Farewell the Winterline: Memories of a Boyhood in India

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

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Stanley Brush’s heartwarming, evocative autobiography rich with humorous and, at times, poignant vignettes of growing up in Bengal, India.

Over 250 photos with captions, hand-drawn maps for geographic reference, plus many amusing graphics.
– 256 pages printed on acid free, archival paper for your heritage library.
– Black & white interior with full color, UV laminated cover.

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256 pages printed on acid-free, archival paper.
Black & White interior with full color, UV laminated cover.

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 8.5 x 5.5 x 1 in

3 reviews for Farewell the Winterline: Memories of a Boyhood in India

  1. Bill

    [Farewell The Winterline] is a beautiful and well-written book of a young man lucky enough to have had the experience of living and attending school…in India before World War II. It was absolutely fascinating. I had no idea that the children of a Baptist minister would enjoy such a privileged life! I envy his mother… She had a cook, a cleaner, a gardener & a watchman…[the author] is a wonderful story teller.
    J. Pike – Bridgeport CT

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Bill

    You….weave school history, family history and world history into a….fascinating account. Your wry humor and gentle philosophical awareness present the reader with a picture of love and joy in living.
    S. Stoddard – Lincoln NE

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Bill

    …your wonderful book Farewell The Winterline…having read it cover-to-cover, offer my congratulations. You certainly brought those places and times back to life…The wealth of detail – which no doubt [was] the outcome of much diligent research, enriched and enlivened the story.
    The design is elegant, and I like the way you arranged the material by chapters, as well as the alternating of pictures with text, making the whole very readable. For me it was a real “page-turner”, as I looked forward to every new episode and insight… What a strange lot we were. In that Indian setting we seemed as missionaries – a most exotic species.
    N. Williams – Washington D.C.

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Stanley Brush’s heartwarming, evocative autobiography rich with humorous and, at times, poignant vignettes of growing up in Bengal, India.

Over 250 photos with captions, hand-drawn maps for geographic reference, plus many amusing graphics.
– 256 pages printed on acid free, archival paper for your heritage library.
– Black & white interior with full color, UV laminated cover.

 

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