Originally published, New York: Macmillan, 1959; (B69-06465), London: Hamilton, 1969.
|Statement||by Clive King ; illustrated by Maurice Bartlett.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||105|
Get this from a library! The town that went south. [Clive King; Maurice Bartlett] -- The English town of Ramsly floats over to France, then on via Africa and Australia to the South Pole, where Gargoyle the cat is really alone. Get this from a library! The town that went south. [Clive King; Maurice Bartlett] -- It was Gargoyle, the Rectory cat, who first noticed that something very odd was happening to the town of Ramsly. The Railway Station was awash, and Gargoyle's favourite hunting grounds outside the. The Town That Went South by King, Clive, Illustrated by Maurice Bartlett and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Gargoyle, the Rector's cat, looks with cateristic curiosity at the kaleidoscopic events which occur when the Channel town in which he lives becomes a floating island. An itinerary, staggering in its extent, takes Gargoyle across the equator and to a remote corner of the South Seas. Adventure pursues its citizens, and bewilderment, as the town remains intact but is subjected to one after.
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