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Father : a portrait of G.G. Coulton at home / Sarah Campion ; with an introduction by Kingsley Martin

By: Campion, Sarah, 1906-.
Contributor(s): Martin, Kingsley, 1897-1969.
Publisher: London : Michael Joseph, [1948]Description: 248 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.Subject(s): Coulton, G. G. (George Gordon), 1858-1947 | Fathers and daughters. -- Biography. -- EnglandDDC classification: 920 Summary: "Father was a great man, and sometimes, as the Scotswoman said, 'gey ill to live wi'.' Historian, propagandist, and cussed [G.G.] Coulton, he bred in his family a prickliness which made faily life even more difficult than is usual. But we have none of us doubted that it was also more rich and varied than is usual; and I at least can seldom remember any part of it without an inward chuckle." -- Author's foreward, p. 15.
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Includes index.

"Father was a great man, and sometimes, as the Scotswoman said, 'gey ill to live wi'.' Historian, propagandist, and cussed [G.G.] Coulton, he bred in his family a prickliness which made faily life even more difficult than is usual. But we have none of us doubted that it was also more rich and varied than is usual; and I at least can seldom remember any part of it without an inward chuckle."
-- Author's foreward, p. 15.

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