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G the Pyrenees as he recounted inA Moment of War In 1950 he married Catherine Polge and they had one daughter Laurie Lee published four collections of poems The Sun My Monument 1944 The Bloom of Candles 1947 My Many Coated Man 1955 and Pocket Poems 1960 His other works include The Voyage of Magellan 1948 A Rose for Winter 1955 The Firstborn 1964 I Can't Stay Long 1975 and Two Women 1983 He also wrote three bestselling volumes of autobiography Cider with Rosie 1959 which has sold over six million copies worldwide As I Walked Out One Midsummer Morning 1969 and A Moment of War 1991 He died in May 199

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A Moment of War Penguin Modern ClassicsA Moment of War is the powerful and harrowing final book in Laurie Lee's acclaimed trilogy that began with Cider with RosieLaurie Lee was still a young man when he decided to fight for the Republican cause in Spain's civil war But though he braved icy storm swept mountains alone to contact Republican sympathisers he was immediately suspected of being a Nationalist spy Imprisoned and almost executed by his own side he eventually joined the International Brigade This is the story of his experiences as a Republican soldier fighting for the losing side in a doomed war'A great heart stopping narrative

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MOBI Ä DOC A Moment of War Penguin Modern Classics ↠ LAURIE LEE ↠ ❰Download❯ ➾ A Moment of War Penguin Modern Classics Author Laurie Lee – Dcmdirect.co.uk A Moment of War is the powerful and harrowing final book in Laurie Lee's acclaimed trilogy that began with Cider withOf one young Englishman's part in the war in Spaincrafted by a poet stamping an indelible image of the boredom random cruelty and stupidity of war' Literary Review 'This story aches with unforgotten cold and trembles with unforgotten terror' Guardian Laurie Lee has written some of the best loved travel books in the English language Born in Stroud Gloucestershire in 1914 he was educated at Slad village school and Stroud Central School At the age of nineteen he walked to London and then travelled on foot through Spain where he was trapped by the outbreak of the Civil War He later returned by crossin