3 edition of Torolv the fatherless found in the catalog.
Torolv the fatherless
|Statement||Pauline Clarke ; with ill. by Cecil Leslie.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.C555 To|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||190 p. :|
|Number of Pages||190|
|LC Control Number||79670050|
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"Torolv the Fatherless" is one, and stands any test of quality alongside "Return of the Twelve", or the historical novels of other outstanding writers as Rosemary Sutcliff, Henry Treece, Cynthia Harnett or Barbara Willard.
Set around A.D., Torolv (later known as Trolf) is a father-less orphan child in the Viking stronghold of Jomsburg.5/5(1). Torolv the Fatherless book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(2). Torolv the fatherless. [Pauline Clarke] -- "Torolv, called Trolf, lived near the great Viking fortress of Jomsborg. One day he was carried out to sea in a small skiff and picked up by pirates from the fortress, whose leader was a mysterious.
Torolv the Fatherless by Pauline Clarke - book cover, description, publication : Pauline Clarke. – Pauline Clarke wrote "Torolv the Fatherless" (), an historical novel set in the Anglo-Saxon era, when Vikings assaulted the Anglo-Saxons.
The story is about a Viking child who is accidentally lost at sea, and rescued by Anglo-Saxons, and 5/5(2). One of Clarke's historical novels Torolv the Fatherless (), Pauline Clarke's own favourite among her books.
 In her research for the book, amongst many resources, she used Anglo-Saxon historical material of the Cambridge academic Peter Hunter Blair. Torolv the Fatherless (Inglês) Capa dura – 28 Janeiro por Pauline Clarke (Autor) Ver todos os formatos e edições Ocultar outros formatos e edições.
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Torolv the Fatherless | Pauline Clarke | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon.5/5(1). Pauline Clarke is the author of The Return of the Twelves ( avg rating, ratings, 36 reviews, published ), Torolv the Fatherless ( avg rat /5.
Clarke's first book, "The Pekinese Princess" is an Oriental epic romance about valiant Pekineses, and wicked cats and monkeys -- inspired by Leslie's own Pekinese dogs. "Torolv the Fatherless" is a stunning historical novel. Torolv, a cognate version of the Scandinavian boys' name, "Trolf", is an illegitimate son of a Danish : Furrowed Middlebrow.
Clarke, Pauline, [ Book: ] View online (access conditions) At 4 libraries. This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 24,) Torolv the fatherless / Pauline Clarke ; with ill. by Cecil Leslie Clarke, Pauline, [ Audio book, Book: ]. Torolv the Fatherless | Pauline Clarke | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch : Pauline Clarke.
In publishing the work, Tolkien included alongside it an essay on the original poem and another on the word "ofermōde". Note that Interestingly, the children's author, Pauline Clarke wrote Torolv the Fatherless (), an historical children's novel set in the Anglo-Saxon era, when Vikings assaulted the Anglo-Saxons.
Also by this author: Torolv the Fatherless, Smith’s Hoard, The Boy with the Erpingham Hood, The Two Faces of Silenus. Other books about ‘little people’: The Borrowers, Mistress Masham’s Repose, The Little Grey Men.
8-year-old Max discovers a set of wooden soldiers in his family’s new home in the English countryside, c. CLARKE, PAULINE - Torolv the Fatherless CLARKE, J. ERSKINE - Abbot's Cleeve CLARKE, MRS HENRY - Put to the Proof CLARKE, MRS HENRY - Put to the Proof CLARKE, MOLLIE - Golden Hamster CLARKE, MOLLY - Sailor Doll CLARKE, MOLLIE - The Bird-Catcher and the Crow-Peri.
Author of The return of the Twelves, The two faces of Silenus, Five dolls and the duke, Torolv the Fatherless, The Twelve and the Genii, Creating independent student learners, grade: N-3, The Robin Hooders, Silver bells & cockle shellsWritten works: The Twelve and the Genii.
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Pauline Clarke (born ) is an English writer who has written for young children under the name Helen Clare, for older children as Pauline Clarke, and more recently for adults under her married name, Pauline Hunter Blair.
Her best-known work is The Twelve and the Genii which won the Carnegie Medal in and the Deutscher Jugendliteraturpreis in The 16 Lives book series by multiple authors includes books James Connolly: 16Lives, Michael O'Hanrahan, 16 lives: Patrick Pearse, and several more. See the complete 16 Lives series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles.One of Clarke's historical novels Torolv the Fatherless, Pauline Clarke's own favourite among her books.
In her research for the book, amongst many resources, she used Anglo-Saxon historical material of the Cambridge academic Peter Hunter Blair ; the story of Torolv works around an Anglo-Saxon or Old English poem.