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- DescriptionMen of Iron is the fascinating 15th century tale of Myles Falworth's coming of age from a rough-and-tumble youth through reckless, high-spirited adolescence to mature manhood. This classic vel celebrates boyhood, with its childish pranks and scrapes with authority, its fierce loyalties and bitter rivalries, its hero worship, its secret societies and hide-outs. In this action-filled, fast-paced narrative, Myles achieves maturity only after he learns how to channel his abundant youthful energies towards socially constructive ends and to employ his bravery, physical strength, and mental agility in a worthy cause. Myles's story can be applied to every young person: his success in negotiating the formidable obstacles and trials that he must confront assures young readers that if they face their trials with the necessary courage and determination, they, also, will be able to carve for themselves a desirable status in the adult world, where they can live productive and fulfilling lives. A must read for all young boys, and a refreshing tale for those of all generations.
- Author BiographyHoward Pyle was born March 5, 1853 in Wilmington, Deleware. He was a renowned artist, writer and teacher. Pyle founded the Brandywine School of Painting and was extremely influential in the world of American illustration. Pyle was a Quaker and attended the Friends School in Wilmington. At the age of sixteen he began studying under the Belgian artist Van der Weilen. This systematic training provided a solid foundation for his particular drawing technique. His earlier work was published in Scribner's Monthly. In 1876 Pyle moved to New York, where he was associated to some extent with the Art Students' league of New York City during 1876-77. His early illustrations, short stories and poems appeared in the leading New York periodicals in 1876-79. He was a well known artist and writer for Harpers Weekly. In 1910, Howard Pyle relocated his family to Florence, Italy where he hoped to study and pursue the painting of murals - drawing on the expertise of the Old World. It was his second trip abroad. In November of 1911, he suddenly became ill and died of a kidney infection at the age of 58. His ashes were interred there.
- Author(s)Howard Pyle
- PublisherSt. Clair Publications
- Date of Publication02/12/2011
- FormatPaperback / softback
- SubjectHistory: World & General
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintSt. Clair Publications
- Content Noteblack & white illustrations
- Weight431 g
- Width127 mm
- Height203 mm
- Spine23 mm
- Introduction byKent Hesselbein
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US),Unsewn / adhesive bound
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