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The House of the Deer

Author: D E Stevenson
Publisher: New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston [©1971]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English : [1st ed.]View all editions and formats
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Depicts the intriques and adventures experienced by a young lad while hunting in the Scottish Highlands.
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: D E Stevenson
ISBN: 0030665604 9780030665608
OCLC Number: 113903
Description: 208 pages 22 cm
Contents: Which introduces Sir Walter MacCallum and his family --
In which various matters are discussed and planned --
In which an inoffensive gentleman airs his views --
Which tells of a rendez-vous at Ardfalloch Inn --
Tells of Gerald's arrival at the House of the Deer --
In which a young man is dumbfounded --
Which concerns itself with four good companions --
Which describes the slaying of a stag --
Introduces another guest at the House of the Deer --
In which Donny becomes communicative --
Which concerns a shopping expedition --
In which Gerald makes new friends --
In which Gerald relates a true story --
Which describes a picnic by the river --
Is conversational --
Is confidential --
In which Colin lays his plans --
Which describes the stalking of the hummel --
In which Mac boils over --
Is concerned with a serious enquiry --
In which Mac is offered advice --
Is concerned with the arrival of a letter --
Describes a man-hunt over the hills --
In which are recorded Gerald's adventures at the Horseman's Inn --
In which an invalid receives visitors --
Which tells how Phil carried out her idea --
Tells how Mac solved all the problems.
Responsibility: [by] D.E. Stevenson.

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Depicts the intriques and adventures experienced by a young lad while hunting in the Scottish Highlands.

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