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Barstow's other works included Joby, which was turned into a television play starring Patrick Stewart, A Raging Calm, A Season with Eros, A Brother’s Tale, Just You Wait and . A Brother's Tale (1980). Just You Wait and See (1986). Give Us This Day (1989).
Barstow's other works included Joby, which was turned into a television play starring Patrick Stewart, A Raging Calm, A Season with Eros, A Brother’s Tale, Just You Wait and See, Modern Delights and an autobiography, In My Own Good Time (2001). Barstow married Connie Kershaw in 1951 with whom he had two children.
Start by marking Just You Wait And See as Want to Read . Ella wants to marry, but her affections are torn.
Start by marking Just You Wait And See as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The circumstances in which Ella makes her final choice provide a poignant and fulfilling conclusion.
Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780718126957.
By (author) Stan Barstow. Publisher F A Thorpe (Publishers). Imprint Ulverscroft Large Print Books Ltd. Publication City/Country Anstey, Leics, United Kingdom. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window). ISBN13 9780708916940.
Author: Stan Barstow ISBN 10: 0552993417. Last oneFree postage. item 6 Just You Wait and See, Stan Barstow, Used; Acceptable Book -Just You Wait and See, Stan Barstow, Used; Acceptable Book. Title: Just You Wait and See Item Condition: used item in a good condition. Will be clean, not soiled or stained. Books will be free of page markings. item 7 Just You Wait and See by Barstow, Stan Book condition good -Just You Wait and See by Barstow, Stan Book condition good.
Stan Barstow, English novelist who was noted for his unsentimental depiction of working-class life
Stan Barstow, English novelist who was noted for his unsentimental depiction of working-class life. Barstow grew up in a working-class environment and held a job in the engineering industry until 1962, when the enormous success of his first book, A Kind of Loving (1960; film 1962; stage play 1970). Thank you for your feedback.
October 1987 : UK Hardback. March 1989 : UK Paperback.
But little do we perceive what solitude is, and how far it extendeth. For a crowd is not company, and faces are but a gallery of pictures, and talk a tingling cymbal, where there is no love. The house is like a lot of backstage dressing-rooms like you sometimes see in musical pictures and you wouldn’t be surprised to see some young lad marching round knocking on all the doors and shouting, ‘Five minutes, please,’ like they do. I think I’ve never seen so many strange faces and the surprising thing is they’re mostly relatives of mine. Or they’re supposed to be. I wonder where on earth the Old Lady’s dug them all up from and I don’t think even she knows them all for sure.