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For the School Colours - A Tale of Sportsmanship and Loyalty in an English Boarding School - cover

For the School Colours - A Tale of Sportsmanship and Loyalty in an English Boarding School

Angela Brazil

Publisher: Good Press

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Angela Brazil's 'For the School Colours' is a classic novel set in the English boarding school genre, filled with themes of friendship, loyalty, and sportsmanship. The book follows a group of students as they navigate the challenges of competitive sports events, academic pursuits, and personal relationships. Brazil's writing style is distinguished by its vivid descriptions, realistic dialogues, and engaging plot twists, making it a delightful read for fans of British school stories. Published in 1911, 'For the School Colours' is a significant contribution to children's literature, reflecting the educational and social norms of the early 20th century. Angela Brazil, known as a pioneer in children's literature, drew inspiration from her own experiences as a teacher. Her deep understanding of the intricacies of school life is evident in the authentic portrayal of student dynamics and the emotional growth of the characters in 'For the School Colours'. Brazil's works have continued to captivate readers for decades, earning her a lasting legacy in the world of juvenile fiction. I highly recommend 'For the School Colours' to readers who enjoy heartwarming tales of friendship and adventure in the school setting. Brazil's insightful storytelling combined with the universal themes of loyalty and perseverance make this novel a timeless treasure for readers of all ages.
Available since: 10/05/2023.
Print length: 166 pages.

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