hand, watching wistfully the shipping and the sailors, till, just after he had passed the bottom of the High Street, he came to a group of sailors listening earnestly to someone who stood in.
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WESTWARD HO!, by Charles Kingsley. Published by Burt - no publication date is given, but the book appears to be from the early Rating: % positive. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion Librivox Free Audiobook Red Men And White by WISTER, Owen Planning in the Chaos of Life Max Eversfield's Podcast Inside Jr.
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For parents only: "Minute Version" of the book. SYNOPSIS. Westward Ho. is about love, hate, honour, and vengeance. It's also about 16th century religion, colonization, and warfare.
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Chapter IX. Westward Ho! Christmas is coming! The young people in the other room are grouped about the piano and it is pleasant to hear them singing: As with gladness men of old Did the guiding star behold, As with joy they hailed its light, Leading onward, beaming bright.Künstler’s Westward Ho!
depicts a typical family’s westward trek to start a new life on the frontier. The paintings that follow offer a wide array of characters and events from Western history–ranging from moments of quiet reflection, as in the portrayal of pioneer woman Emily, to Author: Historynet Staff.