4 edition of The ballad and the plough found in the catalog.
Originally published: London: Gollancz, 1978.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 85 p. :|
|Number of Pages||92|
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Growing up in Alaska, however, there was one other narrative poem that was equally as popular. For myself, there were two people in the late 1950s whose unforgettable wildly different performances—one at the Troubadour Folk Club in Earl's Court and the other at Ewan MacColl's Ballads and Blues Club in the upstairs room of a pub in the Edgware Road the name of which I can't remember —decided for me the musical direction which my life was going to take.
The dust jacket for hard covers may not be included. She also writes the medieval murder mysteries set in London in the late fifteenth century. Joe Hubbard of Wise, Virginia, sang The Farmer's Curst Wife to Herbert Halpert on 6 April 1939. The era of the great farms of Scotland is over now. Whistling was a familiar way of calling up the Devil hence the sailors' dread that whistling may raise a storm. The life was hard, and unlike some who write about agricultural life in the past, Cameron does not pretend this was some rural idyll.
Two common rhyme schemes used in ballads are ABAB or ABCB. Although very small, it has an unusual life cycle that produces The ballad and the plough generations every season. Narrative poetry are poems that tell stories. There was three kings into the east, Three kings both great and high, And they hae sworn a solemn oath John Barleycorn should die.
Pages and cover are clean and intact. This book provides some fascinating insights into the lives of those who lived and worked on the farmtouns and was therefore of considerable interest to me. Pages and cover are clean and intact.
"synopsis" may belong to another edition of this title. It was; "a lifetime of the starker side of farmtoun existence: the poor food, the continuous mud, the constant rheumy pains that came finally from wearing clothes that were damp almost from one year's end to the next. Dixon compiled his volume for the Percy Society; and its pages, embracing only a selection f• Authors ranging from John Gay to William Blake to Felicia Hemans incorporated the seemingly incongruous genre of the ballad into their work.
Cameron uses them to great effect, using them to tell the stories of famous ploughmen, the dull, monotonous diet and the love affairs. He worked most of his life as a journalist, including 22 years spent in London. As Cameron writes, "it was common for a joint tenant of a farmtoun to own no more than the half-share of an ox - and eight were needed to pull the plough.
But in her account of how she went from being a secretary of the Ploughing Association, her first job, to The ballad and the plough - to her own amazement - its managing director twenty years later is a story of leadership and people skills that are very much of the twenty-first century. Many others are on the subject of sex.
The Ballad and the Plough: A Portrait of the Life of the Old Scottish Farmtouns This book is in very good condition and will be shipped within 24 hours of ordering.