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triple echo

H. E. Bates

triple echo

by H. E. Bates

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Published by Penguin in Harmondsworth .
Written in


Edition Notes

Originally published, London: Joseph, 1970.

Statement(by) H.E. Bates ; drawings by Ron Clarke.
ContributionsClarke, Ron.
The Physical Object
Pagination90p. ;
Number of Pages90
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17152304M
ISBN 10014003563X

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The Triple Echo (also known as Soldier in Skirts in its U.S. release) is a British drama film directed by Michael Apted starring Glenda Jackson, Brian Deacon and Oliver Reed, and based on a novella by H.E.

Bates. triple echo book It was shot in Wiltshire. The Triple Echo is a novella written by English author H. during the early years of World War II the story describes the strange relationship that develops between a young army deserter and a married woman struggling to run a farm alone in the absence of her P.O.W.

husband. The Triple Echo is a short novella, and its economy is a real strength. Originally published intowards the end of Bates’ life, the Penguin version I sourced is 90 pages long, and has some rather nice line drawings by Ron Clarke – presumably because otherwise the page tally would be even shorter.

The book is set in or Reviews: 8. Directed by Michael Apted. With Glenda Jackson, Oliver Reed, Brian Deacon, Anthony May. Deserting soldier dresses as a woman to escape detection; liking the female role he goes to a dance with another soldier and is exposed/10(). Published inThe Triple Echo was Bates's last significant novella, but one which he described as taking twenty-five years to complete.

Set in the s, the wife of a war prisoner lives in desperate loneliness and fear on an isolated farmstead. She encounters a young farmboy completely out of his element as a soldier, and the two carve out a relationship in defiance of the war around them.

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Genre/Form: Fiction History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bates, H.E. (Herbert Ernest), Triple echo. London, Joseph, (OCoLC)   The Triple Echo is a short novella, and its economy is a real strength. Originally published intowards the end of Bates’ life, the Penguin version I sourced is 90 pages long, and has some rather nice line drawings by Ron Clarke – presumably because otherwise the page tally would be.

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The Triple Echo, Michael Apted's debut film as a director, is a strange little film, adapted from the H.E. Bates novella. I have read Bates' novel Fair Stood the Wind for France and this film seems in a similar vein.

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The Triple Echo is a short novella, and its economy is a real strength. Originally published intowards the end of Bates’ life, the Penguin version I sourced is 90 pages long, and has some rather nice line drawings by Ron Clarke – presumably because otherwise the page tally would be even shorter.

The book is set in or   The Triple Echo is a short novel (maybe so short it’s technically a novelette) by English career novelist H. Bates. It was was made into a film starring Oliver Reed and Glenda Jackson, both of whom are in Ken Russell’s wonderful adaptation of Women In Love.

Triple Echo is published every two months and posted to all full club members. TE is printed in full colour, A5 format and usually has 64 pages. The club is very proud of the high standard that has been maintained over the years in this stand-out club magazine. There are regular reports from the officers .THE TRIPLE ECHO by Bates, H.E.

and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Published inThe Triple Echo was Bates's last significant novella, but one which he described as taking twenty-five years to in the s, the wife of a war prisoner lives in desperate loneliness and fear on an isolated farmstead.

She encounters a young farmboy completely out of his element as a soldier, and the two carve out a relationship in defiance of the war around them.