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[Clothes of a king's son; a novel in three volumes].

Author: Pamela Frankau
Publisher: New York, Random House [©1963-1967]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The three novels center around the three Weston children (Thomas, Sarah, and Gerald), who follow their father Philip, the director of a troupe of Pierrots, to a different boarding house in a different seaside town every summer. In the first novel the children are 10 to 16. The second novel is set over ten years later when they are 21 to 27 and centers on Thomas, the youngest, who has unwanted extrasensory powers.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Pamela Frankau
OCLC Number: 692144
Description: 3 volumes 22 cm
Contents: v. 1. Sing for your supper.- v. 2. Slaves of the lamp.- v. 3. Over the mountains.
Other Titles: Sing for your supper.
Slaves of the lamp.
Over the mountains.

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The three novels center around the three Weston children (Thomas, Sarah, and Gerald), who follow their father Philip, the director of a troupe of Pierrots, to a different boarding house in a different seaside town every summer. In the first novel the children are 10 to 16. The second novel is set over ten years later when they are 21 to 27 and centers on Thomas, the youngest, who has unwanted extrasensory powers. The children pursue primarily artistic careers. The powers of Thomas further manifest themselves in the last novel of the series.

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