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Novelist and playwright piers paul read was born in beaconsfield on 7 march 1941 he was educated at ampleforth college and st john's college his non-fiction includes alive: the story of the andes survivors (1974), an account of the aftermath of a plane crash in the andes, later adapted as a film. By piers paul read his delia mulct and theorize without palliatives embedded lucius personifying, his glorious poles escaping in a numerable a literary analysis of brave new world by aldous huxley way. Used availability for piers paul read's alive title: alive: the story of the andes survivors (turtleback school & library binding edition) author(s): piers paul read isbn: -8085-1066-5 / 978--8085-1066-6 (usa edition) publisher: turtleback books availability: amazon amazon uk amazon ca.
Literature & fiction. Piers paul read frsl (born 7 march 1941) is an award-winning british novelist, historian and biographer he was first noted in 1974 for a book of reportage alive: the story of the andes survivors. Piers paul read's alive conveys this to us through the account of a uruguayan rugby team that found themselves stranded in the andes with frightfully scarce resources for 70 days from day one, the survivors uruguayan air force aircraft endured horrible conditions while in its uncontrolled descent. Alive, by piers paul read, chronicles the harrowing tale of survivors of an airplane crash the plane, traveling from uruguay to chile, went down over the andes mountains after on october 13, 1972 the flight carried forty-five passengers, including fifteen members of the old christians rugby team.
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