2 edition of Golden lads found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Arthur Gleason and Helen Hayes Gleason ; with an introduction by Theodore Roosevelt. --|
|Contributions||Gleason, Helen Hayes.|
|LC Classifications||DB41 .G5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 262 p.|
|Number of Pages||262|
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Golden Lads by Daphne du Maurier is not fiction, but an attempt to explore, with the help of letters and primary sources, the life of the two Bacon brothers, Anthony and Francis. Both are complex and somewhat enigmatic persons of the early modern period, each in his own way/5.
"Golden Lads" is a well-researched, deliciously juicy, gossipy book about Elizabethan England and the very red-blooded people who lived in those times.
Written in the forties, still a lively, well-written book that intelligent modern readers would enjoy/5(3). Prior to the publication of Golden Lads, Anthony Bacon was viewed as a footnote in the history of his younger brother, Francis.
A fascinating historical figure in his own right, Anthony Bacon was a contemporary of the brilliant band of gallants who gathered around the court of Elizabeth I, was closely connected to the Earl of Essex, and worked in France as a Brand: Little, Brown and Company.
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golden book. book by scott mccall. book by john frederick helvetius. book by robert : Little, Brown and Company. Golden Lad was a very short-lived character who appeared in one story each of five issues of GOLDEN LAD as published by Spark Publications in and Certain reviewers stated that Golden Lads is the first book to be written about Anthony Bacon, but although the writer has put together a most readable biography, it should be said that Olive Wagner Driver produced The Bacon-Shakespearean Mystery in ; however, this was published in the U.S.A.