Leaving Home by David French

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This is David French's first play and the first part of what has come to be known as the Mercer Series. Leaving Home tells the story of a Newfoundland family that has emigrated and lost all sense of its place in the world. Nominated for the Chalmers Award, Leaving Home is a classic in Canadian drama.

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David French was educated at the University of York and King's College London. He lectured at North London Polytechnic, the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, and Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, before joining the History Department of UCL in 1981. He was awarded a personal chair in history atUCL in 1996. He has been the recipient of the Arthur Goodzeit Prize of the New York Military Affairs Symposium, and has twice won the Templer Medal of the Society for Army Historical Research. He is a member of the editorial boards of War in History and the Journal of Strategic Studies and is amember of the Council of the Army Records Society. Brian Holden Reid is a professor of American history and military instruction at King's College in London and the author of several books, including "Robert E. Lee: Icon of a Nation" and "The American Civil War: Exploration and Reconsiderations". He lives in London.
Published January 1, 1972 by New Press. 108 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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