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Still - William

by Richmal Crompton

It is a mischievous adventures of a young boy named William Brown. Written in the early 20th century, this book is a staple in English literature and has been delighting readers for generations. Set in the fictional town of East Endersley, the book captures the essence of childhood mischief and imagination. William Brown is a young boy with an insatiable thirst for adventure and a love for causing trouble. He leads a gang of friends on wild escapades that range from silly pranks to more serious misdeeds. Throughout the book, William's antics are both entertaining and endearing, and readers can't help but root for him. The humor in "Still - William" is timeless, and the story appeals to audiences of all ages. Richmal Crompton was a master of her craft, and her writing style is both engaging and witty. This book is part of a larger series of books featuring William Brown, but it can be enjoyed as a standalone work as well. In addition to its literary merit, "Still - William" holds historical significance as one of the first books to feature a young protagonist as the central character. The book was well received when it was first published and has since become a classic of children's literature. Richmal Crompton is remembered as a pioneering figure in the genre and her works continue to inspire new generations of writers and readers.

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Language

English

Original Language

English

Published In

1925

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Richmal Crompton Lamburn was a popular English writer, best known for her Just William series of books, humorous short stories, and to a lesser extent adult fiction books. Crompton's best known books...

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