Six Days in Sicily

Six Days in Sicily

The Holiday with John

Philip W. Lupton , Stephan Hanzal (Hrsg.), Roland Scherf (Hrsg.)

Romane & Erzählungen

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ISBN-13: 9783748176916

Verlag: Books on Demand

Erscheinungsdatum: 21.01.2019

Sprache: Englisch

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The author and his wife reluctantly accept their young Viennese friend`s inviation to join him on a week`s holiday in Sicily. There, they decline his offer to chauffeur them round the island, preferring to spend the time quietly, in a way more befitting their age. During their sojourn in Sicily the author reminisces, recalling many events of his, his friend`s and other people`s lives, some of them amusing, others sad and even strange, if not inexplicable.
Philip W. Lupton

Philip W. Lupton

Prof. Dr. Philip W. Lupton Born in Barnsley/ Yorkshire on May 14, 1928, the author served as a conscript in the British Army from 1946 to 1949. After military service he studied languages at Cambridge University, graduating there in 1952. In that same year he was awarded a scholarship by the Austrian Government to study baroque literature at Vienna University. His intention was to return to England and teach German at university level. Instead, after taking his doctorate in 1954, he stayed on in Vienna as English teacher, translator and school radio playwright. In 1999 he was awarded the title of Professor in recognition of his services to the Republic of Austria.

Stephan Hanzal

Stephan Hanzal (Hrsg.)

To us, Phil has been a mentor. He saw a passion in us and took it upon himself to help guide that passion in the right direction. There was no reason he had to do that, but he did. Over decades Phil gave us advice, congratulated us on achievements and gave us constructive criticism on things we could have done better. Never once getting angry with us, always focused on working with us to make us to a better person; much like a father would do.

Roland Scherf

Roland Scherf (Hrsg.)

To us, Phil has been a mentor. He saw a passion in us and took it upon himself to help guide that passion in the right direction. There was no reason he had to do that, but he did. Over decades Phil gave us advice, congratulated us on achievements and gave us constructive criticism on things we could have done better. Never once getting angry with us, always focused on working with us to make us to a better person; much like a father would do.

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