3 edition of The fourth of June found in the catalog.
The fourth of June
A Bantam sixty, H2656.
|Statement||by David Benedictus.|
|LC Classifications||PR6052.E45 F68 1964|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||213 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||213|
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In The Fourth of June, Benedictus shows what it was like to have attended Eton College, one of England's most prestigious schools. Among its hallowed buildings, a boy is savagely beaten into paralysis by his House Captain, a bishop spends his evening spying on a chaplain's half-dressed daughter, and a housemaster is seduced by a desperate mother.3/5(5).
It was the first such book in 81 years. He was educated at Eton College, Oxford and the University of Iowa. His second novel, You're a Big Boy Now, was made into a feature film directed by Francis Ford Coppola/5.
The Fourth of June is the first novel by David Benedictus. The novel was considered controversial when published in as it describes scenes of violent bullying at Eton College, unrestrained class warfare and suggestions of schoolboy : David Benedictus.
It may be my favorite book of all partly because it was on the twenty-fourth of June,that my mother, Helen, was born. The book I read during my girlhood is the frayed and worn book given to her when she was a child and which she gave me to read while I was growing into a teenager/5(7).
THE TWENTY-FOURTH OF JUNE a spunky heroine who speaks her mind and is all "I-am-woman-hear-me-roar", and in the end finds true love. There are some fun and clever interchanges throughout the book.
Pages In Print!Brand: TLC BOOKS. The Fourth of June () David Benedictus With an introduction by the author Book Description David Benedictus was only twenty-three when this shock-filled, highly controversial first novel was published in In The Fourth of June, Benedictus shows what it was like to have attended Eton College, one of England’s most prestigious schools.
Among its hallowed buildings, a boy is savagely. This is the first novel by David Benedictus and, while it gives no clue as to his future career (see examples below, and his novelization of Local Hero), it does read as a typical first novel of the claim that it’s ‘controversial’ is presumably in reference to the scenes of violent bullying, the unrestrained class warfare and the suggestions of slightly twisted sexuality.
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A brilliant debut from a young novelist who went on to produce many other notable, but largely under-appreciated, books, The Fourth of June exploded the myth of power associated with public schools and with Eton in particular, a world where institutionalised bullying and privilege is assumed to create character, loyalty and integrity/5(9).
The novel Fourth of June was considered controversial when published in as it describes scenes of violent bullying at Eton College, unrestrained class warfare and suggestions of schoolboy sexuality.
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