4 edition of Hungry hill found in the catalog.
Daphne Du Maurier
Gift; Mason, David; 2007.
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Hungry Hill is the title of a novel by Daphne du Maurier based on the story of the family of her friend, Christopher Puxley, whose family acquired Dunboy Castle and its lands after the defeat of Donal Cam O'Sullivan Beare. The copper mines located on the hill in the novel are in reality further west near Allihies. Hungry Hill' is a passionate story told with du Maurier's unique gift for drama. It follows five generations of an Irish family and the copper mine on Hungry Hill to which their fortunes and fates are so closely bound.
Hungry Hill also lacks political sophistication at times: The English family makes fatal political gaffes, like drinking with militiamen of the Black and Tans at the height of the liberation war, that people who had been raised in that conflict would have been careful to avoid. The word Ireland is not mentioned once in the book, though it's /5(34). Erin and her boyfriend take a lovers stroll in suffolk countryside. They stumble across a derelict farm on Hungry hill. But Flynn hasn't told his girl that he is planning an illegal rave. Cherry tree farm has a secret and DC Grace Buchanan has been drafted in to prevent more bloodshed. Gory tale set in Suffolk.
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I tell you your mine will be in ruins and your home destroyed and your children forgotten but this hill will be standing still to confound you.
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Whilst there are now 33 printed editions, it was an instant best-seller in and is based on the Irish ancestors of du Maurier's close acquaintance, Christopher Puxley.
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"Hungry Hill is engaging and memorable One of the most endearing aspects of the book is its lack of guile and its feeling of authenticity—it glows with honesty."—Madeleine Blais, author of Uphill Walkers: Portrait of a FamilyBrand: University of Massachusetts Press.
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Hungry Hill is a novel by prolific British author Daphne du Maurier, published in It was her seventh novel; 33 editions have since been printed, the last in Init was published in the UK by Gollancz and by Doubleday in the US.
Using the Doubleday plates, Toronto's Ryerson Press published it Read more. A novel written in by the British author, telling the story of the multi-generational feud between the proud, semi-aristcratic Brodericks and their sly and vicious neighbors, the Donovans.4/5(5)."Hungry Hill" Book by Daphne Du Maurier Browning.
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Mouse over to Seller Rating: % positive.The Brodricks of Clonmere gain great wealth by harnessing the power of Hungry Hill and extracting the treasure it holds.
The Donovans, the original owners of Clonmere Castle, resent the Brodricks\' success, and consider the great house and its surrounding land theirs by rights.