3 edition of Ti-Coyo and his shark found in the catalog.
Ti-Coyo and his shark
|Statement||[Translated from the French by Gerard Hopkins.|
|LC Classifications||PZ3.R404 Ti|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||235|
|LC Control Number||51011057|
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Ti-Coyo, a shrewd and winning half-caste boy, rescues a wounded baby shark, which becomes his faithful servant as it grows into a monster fearful to everyone but him. In Ti-Coyo and His Shark, an immoral fable for sophisticated people, wickedness triumphs because it is charming/5(8).
Ti-Coyo and his shark Hardcover – January 1, by Clement Richer (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ $ Hardcover, 5/5(1). Ti-Coyo found a planter's daughter to love and it was Manidou who helped them all escape when Mont Pelee erupted and wiped out St.
Pierre, took them through the tidal wave that followed to a neighboring island, and it was Manidou who brought Ti-Coyo home again in a cyclone.
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Genre/Form: Fiction Juvenile works Caribbeana Juvenile fiction: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Richer, Clément. Ti-Coyo and his shark. New York, Knopf, Ti-Coyo and His Shark. Ti-Coyo and his shark book Product Details. Category: books SKU: KAR Title: Ti-Coyo and His Shark Author: Clement Richer Book binding: Hardcover Publisher: Rupert Hart-Davis Year of publication: Condition: GOOD.
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ISBN:Author: Clement Richer. Richer, C: Ti-Coyo and His Shark. Full text is unavailable for this digitized archive article. Subscribers may view the full text of this article in its original form through TimesMachine. Ti-Koyo e il suo pescecane [Ti-Coyo and His Shark] is a film by Italian film director and screenwriter Folco Quilici.
Based on a novel by the Martinican writer Clement Richer entitled Ti-Coyo et son requin (Ti-Coyo and his [White] Shark, ) but adapted for cinema by Italo Calvino (who wrote an actual short story on the subject, “Fratello pescecane” [Brother Shark]), Quilici’s Author: Damiano Benvegnu. Beast White Shark is a novel by author Peter Benchley, famous for Jaws, The Island, Beast and The Deep.
It is similar to Jaws, but it does not feature a shark, despite what the title suggests. To avoid confusion and to capitalize on the movie adaptation, the book was republished as Creature in Author: Peter Benchley.
sharks, as presented by Ti-Koyo e il suo pescecane [Ti-Coyo and His Shark], a film by Italian film director and screenwriter Folco Quilici based on a novel by the Martinican writer Clement Richer originally entitled Ti-Coyo et son requin (“Ti- Coyo and his [White] Shark.
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In Stock £ pages. Pictorial dust jacket over grey cloth. Richer, Clement TI-COYO AND HIS SHARK 1st Edition and 2nd before publication Hardcover New York Alfred a Knopf Very good+ in a very good+ dust Rating: % positive.
KIRKUS REVIEW The sequel to Ti Coyo And His Shark () adds merriment as Guineo follows his father's example and puts Manidou to work as playfellow and source of income.
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is beautifully translated by Mr. Ti-Covo AND His SHARK ( pp.)—Clemenf Richer—Knopf ($3). Ti-Coyo owes this world few debts: his mulatto father is a lame hunchback, his Hindu-Chinese mother "a female monster with a squint." The family, which lives in the Martinique port of St.
Pierre, is forever poor, and to buy the canoe he desperately wants, Ti-Coyo dives for coins. A sequel to Ti-Coyo and His Shark (published in ), it is so neatly laced with urbane craft and malice that many parents will think twice before sharing it with the kiddies. Guinéo, son of Ti-Coyo, is a Martinique moppet with the congenital amorality of a growing barracuda.
Ti-Coyo and his Shark: Richer, Clement Hopkins, Gerard (translator) The Sky is a Lonely Place: Falstein, Louis A Place to Hide: King, Clifford A Guide through the District of the Lakes in the North of England: Wordsworth, William Merchant, W.
(introduction) The Lightning that Struck Me: Milton, Roderick The Build-Up Boys. the French) by George Blond; and Ti-Coyo and His Shark (translated from the French) by Clement Richer. Smith discusses each of these in some detail.
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