2 edition of Maidens" trip found in the catalog.
by Chatto & Windus
Written in English
Originally published MacGibbon & Kee, 1948.
|Statement||edited and abridge by the author.|
|Series||Queen"s classic series|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||154|
They live off kedgeree and fried bread and jam, adopt a kitten, lose their bicycles, laugh and quarrel and get progressively dirtier and tougher as the weeks go by. Maidens' Trip is a classic memoir of the growth to maturity of three young women in the exceptional circumstances of Britain at war. Book Title: Maidens' Trip Author: Emma Smith Format: Paperback | pages Publication Date: 07 Sep ISBN In Emma Smith joined the Grand Union Canal Carrying Company under their wartime scheme of employing women to replace the boaters.
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First published inand reissued by Bloomsbury inMaidens' Trip is the semi-fictionalised story of Emma Smith and her two friends' experiences working on the Grand Union Canal. The canal company had launched a wartime scheme to recruit women to fill /5.
Maidens' Trip: A Wartime Adventure on the Grand Union Canal Paperback – July 1, by Emma Smith (Author)/5(5). Maidens' trip, the Working waterways Series Paperback – January 1, by Emma Smith (Author)/5().
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She was born Elspeth Hallsmith inand last year she published The Great Western Beach, a magical memoir of her childhood in Cornwall. In her first book, Maidens' Trip, was published and won the John Llewellyn Rhys Memorial Prize.
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The Great Western Beach is Emma Smith's wonderfully atmospheric memoir of a s childhood in Newquay, Cornwall. She recalls the rocks, the sea, the beaches, the picnics, the teas and pasties, the bracing walks, the tennis tournaments and bathing parties, the curious residents and fascinating holiday-makers - relishing every glorious, salty detail.
Maidens' Trip () proved to be a critical and a commercial success and won the John Llewellyn Rhys Prize. With the proceeds from it, she moved to Paris, where she took a room in the Hotel de Tournon and, drawing on her memories of India, typed up her second novel.
It was reprinted by Bloomsbury in Children: Barnaby and Lucy Rose. Get this from a library. Maidens' Trip. [The experiences of the author and two friends on a barge on the Grand Union Canal.].
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Her book, Maidens' Trip, was first published in and won the John Llewellyn Rhys Memorial Prize. Her second, The Far Cry, was published the following year and was awarded the James Tait Black Memorial Prize. In Emma Smith married Richard Stewart-Jones. After her husband's death in she went to live with her two young children in /5().
Her début novel, Maidens’ Trip, an account of life on the Grand Union Canal during the second world war, was published in and won the John Llewellyn Rhys : Danuta Kean.