The Goalkeeper's Revenge and Other Stories

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Heinemann Educational Books, 1967 - 119 sayfa
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One of a series of top-quality fiction for schools, this is a collection of stories of a Lancashire childhood, of football in the streets, fishing, fighting and school, of growing up and looking for work, and of characters such as Spit Nolan the champion trolley-rider, and Sam Dalt the goalkeeper.

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BILL NAUGHTON (1910-1992) was born in Ireland and raised in Bolton, eventually settling on the Isle of Man with his Austrian wife, Erna. Having left school at fourteen, he worked as a weaver, a coalbagger and a lorry driver. He first made a name for his writing with his contributions to Lilliput. During the late 1950s he wrote a series of documentary dramas for the BBC. Films and plays followed, including "Spring and Port Wine, The Family Way", and the movie of his most famous book, "Alfie".

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