A village tale, moral, sentimental, and humourous

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Printed (by Delahoy, Deptford,) for T. Wilson, Bromley, Kent; Lackington, Allen, and Co. [London]; and Donaldson and Wilkes, (Marine Library) Brighthelmstone , [Deptford]
SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 220, no. 3.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination117,[1]p.,plate
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Open LibraryOL16890376M

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An Old Man Lived in the Village. A Moral Tale, and Other Moral Tales presents a twist on the classic morality play, where rewards and punishments betray the classic fairytale logic and the greatest redemption is "to thine own self be true." A deluded mathematician spends the night with a recent divorcee who realizes his story doesn't add up.

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Before reading, I was skeptical about this book as I didn’t understand how anyone could make a book involving cancer funny but somehow, Jesse Andrews has done it." – The GuardianAuthor: Minou Clark. So far, so fairy tale, but the story drifts back into the quotidian details of village life.

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The Moral: Evil always wins The Shadow is a bleak Hans Christian Andersen tale about a goodhearted writer who loses his later it turns up on his doorstep, having seen the world and decided being goodhearted is for sissies.

In the months that follow the two live together—the writer being good and becoming poorer and unhealthier; and the shadow being a dick and becoming richer. Once there was a river in a small village. The people of the village built a narrow bridge over the river to cross it. The bridge was so narrow that only one person could cross it at a time.

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