Downhill All the Way 1919 1939

Downhill All the Way 1919 1939

Leonard Woolf's recollections of his life with Virginia Woolf during the years when she wrote her major novels; also an account of the growth of the Hogarth Press, as well as portraits of Sigmund Freud, T. S. Eliot, and others.

Author: Leonard Sidney Woolf

Publisher: Peter Smith Pub Incorporated

ISBN: 0844665169

Category: Biography & Autobiography


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Leonard Woolf's recollections of his life with Virginia Woolf during the years when she wrote her major novels; also an account of the growth of the Hogarth Press, as well as portraits of Sigmund Freud, T. S. Eliot, and others. "There is a lucid probity in Leonard Woolf's writing" (Leon Edel, Saturday Review). Index; photographs.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Downhill all the Way

Downhill all the Way

From St Wandrille we pushed our bicycles uphill for three kilometres and rode for
four kilometres along the top to Ste Marguerite, all of which effort was amply
rewarded by the pleasure of coasting downhill through seven kilometres of
beautiful ...

Author: Edward Enfield

Publisher: Summersdale Publishers LTD - ROW

ISBN: 9780857655127

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 224

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It had been so amazingly hot that I felt myself about to dissolve into a kind of creme brulee on the road, so I bought some super-power Number 8 suncream. This had the word Bronzante on it, and must have contained some dye or other chemical because my knees stayed brown until February.' Fed up with questions about what he was going to do when he retired, Edward decided to get on his bicycle and ride from Le Havre to the Mediterranean. He struggled in Normandy to get directions from old men tipsy on Calvados by 9 a.m., passed by prairies of corn and acres of sunflowers, and hit his stride on the towpath of the Burgundy canal. He explored the mystery of what an ouvrier eats for lunch, and was barred from a swimming pool because his trunks were too decent. Through the Rhone and down to Provence and the Camargue, Enfield is witty and informative as always.
Categories: Sports & Recreation

Downhill All The Way

Downhill All The Way

'Downhill all the way,'she said. 'It's amazing.' 'Yes. Fantastic.' He put his ski back
on, and realized that the slope which had stopped him was theendof the very
steepbit they had fallen over. The way now was easier. 'I think Ican seeapost,'
Jean ...

Author: K M Peyton

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 9781448157228

Category: Fiction

Page: 208

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A school ski trip to France means different things to everyone in Hoomey, Nutty, David and Jean's class. But the adventures that take place over the week make for an unforgettable trip - and none of them will be quite the same by the time they return home.
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Virginia Woolf in Richmond

Virginia Woolf in Richmond

Introduction 1 Diaries I:124 2 Jacob's Room:3 3 Downhill All the Way:11 4
Beginning Again:235 5 Letters II:150 6 Beginning Again:253 7 Beginning Again:
254 8 Diaries II:13 9 Downhill All the Way:68 10 Diaries V:137 11 Downhill All the

Author: Peter Fullagar

Publisher: Aurora Metro Publications Ltd.

ISBN: 9781912430048

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 240

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"I ought to be grateful to Richmond & Hogarth, and indeed, whether it's my invincible optimism or not, I am grateful." - Virginia Woolf Although more commonly associated with Bloomsbury, Virginia and her husband Leonard Woolf lived in Richmond-upon-Thames for ten years from the time of the First World War (1914-1924). Refuting the common misconception that she disliked the town, this book explores her daily habits as well as her intimate thoughts while living at the pretty house she came to love - Hogarth House. Drawing on information from her many letters and diaries, the author reveals how Richmond's relaxed way of life came to influence the writer, from her experimentation as a novelist to her work with her husband and the Hogarth Press, from her relationships with her servants to her many famous visitors. Reviews “Lively, diverse and readable, this book captures beautifully Virginia Woolf’s time in leafy Richmond, her mixed emotions over this exile from central London, and its influence on her life and work. This illuminating book is a valuable addition to literary history, and a must-read for every Virginia Woolf enthusiast...” - Emma Woolf, writer, journalist, presenter and Virginia Woolf’s great niece About the Author Peter Fullagar is a former English Language teacher, having lived and worked in diverse locations such as Tokyo and Moscow. He became fascinated by the works of Virginia Woolf while writing his dissertation for his Masters in English Literature and Language. During his teaching career he was head of department at a private college in West London. He has written articles and book reviews for the magazine English Teaching Professional and The Huffington Post. His first short story will be published in an anthology entitled Tempest in March 2019. Peter was recently interviewed for the forthcoming film about the project to fund, create and install a new full-sized bronze statue of Virginia Woolf in Richmond-upon-Thames.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography



Anyway, while i was looking at the 3-d map one time it occurred to me that
someone like Mike could ski downhill all the way to Blight and then ski downhill
all the way back. But Grady had to drive him out to the end of the ridge in the Sno-

Author: Patrick F. McManus

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781416532651

Category: Fiction

Page: 291

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Investigating a missing persons case at a fancy lodge resort, Sheriff Bo Tully finds himself trapped by an untimely avalanche, a situation that is further complicated when his case is upgraded to a homicide and Tully's former girlfriend shows up unattached. By the author of The Blight Way. 30,000 first printing.
Categories: Fiction

Augustine and the Fundamentalist s Daughter

Augustine and the Fundamentalist   s Daughter

the way.” These contradictory expressions reveal a great deal, not about life, but
about what a person is predisposed to see. “Uphill all the way” features struggle
—continuing and even increasing in old age. “Downhill all the way” from this ...

Author: Margaret R. Miles

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781621894537

Category: Religion

Page: 236

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In Augustine and the Fundamentalist's Daughter, Margaret Miles weaves her memoirs together with reflections on Augustine's Confessions. Having read and reread Augustine's Confessions, in admiration as well as frustration, over the past thirty-five years, Miles brings her memories of childhood and youth in a fundamentalist home into conversation with Augustine's effort to understand his life. The result is a fascinating work of autobiographical and theological reflection. Moreover, this project brings together a rare combination of insights on fundamentalists' convictions and habits of mind, as well as on differences among fundamentalists. Such reflections are especially urgent in this time in which fundamentalism is prominent in political and social discourse.
Categories: Religion

Stanley s View

Stanley s View

MORE WATERY MATTERS We are all allowed to be wise before the event. Six
months ago I ended an article on watercourses in ... be a small dip at Foster's
Arms but overall it's downhill all the way. Water does exactly the same thing, give
it a ...

Author: Stanley Graham


ISBN: 9781445792286


Page: 390

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The second volume of the articles originally published in the Barnoldswick and Earby Times. Readable and informative history and opinion. Fully illustrated with over 180 photographs.

Lycra Lattes and the Long Way Round

Lycra  Lattes and the Long Way Round

Having done all the hard work for the day, it was basically downhill all the way.
But I couldn't resist a final side trip up Alpe d'Huez before heading to our
accommodation at Grenoble. A few hundred metres along the D211, from the tiny
town of ...

Author: Mark Krieger

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781456806231

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 204

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As I drew closer to the town of Pont-de- Vaux... I found myself thinking of some of the places Id passed through. There were so many tiny hamlets, villages and larger towns, some vibrant and fine-looking, others lifeless, run down and in dire need of repair. Then there were, of course, the countless numbers of French people who had helped me piece together the jigsaw of roads along my way. The places I was riding through werent quite the same, but there was that unmistakable pungent smell of agriculture in the air and the sight of fat cows chomping lazily on mouthfuls of grass. It was vastly different from the Hautes-Alps and the bustling stretch of Mediterranean coast, but full of its own charm and character nonetheless. Beginning with the idea of tackling some of Europes most formidable mountains on his road bike, Mark Krieger, along with his wife Roz, started his journey around France - from the medieval town of Langres - and instantly fell in love with the country. Known for its history, culture, fine cuisine and above all, its cycling, it became the perfect setting for a Tour of a lifetime.
Categories: Sports & Recreation

Love at First Hike

Love at First Hike

“According to our Handbook, it's downhill all the way to the road after the second
summit.” Of course, the trail did not go downhill all the way to town. But we did
walk past Lonesome Lake Hut, our first hut in the White Mountains. The huts are ...

Author: Michelle Pugh

Publisher: Stackpole Books

ISBN: 9780811759366

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 304

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When recent graduate Michelle Pugh sets out to fulfill a childhood dream of hiking the A.T. from start to finish, she enjoys the bliss of being surrounded by nature, the peacefulness of small trail towns, and the companionship of fellow hikers.
Categories: Sports & Recreation

All Creatures Great and Small

All Creatures Great and Small

These strong words made such an impression on me that I crawled round the
visits all day almost at walking pace. The same night, I was getting ... Since it was
downhill all the way, Siegfried found he could go even faster. The car leaped and

Author: James Herriot

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

ISBN: 9781447224211

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 432

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The first collection of memoirs from the author who inspired the BBC series All Creatures Great and Small. This edition contains If Only They Could Talk and It Shouldn't Happen to a Vet. Fresh out of Glasgow Veterinary College, to the young James Herriot 1930s Yorkshire seems to offer an idyllic pocket of rural life in a rapidly changing world. But from his erratic new colleagues, brothers Siegfried and Tristan Farnon, to incomprehensible farmers, herds of semi-feral cattle, a pig called Nugent and an overweight Pekingese called Tricki Woo, James finds he is on a learning curve as steep as the hills around him. And when he meets Helen, the beautiful daughter of a local farmer, all the training and experience in the world can’t help him . . . Since they were first published, James Herriot’s memoirs have sold millions of copies and entranced generations of animal lovers. Charming, funny and touching, All Creatures Great and Small is a heart-warming story of determination, love and companionship from one of Britain’s best-loved authors. 'I grew up reading James Herriot's books and I'm delighted that thirty years on, they are still every bit as charming, heartwarming and laugh-out-loud funny as they were then' Kate Humble
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

The Visitors

The Visitors

... She had three young children, and she and Nathan raised them. They did a
good job. Children did ne. Then a few years ago the wife died, and the longer the
wife is dead the more Nathan goes downhill. Eventually goes all the way

Author: Patrick O'Keeffe

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 9781408850817

Category: Fiction

Page: 320

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One warm July night, when thoughts of Ireland are far from James Dwyer's mind, a homeless man with a sunburnt face, who smells like dry wood, comes to the screen door of his Michigan apartment. Walter has two messages. The first is that an old lady is lying in the middle of his street. But when James goes to look there's nobody to be seen. The second, while apparently more ordinary, is ultimately more troubling: a childhood friend wants him to visit. Kevin Lyons, the wayward older son of a neighbouring builder James knew long ago as a boy in Tipperary, now lives in the USA too, and wants to reconnect with his past. But James, who has spent years establishing the foundations of his American life, has put that past behind him. As the day of the visit approaches, James slowly re-examines the mysteries of that time: what happened to Aunt Tess, who went away to become a nurse in Dublin; what Kevin's father was really doing late at night by candlelight in his makeshift office in the yard; what became of Kevin's red-haired sister Una, who young Jimmy fell for in a big way and whether, after all these years, people like Kevin ever really change. The Visitors is a captivating story of the interwoven fates of two families, of the gap between childhood and the adult world, between a river in Ireland (and all that happened there) and another in America, and of the shocking revelations that come with crossing the divide.
Categories: Fiction

Eminent Rhetoric

Eminent Rhetoric

of what is wrong with academe rather than what is right . . . when one begins to
take a closer look, it's downhill all the way. Paglia's review, however, does not
then proceed to demonstrate "what is wrong with academe," or even what is
wrong ...

Author: Elizabeth A. Fay

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 0897893093

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 156

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Examines the unacknowledged political uses of language in modern culture that cause power imbalances among speakers and listeners, especially women.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

The Bloomsbury Group

The Bloomsbury Group

An Autobiography of the Years 1880-1904, 0 1960, Beginning Again: An
Autobiography of the Years 1911-1918, Q 1964,- Downhill All the Way: An
Autobiogrophy of the Years 1919-1939, 0 1967. Harcourt Brace 8: Co. and the
Estate of ...

Author: Stanford Patrick Rosenbaum

Publisher: University of Toronto Press

ISBN: 9780802076403

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 495

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Additions to the revised edition include an early anonymous newspaper account of Bloomsbury, and observations by Quentin Bell, Beatrice Webb, Gerald Brenan, Christopher Isherwood, Frances Partridge, and others.
Categories: Literary Criticism



approaching the Continental Divide and the easier downhill portion of the trip,
one of the oxen died. ... a moment of triumph, for the small caravan passed over
the Continental Divide, and Purchas shouted, “From here on, downhill all the way

Author: James A. Michener

Publisher: Dial Press

ISBN: 9780804151597

Category: Fiction

Page: 1104

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Written to commemorate the Bicentennial in 1976, James A. Michener’s magnificent saga of the West is an enthralling celebration of the frontier. Brimming with the glory of America’s past, the story of Colorado—the Centennial State—is manifested through its people: Lame Beaver, the Arapaho chieftain and warrior, and his Comanche and Pawnee enemies; Levi Zendt, fleeing with his child bride from the Amish country; the cowboy, Jim Lloyd, who falls in love with a wealthy and cultured Englishwoman, Charlotte Seccombe. In Centennial, trappers, traders, homesteaders, gold seekers, ranchers, and hunters are brought together in the dramatic conflicts that shape the destiny of the legendary West—and the entire country. BONUS: This edition includes an excerpt from James A. Michener's Hawaii. Praise for Centennial “A hell of a book . . . While he fascinates and engrosses, Michener also educates.”—Los Angeles Times “An engrossing book . . . imaginative and intricate . . . teeming with people and giving a marvelous sense of the land.”—The Plain Dealer “Michener is America’s best writer, and he proves it once again in Centennial. . . . If you’re a Michener fan, this book is a must. And if you’re not a Michener fan, Centennial will make you one.”—The Pittsburgh Press “An absorbing work . . . Michener is a superb storyteller.”—BusinessWeek
Categories: Fiction

Thoughts for the Soul

Thoughts for the Soul

It was going to be downhill all the way! And I think I would have been fine except
that the map we were looking at did not show a Ywhere a decision to go right or
left had to be made. And I think we would have gone right except that there was a

Author: David Greiner

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 9781490829098

Category: Religion

Page: 150

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Thoughts for the Soul is filled with personal stories and life observations aimed at encouraging all with the knowledge that God can be heard and seen in the seemingly insignificant happenings of day-to-day life. The entertaining tales found within its pages are comfortingly human, and yet they open our eyes to God’s desire to reveal Himself and His astonishing love for us every day. Though written by a pastor to his congregation, these stories are offered to all who have even a whisper of interest in how God relates to us. Each story closes with the encouragement that Pastor David is with you in your pursuit of a meaningful spirituality. He writes not as one who has all the answers but as a fellow explorer, each day trying to see and hear from God concerning the good He has planned for us.
Categories: Religion

All Things Bright and Beautiful

All Things Bright and Beautiful

It had started to snow heavily when I set out and I was glad it was downhill all the
way to Hartington; many of the roads higher up the Dale would soon be
impassable on a night like this. In the Veterinary Hospital I watched the big man
drilling, ...

Author: James Herriot

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

ISBN: 9780330529419

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 384

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The second collection of memoirs from the author who inspired the BBC series All Creatures Great and Small. Now settled into the sleepy Yorkshire village of Darrowby, and married to Helen the farmer’s daughter, James Herriot thinks he’s finally got himself sorted. But life as a vet in the 1930s was never going to be easy. Quite aside from his unpredictable colleagues, brothers Siegfried and Tristan Farnon, he must contend with new-fangled medical techniques, delivering calves after far too much home-made wine, and a grudge-holding dog called Magnus who never forgets. And then, with Britain on the verge of war, James faces a decision that could separate him from Darrowby – and Helen – for ever . . . Since they were first published, James Herriot’s memoirs have sold millions of copies and entranced generations of animal lovers. Charming, funny and touching, All Things Bright and Beautiful is a heart-warming story of determination, love and companionship from one of Britain’s best-loved authors. This omnibus edition comprises the majority of chapters from Let Sleeping Vets Lie and Vets in Harness.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

The Prince

The Prince

“Do you want them to discover us?” hissed one of the Jews, seeing what he was
doing. “We're climbing!” Saro said. His exclamation drew Rosario Losurdo's
attention. “You're right. To get to the coast, from Calatafimi, it's downhill all the

Author: Vito Bruschini

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781451687217

Category: Fiction

Page: 448

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Based on a true story, The Prince is a “complex, informed, and intelligent saga” (Kirkus Reviews) about the web of love, betrayal, and murder that forged the most powerful criminal organization in history—the Mafia. In this remarkable novel, author Vito Bruschini brilliantly evokes the charismatic figure of Prince Ferdinando Licata, a wealthy Sicilian landowner who uses his personal power and charm to placate Sicilian peasants and fight off Mussolini’s fascists. As tensions rise in Italy during the 1930s, with increasingly violent consequences, Licata attracts many friends and even more enemies. Eventually implicated in a grisly murder, the prince flees to America, where he ends up navigating a turf war between Irish and Italian gangs of the Lower East Side. Violence explodes in unexpected ways as Licata gains dominance over New York, with the help of a loyal townsman with blood ties to the prince who is forced to abandon his fiancée in Sicily. The two men return to their native land at the height of World War II in an outrageously bold maneuver engineered by Licata and mobster Lucky Luciano. Both the prince and his kinsman assist US naval intelligence during the invasion of Sicily and, once they are back on their native soil, they proceed to settle unfinished business with their enemies and unravel old secrets in a stunning and sinister finale. Through a spellbinding story and unforgettable characters, Bruschini depicts in visceral detail the dark intertwining roots of loyalty and betrayal, poverty and privilege, secrets and revelations that contributed to the rise of the Mafia in Sicily and America.
Categories: Fiction

What Will You Do for an Encore and Other Stories

What Will You Do for an Encore  and Other Stories

It was the same way about other things you wanted: so you finally got a new book
you had been longing for, well what could ... act of achievement, the moment of
triumph itself had a built-in anticlimax, and afterwards it was downhill all the way.

Author: Robert Drake

Publisher: Mercer University Press

ISBN: 0865545235

Category: Fiction

Page: 148

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Categories: Fiction

Green Cognac

Green Cognac

My elderly engineer friend at Salida had told me that the track we were following
was almost a two and one-half percent grade, one of the steepest in the world for
a main line, and from Pando to Glenwood Springs, it was downhill all the way.

Author: William Lowell Putnam

Publisher: Light Technology Publishing

ISBN: 9781622336944

Category: History


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An Impetuous College Undergraduate ... A Nation at War ... A New Unit Seeking "Experienced Mountaineers ... Men of Good Physique ... Who Have Lived and Worked in the Mountains ... " Three letters of recommendation later, in early 1943, William Lowell Putnam joined what was to become the 10th Mountain Division, the first and only mountain warefare unit of the U.S. Army. Green Cognac: The Education of a Mountain Fighter is a superb account of the mountain and ski troops as seen from Putnam's often wry perspective. What transpired during the brief, eventful years of war is the story of Green Cognac, as told by one who was well acquainted with the mountains and mountaineering before he became a mountain fighter. Putnam applied this knowledge while serving in the infantry regiments of the 10th Mountain Division. The elite Mountain Troops were sent to break the German Gothic Line in the Apennine Mountains of Italy. Brilliantly led, they fought their way northward with magnificent dash, seizing control of ten mountain crests. Their determined drive broke the German resistance and brought on the first large-scale enemy surrender of World War II. Much celebrated and studied after the war for their striking success and spirit in the field, the Mountain Trrops presented an awe-inspiring picture of camaraderie and courage. From the bold ski-tropper concept, first suggested in 1940, to the final days of demobilization at the end of 1945, this is their story.
Categories: History