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Hannah Hurnard: Authorized Biography

John Wood

Hannah Hurnard: Authorized Biography

John Wood

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Despite her aristocratic upbringing, Hannah was an unhappy child, haunted by terror, and afflicted with a dreadful stammer and fear of crowds. Discover the story of her amazing personal transformation which led to her writing the classic, HINDS FEET ON HIGH PLACES. 186 pages, from Monarch.

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About "Hannah Hurnard: Authorized Biography"

Despite her aristocratic upbringing, Hannah was an unhappy child, haunted by terror, and afflicted with a dreadful stammer and fear of crowds. Discover the story of her amazing personal transformation which led to her writing the classic, HINDS FEET ON HIGH PLACES. 186 pages, from Monarch.
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Hannah Hurnard was an unhappy child, haunted by terror, afflicted with a dreadful stammer and a fear of crowds. School was a torment. Despite a luxurious and aristocratic upbringing, Hannah lived in a cold, dark winterland of fear. The experiences of those years are reflected in Hinds' Feet on High Places.;The transformation came in July 1924, when Hannah, aged 19, attended the Keswick Convention. The experience led to Bible college, service as a missionary in Israel and success as an author.
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Meet the Author

John Wood

John Wood is the author of several prize-winning books of poetry and photographic criticism, including the recently released Selected Poems: 1968-1998. His essays on a wide variety of subjects have appeared in many books and journals. Wood is the editor of 21st: The Journal of Contemporary Photography.

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  • Catalogue Code 120657
  • Product Code 1854243942
  • EAN 9781854243942
  • Pages 192
  • Department General Books
  • Category Biography
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Monarch
  • Publication Date Nov 1997
  • Dimensions 178 x 111 mm

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