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The credit draper

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In 1911, eleven year old Avram Escovitz is shipped off to Scotland by his mother to escape conscription into the Russian army. Growing up in the heart of the Kahn family in the tightly knit community in the Gorbals, Avram discovers that he has a natural talent for playing football. He dreams of playing for Celtic, but the war intervenes. He is sent to work with his adopted uncle, the orthodox Jew Mendel Cohen, as a credit draper, peddling goods on credit to the crofters of the Western Higlands. There, a chance enconter with a Royal Corps pilot leads to fresh possiblities.

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Author(s):
J. David Simons
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
216x139
EAN-13:
9781906120252
Edition:
C format original
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-13:
9781906120252
Number of items:
1
Number of pages:
309
Publisher:
Two Ravens

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In 1911, eleven year old Avram Escovitz is shipped off to Scotland by his mother to escape conscription into the Russian army. Growing up in the heart of the Kahn family in the tightly knit community in the Gorbals, Avram discovers that he has a natural talent for playing football. He dreams of playing for Celtic, but the war intervenes. He is sent to work with his adopted uncle, the orthodox Jew Mendel Cohen, as a credit draper, peddling goods on credit to the crofters of the Western Higlands. There, a chance enconter with a Royal Corps pilot leads to fresh possiblities.

Author(s):
J. David Simons
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
216x139
EAN-13:
9781906120252
Edition:
C format original
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-13:
9781906120252
Number of items:
1
Number of pages:
309
Publisher:
Two Ravens

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