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vicarage family

Noel Streatfeild

vicarage family

an autobiographical story.

by Noel Streatfeild

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Published by F. Watts in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementIllustrated by Charles Mozley.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR6037.T77 Z5 1963
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 245 p.
Number of Pages245
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5888063M
LC Control Number63021029
OCLC/WorldCa727074

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A Vicarage Family is the first part in a fictionalized autobiography in which Noel Streatfeild tells the story of her own childhood, painting a poignant and vivid picture of daily life in an impoverished, genteel family in the years leading up to the First World War.. In the story there are three little girls - Isobel, the eldest, is pretty, gentle and artistic; Louise the youngest, is sweet Brand: Penguin Books Ltd. The Vicarage Children book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This was a really lovely read. it's basically "a year in the life" of a family in an old Vicarage at the top of England, I believe much influenced by the experiences of the author.4/5.


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A Vicarage Family is the somewhat fictionalized account of Noel Streatfeild's life growing up in a vicarage during the years leading up to WWI. In this novelization of her early years Noel becomes Victoria, the rebellious daughter who found life growing up in a vicarage to be very restricting.4/5.

Not like most of her others--somber, autobiographical tale of the frustrations of being an independent soul in a conventional vicarage family in early 20th century Britain.

Victoria, the vicar's daughter, loves her family but suffers for her abundance of curiosity and independence/5(13). Vicarage Family [Noel Streatfeild, Charles Mozley] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

A Vicarage Family is the first part in a fictionalized autobiography in which Noel Streatfeild tells the story of her own childhood/5(2). Synopsis: Everyone pities the poor vicar who's got such a difficult daughter.

Vicky doesn't work at school, she's awkward at home, and she's not pretty or talented like her sisters.

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A Vicarage Family is the first part in a fictionalized autobiography in which Noel Streatfeild tells the story of her own childhood, painting a poignant and vivid picture of daily life in an impoverished, genteel family in the years leading up to the First World War.

The first book in famous children's writer (Ballet Shoes, Theatre Shoes) Noel Streatfeild's thinly-disguised four-volume book of memoirs. This volume covers her childhood as the second daughter of a gentle, learned, and genuinely good Church of England vicar, and her utter inability to fit into a well-bred, well-connected Edwardian : Not like most of her others--somber, autobiographical tale of the frustrations of being an independent soul in a conventional vicarage family in early 20th century Britain.

Victoria, the vicar's daughter, loves her family but suffers for her abundance of curiosity and independence/5(17). So, this is the latest update on my Noel Streatfeild Challenge.

I'm having a lot of fun with this so far, and really enjoying starting to read some of her books that I haven't before.

The copy of A Vicarage Family which I got from the library was a mega old one, first borrowed in the s. Interestingly, it was borrowed consistently throughout. A fascinating insight into vicarage life at the turn of the century, when rules were very strict, particularly around Lent and inflicted even on the children/5(17).

A Vicarage Family is the first part in a fictionalized autobiography in which Noel Streatfeild tells the story of her own childhood, painting a poignant and vivid picture of daily life in an impoverished, genteel family in the years leading up to the First World War.

In the story there are three little girls - Isobel, the eldest, is pretty, gentle and artistic; Louise the youngest, is Pages:   “A Vicarage Family is a fictionalised autobiography of Noel Streatfeild’s own childhood.

First published by Puffin Books inA Vicarage Family was also published in in a child-friendly format. This story is about a young girl called Victoria Strangeway, who is also known as ‘Vicky’ to her family and friends. The first book in famous children's writer (Ballet Shoes, Theatre Shoes) Noel Streatfeild's thinly-disguised four-volume book of memoirs.

This volume covers her childhood as the second daughter of a gentle, learned, and genuinely good Church of England vicar, and her utter inability to fit into a well-bred, well-connected Edwardian background. The story of a vicarage childhood by the author of "Ballet Shoes" and "When the Siren Wailed".

It centres on Vicky, and her days of picking primroses in the wood, of the horrors of sharing clothes with her pretty sisters, and the death in war of her cousin John.

A Vicarage Family Synopsis. A Vicarage Family is the first part in a fictionalized autobiography in which Noel Streatfeild tells the story of her own childhood, painting a poignant and vivid picture of daily life in an impoverished, genteel family in the years leading up to the First World War.

When Vicky grows up and her first children's book is published to great acclaim, it is her family who are the least surprised. For the Vicky of this story if the much-loved Noel Streatfeild, and her first book was the famous Ballet Shoes.

This is the story of her childhood, told in her own words/5(17). She was born in Sussex, the second of five surviving children of William Champion Streatfeild, later the Bishop of Lewes, and Janet Venn. Her life is described in three semi-autobiographical novels: A Vicarage Family, Away from the Vicarage and Beyond the Vicarage.

Her elder sister Ruth Gervis illustrated Ballet Shoes. A Puffin Book -- stories that last a lifetime. A Vicarage Family is the first part in a fictionalized autobiography in which Noel Streatfeild tells the story of her own childhood, painting a poignant and vivid picture of daily life in an impoverished, genteel family in the years leading up to the First World ry: Books.

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