Classic fiction ‘L’ Authors
Classic fiction large print authors (4 authors)
- Roger Lemelin (1)
5 Classic fiction Large print books available
1. Sons and Lovers - D. H. Lawrence, David Herbert Lawrence
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This large print title is set in Tieras 16pt font as reccomended by the RNIB.
2. The Phantom of the Opera (Large Print) - Gaston Leroux
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3. The Phantom of the Opera (Large Print 16pt) - Gaston LeRoux
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The 19th century suspense - filled terrifying tale of unrequited love, passion and tragedy. Constantly moving through an ever - pervading dark atmosphere of spine - tingling menace in its portrayal of Erik, the grotesque and elusive 'phantom', who conceals himself in the grim labyrinthine depths of the Paris Opera, while his obsessive love burns for the beautiful Christine. ''The Opera ghost really existed. He was not, as was long believed, a creature of the imagination... Yes, he existed in flesh and blood, although he assumed the complete appearance of a real phantom...''
4. Jerry of the Islands - Jack London
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5. The Town Below A Novel (Large Print 16pt) - Roger Lemelin
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The Town Below takes place in St. Joseph Parish of Quebec City's Saint - Sauveur suburb. Saint - Sauveur is a parochial and provincial place where narrow piety and corruption can be found in every corner, and Denis and Lise, two adolescents in love, scandalize the town with their affair. Scheming politicians and clergymen and grasping social climbers mix with salt - of - the - earth citizens in a rough - and - tumble satiric assault on pre - Quiet Revolution Quebec mores and attitudes. The Town Below won the Prix David and the Prix de la langue fran aise. Lemelin was also awarded Guggenheim and Rockefeller fellowships. A bestseller in Quebec when it originally appeared, The Town Below has been called the ''pioneer novel of working - class Quebec'' and exploded, with great controversy, the smothering social and religious strictures prevalent among postwar Qu b cois. The novel was first published in English by Reynal & Hitchcock in 1948.
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