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Author: David Rees
ISBN: 0903434075
Pages 71 pages
Publisher Imprint unknown (April 1975)
Language English
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by David Rees


Tim is 17, catholic and conflicted. After reading Quince I decided to re-read In the Tent by David Rees to refresh my memory. I first read the book over 20 years ago and thought it was wonderful

Tim is 17, catholic and conflicted. I first read the book over 20 years ago and thought it was wonderful. To a degree it still holds up but now I've a bit more to now compare it to. The story of a young confused catholic gay boy who goes camping & hiking with three presumedly straight friends including the blond godlet that he's crushing on still makes for an interesting story.

In 1936 Stephen Faith, a young student, goes to Spain to teach English to Pablo, the seventeen-year-old son of the Mayor of Zahara de los Membrillos, and he finds himself falling in love with his pupil’s older brother. In rural Ireland in the 1840s, English landlord Anthony Altarnun and his servant Michael Tangney find themselves forced to cope not only with the horrors of the potato famine, but also the hostility aroused by their relationship in the small community they are trying to save from starvation.

I have a truly great interest in World War 2, (MY UTMOST THANKS GO TO ALL THE VARIOUS WRITERS AND ILLUSTRATOR/ARTISTS OF ALL MY "OSPREY BOOKS"!!!) Lynda Kay is my favourite singer/songwriter! (I love her music!)

Flag as Inappropriate. The Oxford English Dictionary, however, states that the origin is "an ascribed Welsh pronunciation of Davy or David, in Welsh Dafydd.

Flag as Inappropriate. Here, the Taff Bargoed and then down into Abercynon in the Cynon Valley where the Afon Cynon merge with the Taff and, slightly further downstream the Nant Clydach joins. At Pontypridd it is joined by the Afon Rhondda. From Pontypridd, it runs roughly south, through Taff's Well and Radyr, before arriving at the northern boundary of the city of Cardiff in Llandaff. Pont-y-Cafnau, world's earliest surviving iron railway bridge.

A woodland walk - geograph. uk - 1322857" by David Locke - From geograph. Aberdare is one of the main towns in Rhondda Cynon Taff. The town was founded in the Middle Ages, and thus also has a few interesting buildings that you can visit. Billy Wynt - geograph. uk - 1709398" by Nigel Davies - From geograph. The town is also known as the Queen of the Valley, and people who enjoy shopping will find this town the best option in Rhondda Cynon Taff.

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Husband of Elizabeth Thomas Father of David Rees Davies; David Jones Davies; Jane Rees Phillips; Emma Rees Jenkins; William Rees Davies and . Birth of William Rees Davies. Aberdare, Rhondda Cynon Taff, United Kingdom.

Husband of Elizabeth Thomas Father of David Rees Davies; David Jones Davies; Jane Rees Phillips; Emma Rees Jenkins; William Rees Davies and 2 others; Edwin Davies and Mary Ann Rees Davis less. Managed by: Alex Moes.