Poetry Books by Bernard O'dowd

Bernard O'dowd Books, Bernard O'dowd poetry book Poetry Militant Authors: Bernard O'Dowd
Published Date: 1909
Categories: Australia
A history of railroads in the United States showing how the railroad car changed and developed with the rise in travel and growing demands for faster freight shipments.

Bernard O'dowd Books, Bernard O'dowd poetry book A Lust of the Mind Authors: Bernard Howell
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Published Date: 2012-11-01
Categories: Fiction
Mark McGuire has the boundless curiosity of a mind without horizons. He loves classical music, serious literature and history. His own detailed exploration of these and associated subjects gives him a much wider education and a more cultured outlook than far more academically successful people. Mark's rise, from the backstreets of Farnmoor to the higher echelons of the Civil Service contains many set-backs and wrong turnings before he eventually finds the way forward to a successful future. But success comes at a price. Mark has become an outsider. His restless quest for knowledge and an understanding of the world around him, has led Mark to deplore the dumbed-down popular culture of contemporary Britain. He refuses to have anything to do with it. His love-life is a series of unsatisfactory relationships with women who are unable to understand his individualistic philosophy. Is he destined to be alone forever?

Bernard O'dowd Books, Bernard O'dowd poetry book The Silent Land, and Other Verses Authors: Bernard O'Dowd
Publisher: Franklin Classics Trade Press
Published Date: 1905
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