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The mud lark

Arthur John Arbuthnot Stringer

The mud lark

by Arthur John Arbuthnot Stringer

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Published by A. L. Burt in Chicago .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementArthur Stringer
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ3.S918 Mu
The Physical Object
Pagination331 p. ;
Number of Pages331
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26558500M

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The Mudlark is a American British movie directed by Jean Negulesco and was based on the novel of the same name by Theodore stars Alec Guinness, Irene Dunne, Andrew Ray, Beatrice Campbell, Finlay Currie, Anthony Steel and was distributed by 20th Century was nominated an Academy Award in Other websites. The Mudlark on IMDb.   What a few weeks it’s been for “London Mudlark” Lara Maiklem! Her new book Mudlarking was chosen as Radio 4’s Book of The Week, was featured on Stanley Tucci’s Instagram and has gone straight into the Sunday Times Best Sellers Top She has been a guest on Channel 4’s Sunday Brunch and BBC Breakfast and just about every radio station that could book her!

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“ Mudlark is [Maiklem’s] engrossing front-line report from 'a world of escapees and obsessives' who think nothing of scaling the perilous riverside ladders at odd hours, dressed in waterproofs and latex gloves, on the lookout for whatever traces of the past the river might spit up/5(49).

Mudlark book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Long heralded as a city treasure herself, expert “mudlarker” Lara Maiklem /5. Writer Lara Maiklem is one of these modern-day mudlarks — and in fact, her new book is called Mudlark: In Search of London's Past Along the River Thames.

Maiklem been mudlarking. An appealing story of life in Victorian England where an abandoned orphan boy of 7 who is a Mudlark foraging bits and pieces in the low tide mud along the Thames. Finding a piece with Queen Victoria on it, he gets an idea to walk 20 miles to Windsor Castle to The mud lark book Queen Victoria who is isolated in mourning (some years after her husband's death)/5.

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Lara Maiklem – mudlark and time traveller. Photograph: Christian Sinibaldi/The Guardian Mudlarks are river scavengers, but Lara Maiklem is more like a time traveller. A mudlark is defined as a person who scavenges in the muddy riverbeds at low tide.

From fairly modern items discarded or lost by Londoners or tourists to pieces that hark back to the days of old, this is a compelling and highly interesting read. I haven't ever seen a book such as this before and that makes this all the more of a unique s: About Mudlarking.

THE TOP 2 SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER A BBC RADIO 4 BOOK OF THE WEEK AN OBSERVER BOOK OF THE YEAR Mudlark (/'mAdla;k/) noun A person who scavenges for usable debris in the mud of a river or harbour Lara Maiklem has scoured the banks of the Thames for over fifteen years, in pursuit of the objects that the river unearths: from Neolithic flints to Roman hair pins.

HarperNonFiction is to launch a new imprint incalled Mudlark. Launching in February and led by Publishing Director Jack Fogg, Mudlark will publish high-quality non-fiction aimed at a general readership.

As the launch list suggests, the imprint’s subjects and genres will be an eclectic mixture of memoir, polemic and narrative non-fiction. In London, young Wheeler (who lives by scavenging) finds a cameo of Queen Victoria, which he thinks so beautiful, he risks his life to save it.

Possessed of a desire to see the Queen, he slips past the Beefeaters and wanders about Windsor Castle, just when a 7/10(). Book Description THE TOP 2 SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER From the London Mudlark comes one of the season's most-anticipated non-fiction titles: a captivating and revelatory history of London and its people, told through objects found along the banks of the River Thames.

--This text refers to the hardcover s:   Posts about mudlark book written by John Cheyne. What a few weeks it’s been for “London Mudlark” Lara Maiklem. Her new book Mudlarking was chosen as Radio 4’s Book of The Week, was featured on Stanley Tucci’s Instagram and has gone straight into the Sunday Times Best Sellers Top She has been a guest on Channel 4’s Sunday Brunch and BBC Breakfast and just.

A minor pseudo-historical incident which scarcely suits the proportions of the novel form it is given here, this tells of a mudlark's escapade when Wheeler, a waif, slipped past the guards into Windsor Castle where Queen Victoria was in mourning retirement, and sat.

A BBC Radio 4 Book of the Week. Mudlark (/`mAdla;k/) noun A person who scavenges for usable debris in the mud of a river or harbour. Lara Maiklem has scoured the banks of the Thames for over fifteen years, in pursuit of the objects that the river unearths: from Neolithic flints to Roman hair pins, medieval buckles to Tudor buttons, Georgian clay pipes to Victorian toys.

A mudlark is the name given to a person who scavenges in the foreshore of a river for objects that could be sold. This term applies specifically to those operating along the Thames River in London during the 18th and 19th centuries.

Although mudlarking continues today along the Thames, it isn’t quite the same sort of activity that it was a century or two ago. A story of the hopes and dreams for a better life for Maise, an orphan left in the workhouse, then taken from the workhouse by a ruthless couple to be a mudlark, salvaging valuables from the river Thames.

Poignant and moving, the strength and tenacity of Maise will stay with me long after I finish the s:   Mudlark author Lara Maiklem scours the edge of London's River Thames looking for historical artifacts.

Among her finds: Roman pottery, medieval jug handles and a. Every now and then they would turn up a treasure, and titles published by Mudlark are books to treasure. The mudlark is also a small bird of the magpie family, which gives the imprint its distinctive logo. Stay connected with Mudlark.

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The author’s discoveries range from Roman coins to the ubiquitous clay pipes and pieces of tile and pottery to unexploded ordnance from World War II.