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Harding's Luck

Nesbit, Edith

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ISBN 10: 092960590X / ISBN 13: 9780929605906
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Title: Harding's Luck

Publisher: Books of Wonder


Book Condition:Very Good

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Dickie Harding, a crippled orphan living in England in 1906, travels three hundred years back in time, where he is the son of a knight and can walk normally, but feels called back to the twentieth century to help the beggar and petty thief who has befriended him, and discovers an amazing secret about his origins.Dickie Harding, a crippled English orphan in 1906, travels three centuries back in time, where he is the son of a knight and can walk normally, but returns to help a friend, a beggar and petty thief

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English author Edith Nesbit s impressive body of work includes poems, plays, novels, and even ghost stories, however, she is best known for her beloved children s adventure stories, published under the name E. Nesbit. Among Nesbit s best-known works are The Story of the Treasure-Seekers, The Railway Children, The Wouldbegoods and Five Children and It. Nesbit s novels departed from the children s literary tradition of fantasy-worlds popularized by Lewis Carroll and Kenneth Grahame, and instead focused on the adventures to be had from real-life experiences. Nesbit s work inspired other writers like C. S. Lewis, P. L Travers, and J. K. Rowling, and many of her stories have been adapted for film and television. In addition to writing, Nesbit was an activist and co-founded the Fabian Society, a socialist group that provided the foundation for the modern British Labour Party. Nesbit died in 1924.

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