A Little House in War Time

By: Agnes Castle and Egerton Castle
Published By: Double9 Books
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"A Little House in War Time" by Agnes Castle is a poignant historical fiction novel set in World War I England. It intricately portrays the challenges faced by families on the homefront, capturing the essence of daily life amidst the chaos of war. Through vivid descriptions of domesticity, the novel showcases the resilience of ordinary people as they strive for survival in a time of immense sacrifice. Amidst the backdrop of war, themes of love and community emerge, highlighting the bonds that strengthen amidst adversity. The characters exemplify courage as they adapt to the rapidly changing social landscape, navigating through a world marked by uncertainty and upheaval. Through the lens of this small household, the novel illustrates broader social changes brought about by the war, portraying how individuals and communities alike are transformed by the challenges they face. It serves as a testament to the human spirit, showcasing the enduring strength and determination found even in the darkest of times. "A Little House in War Time" offers a compelling glimpse into a pivotal period in history, reminding readers of the profound impact of war on everyday life and the enduring power of hope in times of turmoil.

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Agnes Castle and Egerton Castle

"Agnes Castle (1869-1922) was a British novelist and playwright who collaborated extensively with her husband, Egerton Castle, on a variety of literary works. Egerton Castle (1858-1920) was a British author, antiquarian, and fencer, best known for his collaborations with his wife, Agnes Castle, on numerous novels and plays. Born into a family with a strong literary and artistic background, Castle's multifaceted career spanned writing, fencing, and historical research. Castle is best known for his collaborative work with his wife, Agnes Castle. Together, they wrote a series of popular historical novels and romantic fiction that were well-received in their time. Their joint works are noted for their vivid historical settings, engaging plots, and strong character development. Some of their most notable novels. Together they were known for their romantic novels, historical fiction, and plays, often set against the backdrop of medieval and Renaissance Europe. The Castles' collaborative efforts produced several successful novels and plays that were well-received during their time. Agnes Castle's career was tragically cut short by her untimely death in 1922. Their novels often featured strong female protagonists and explored themes of adventure, romance, and historical intrigue. While her individual contributions to their collaborative works are less detailed compared to her husband's, their joint efforts left a lasting impact on early 20th-century literature. include:"" The Pride of Jennico"" (1898),""The Bath Comedy"" (1900),""Young April"" (1911). These novels often featured adventure, romance, and historical intrigue, appealing to a broad readership and showcasing the Castles' talent for storytelling. Egerton Castle passed away in 1920, leaving behind a rich legacy as a writer, historian, and fencer. His life and work continue to be remembered for their contribution to early 20th-century literature and the preservation of historical fencing techniques."

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Product Details

  • Publisher: Double 9 Books
  • Publishing Year: 2024
  • Language: English
  • Paperback: 138pages
  • ISBN-10: 9363052168
  • ISBN-13: 9789363052161
  • Item Weight: 179.4g
  • Dimension : 216 x 140 x 8mm
  • Reading age: 10+
  • Country of Origin : India
  • Importer: Double 9 Books
  • Packer: Double 9 Books
  • Book Type : Fiction / Historical