2 edition of Crack of whips, tales by H.A. Manhood. found in the catalog.
Crack of whips, tales by H.A. Manhood.
Harold Alfred Manhood
|LC Classifications||PR6025 A445 C7|
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|Number of Pages||315|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Manhood, H.A. (Harold Alfred), Crack of whips. London: Jonathan Cape, (OCoLC) Material Type. I received a very strange new book today, as I just told someone in an email.
The first ever collection of stories by H.A. Manhood ( – ). Just read the first story (NIGHTSEED) and it has a very florid style, with many peculiar metaphors, listed hypnotically, anthropomorphic and otherwise, but in some ways it all seems to work.
Manhood was one of the most highly regarded short story writers of the s. His work was praised by John Crack of whips, Henry Williamson, Hugh Walpole and H. Bates, who was to become a good friend. His British and American publishers, Jonathan Cape and Viking respectively, thought so highly of him that they paid him a salary to give him the time and space just to write, a most unusual.
Manhood; H. Manhood (primary author only) Author division. Manhood is currently considered a "single author." If one or more works are by a distinct, homonymous authors, go ahead and split the author. Includes. Manhood is composed of tales by H.A.
Manhood. book names. You can examine and separate out names. Combine with. Contains one of PB's All Time Greats: "Crack o' Whips" by H A Manhood () A stunning portrait of a nasty drunk Victorian guy who works at travelling fairs running a dog act, and the bunch of kids he's cruel to and who are a lot crueller in return/5.
Crack 'O Whips - H. Manhood Harold Alan Manhood () was a British author who lived much of his life in a converted railway carriage in the Sussex countryside, growing his own food and brewing his own cider.
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Funnily enough, I have a book by H.A. Manhood (signed and numbered) called The Three Nails. It's the story of a man who literally crucifies his wife, so the 'Crack of Whips' title is probably no fluke.
He also wrote a book titled "Gay Agony", though whether this. Grateful thanks to Richard Humphreys for providing the cover scan.
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