Brother Dusty Feet
Along with his faithful dog Argos, eleven-year-old Hugh Copplestone decides to leave his Aunt and Uncle's house after one beating too many, and heads for Oxford to seek his fortune.
When he meets a group of strolling players along the way, Hugh joins them, becoming part of their acting troupe. A new life meeting jugglers, puppet players, quack doctors and ballard singers starts for Hugh as the Players travel the country, and, as one of the Dusty-Feet, Hugh also experiences the freedom and fellowship of life on the road.
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BROTHER DUSTY FEETUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
An increasingly popular writer of young fiction set in different periods of historical England (see The Armorer's House, Oxford, 1952), Rosemary Sutcliff knows her background as she writes the ... Read full review
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