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    John Buchan and the Thirty-nine Steps: an Exploration

    £8.99
    A timely look at John Buchan's much-loved pre-First-World-War novel - what inspired it, its themes and metaphors - and at how much of the author's own swlf and experiences are in it.
    ISBN: 9781905267873
    AuthorJohn Burnett
    Pub Date22/04/2014
    BindingPaperback
    Pages144
    Availability: In Stock

    Set in the months before the outbreak of the Great War and in print for almost 100 years The Thirty-Nine Steps is John Buchan's most popular novel. This timely look at the book - what inspired it, its themes and metaphors - and at its author - how much of John Buchan's own self and experiences are in it - will greatly enhance the reader's enjoyment.

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    Set in the months before the outbreak of the Great War and in print for almost 100 years The Thirty-Nine Steps is John Buchan's most popular novel. This timely look at the book - what inspired it, its themes and metaphors - and at its author - how much of John Buchan's own self and experiences are in it - will greatly enhance the reader's enjoyment.