A Romance of Wastdale  by A. E. W. Mason audiobook

A Romance of Wastdale

By A. E. W. Mason
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A Romance of Wastdale, published in 1895, is a novel by the British writer A.E.W Mason. In 1921 it was turned into a film of the same name directed by Maurice Elvey and made by Stoll Pictures, Britain’s biggest studio of the silent era. The novel is set in the scenic area of Wastdale, Cumbria, situated in the Lake District National Park and surrounded by some of England’s highest mountains. For centuries, Wastdale Head has been a starting point for walks and climbing trips into the mountains, and it is in this context that this story of mountains and mountaineers and romance and treachery unfolds.

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A Romance of Wastdale, published in 1895, is a novel by the British writer A.E.W Mason. In 1921 it was turned into a film of the same name directed by Maurice Elvey and made by Stoll Pictures, Britain’s biggest studio of the silent era. The novel is set in the scenic area of Wastdale, Cumbria, situated in the Lake District National Park and surrounded by some of England’s highest mountains. For centuries, Wastdale Head has been a starting point for walks and climbing trips into the mountains, and it is in this context that this story of mountains and mountaineers and romance and treachery unfolds.

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Author Bio: A. E. W. Mason

Author Bio: A. E. W. Mason

A. E. W. Mason (1865–1948) was born in Dulwich, England. A graduate of Oxford, he was first a professional actor before becoming a playwright. When he turned to writing fiction, he proved to be a versatile and prolific author, excelling at historical fiction, adventure fiction, social melodrama, and crime fiction. A man of adventure himself, Mason served in the newly established British Secret Service during World War I. In 1943, he was made an Honorary Fellow at Trinity College, Oxford. He is perhaps best remembered today for his tales of adventure and detection, often set in exotic locales.

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Available Formats : Digital Download, Digital Rental, CD, MP3 CD
Category: Fiction/Classics
Runtime: 3.28
Audience: Adult
Language: English