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The Chronicles of Uncle Mose #2020

The Chronicles of Uncle Mose Pigeon Inlet is the setting for Ted Russell s stories written for radio between and Here you will meet not only Uncle Mose but other characters whose names have become synonymous with trad

  • Title: The Chronicles of Uncle Mose
  • Author: Ted Russell Elizabeth Russell Miller
  • ISBN: 9781894463881
  • Page: 250
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Chronicles of Uncle Mose By Ted Russell Elizabeth Russell Miller, Pigeon Inlet is the setting for Ted Russell s stories, written for radio between 1953 and 1961 Here you will meet not only Uncle Mose, but other characters whose names have become synonymous with traditional outport life Grampa and Grandma Walcott, Skipper Joe, Aunt Sophy, Jethro Noddy, and of course King David Told with a combination of humour and respect and in a mannPigeon Inlet is the setting for Ted Russell s stories, written for radio between 1953 and 1961 Here you will meet not only Uncle Mose, but other characters whose names have become synonymous with traditional outport life Grampa and Grandma Walcott, Skipper Joe, Aunt Sophy, Jethro Noddy, and of course King David Told with a combination of humour and respect and in a manner that captures the essence of folk narrative, these stories stand as a monument to the dignity of the outport Newfoundlander Edited by Ted s daughter, Elizabeth Miller, this book is a fine companion for Miller s biography, Uncle Mose The Life of Ted Russell.

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    1 thought on “The Chronicles of Uncle Mose

    1. A hilarious book for any Newfoundlander Paints a great picture of how outport life in rural Newfoundland was, with short stories of the fictional outport Pigeon inlet that every Newfoundlander would find funny.

    2. Taken one by one, each story is a gem The Northeast Avalon Times The world of Pigeon Inlet comes to full and wonderful life in this very impressive collection of 75 stories from Ted Russell s repertoire Canadian Folk Music The stories themselves are not only intrinsically delightful and as much fun to read as they were to hear, they also provide a fascinating look at Newfoundland outport life Canadian Book Review Annual Russell s writing is often quite evocative in its descriptive powers and in [...]

    3. I have to say, I really enjoyed this book I had a good many laughs Pigeon Inlet is a quaint rural community and a taste of home for me It would be great to find stories from Pigeon Inlet in book form as reading them is a joy A must read

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