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  • ISBN 0851195504
  • ISBN13 978-0851195506
  • Language English
  • Author Ursula Bloom
  • Publisher Chivers Press; Large type edition edition (June 14, 1983)
  • Pages 360
  • Formats docx lrf mobi mbr
  • Category Love Story
  • Size ePub 1723 kb
  • Size Fb2 1456 kb
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Ursula was born in Essex, but as a child lived in Whitchurch, Warwickshire, where her father, James Harvey Bloom, was the Rector of the village.

Ursula was born in Essex, but as a child lived in Whitchurch, Warwickshire, where her father, James Harvey Bloom, was the Rector of the village. She went on to write books about his work into their family history. Ursula published over 500 books in her lifetime, an achievement that once won her recognition in the Guinness Book of Records. She wrote many of her novels under pseudonyms - Sheila Burns, Mary Essex, Rachel Harvey, Deborah Mann, Lozania Prole and Sara Sloane.

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Ursula Bloom (11 December 1892 – 29 October 1984) was a British novelist. Ursula Harvey Bloom was born on 11 December 1892 in Springfield, Chelmsford, Essex, the daughter of the Reverend James Harvey Bloom, whom she wrote about in a biography entitled Parson Extraordinary. She also wrote about her great-grandmother, Frances Graver (born 1809), who was of gypsy (Diddicoy) birth. Graver became known as the "Rose of Norfolk", a sobriquet used by Bloom as the title of her biography.

ISBN 9780893404895 (978-0-89340-489-5) Softcover, John Curley & Assoc, 1983. Find signed collectible books: 'Three Sons'. Founded in 1997, BookFinder.

Ursula Bloom writes in a delightful way, with a deep understanding of human nature and a quick eye for the humorous things in life. Cambridge Daily News. ith every book she adds something to her reputation. Publisher: Wyndham Books (Family Saga) (11 October 2017).

1983) A novel by Ursula Bloom. Genre: General Fiction. Used availability for Ursula Bloom's Three Sons. June 1983 : UK Hardback. June 1983 : USA Paperback.

Ursula Bloom lived for a number of years in Stratford-upon-Avon, which was the subject of her book, Rosemary for Stratford-upon-Avon She wrote her first book at the age of seven. Charles Dickens was always a dominant influence

Ursula Bloom lived for a number of years in Stratford-upon-Avon, which was the subject of her book, Rosemary for Stratford-upon-Avon She wrote her first book at the age of seven. Charles Dickens was always a dominant influence. She had read every book of his before she was ten years of age, and then re-read them in her teens. Many of her novels were written under pseudonyms, including Sheila Burns, Mary Essex, Rachel Harvey, Deborah Mann, Lozania Prole and Sara Sloane

Born in Essex, Ursula Bloom was the daughter of the Reverend Harvey Bloom, of whom she wrote a biography entitled Parson . Graver became known as The Rose of Norfolk, (the title of the book by Ursula Bloom).

Born in Essex, Ursula Bloom was the daughter of the Reverend Harvey Bloom, of whom she wrote a biography entitled Parson Extraordinary, and she also wrote about her great-grandmother, Frances Graver (born 1809) who was of gypsy (Diddicoy) breeding. Graver became the wife of the royal chaplain. She had eight children. Ursula Bloom lived for a number of years in Stratford-upon-Avon, which was the subject of her book, Rosemary for Stratford-upon-Avon. She wrote her first book at the age of seven.

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