The snow goose a story of dunkirk is a novella by the american author paul gallicoit was first published in 1940 as a short story in the saturday evening post then he expanded it to create a short novella which was first published on april 7 1941. Directed by patrick garland with richard harris jenny agutter graham crowden freda bamford an aging artist who lives a solitary life as a lighthouse keeper in an essex fishing village assists a young orphan girl in caring for a wounded snow goose. The snow goose is a cameo a brief tale of hurt love and destruction but beauty runs through it like a knife in 1930 a disfigured artist comes to live alone in a lighthouse in the marshes of south east england. The snow goose should appeal to lovers of history lovers of good writing and lovers of animals the book has a heart it is a keeper read more 2 people found this helpful helpful comment report abuse kindle customer 50 out of 5 stars world war ii story february 5 2018. Primarily the snow goose is a sweet story about relationships of the snow goose and the two who saved it but 1940 was a dangerous time in that part of the world and breath is held awaiting the outcome while one character waits and two leave their marsh to assist in the rescue at dunkirk
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