2 edition of British circus life found in the catalog.
British circus life
Eleanor Lady Smith
Written in English
|Statement||Lady Eleanor Smith ; with additional material supplied by John Hinde; edited by W.J. Turner ; illustrations...by John Hinde.|
|Series||British ways of life|
|Contributions||Hinde, John., Turner, Walter James Redfern.|
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A look at British circus life and at the lives of the people and animals in the circus. Ex-library book with usual markings, sun faded cover, slight soil and wear.
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"British Circus Life", () - photos by John Hinde By Circus & Fairground Art Updated about 5 years ago Taken at Britain These are just a few of the wonderful pictures in this book by Lady Eleanor Smith, photos by John Hinde.
Etymology. First attested in English 14th century, the word circus derives from Latin circus, which is the romanization of the Greek κίρκος (kirkos), itself a metathesis of the Homeric Greek κρίκος (krikos), meaning "circle" or "ring". In the book De Spectaculis early Christian writer Tertullian claimed that the first circus games were staged by the goddess Circe in honour of her Ancestor arts: Drama.
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Hinde's circus photography was intended to be published in the book British Circus Life (), written by renowned circus and Romany historian Lady Eleanor Smith ( – 45). It was decided that Hinde would initially spend three weeks staying with a circus to take his photographs. British Circus Life: Book: Life on the British circus after World War II: £ SOLD: Broken Hearted Clown: Book: Autobiography of a circus life.
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British Circus Life by Lady Eleanor Smith: £ Sold (but This book is about one apparently typical travelling circus in England immediately after WWII, and includes several circus families. This circus also spends much of the winter in Belfast performing the Pantomime.
Josser: The Secret Life of a Circus Girl Paperback – 6 April It also shows what the politically correct British are doing to their way of life - killing it. Stroud laments an England gone by and I think the best quote of the book has to be.
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See more ideas about Vintage circus, Circus, Vintage circus photos pins. Whereas the (male) manager supervised the business end of circus life, the circus mother managed the performers' personal affairs, acting as everything from banker, to nurse, to chaperone and wardrobe outfitter for them.
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