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Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780907516699. Release Date:January 1985.

Author:Fingleton, Jack. Brightly Fades the Don. Book Binding:Paperback. Each month we recycle over . million books, saving over 12,500 tonnes of books a year from going straight into landfill sites. Read full description. See details and exclusions. Brightly Fades the Don by Jack Fingleton (Paperback, 1985). Pre-owned: lowest price.

Brightly fades the Don. by Jack Fingleton. Published 1950 by Collins in London. There's no description for this book yet. Donald Bradman Sir (1908-). Australian tour of England, 1948. First published 1949.

Find nearly any book by Jack Fingleton. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Brightly Fades the Don: ISBN 9780907516699 (978-07516-69-9) Softcover, Pavilion Books, 1985. Cricket Crisis: Bodyline and Other Lines. ISBN 9780907516682 (978-07516-68-2) Softcover, Pavilion Books, 1985.

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Jack Fingleton is one of Australian cricket's most important and intriguing characters He was the author of a number of authoritative books, including Cricket Crisis and Brightly Fades the Don. Fingleton led a varied and at times turbulent life.

Jack Fingleton is one of Australian cricket's most important and intriguing characters. In John Arlott's words: He is himself?and a diverse himself it i. Fingleton was an outstanding opening batsman with a reputation for fearlessness against the most hostile and dangerous opening attacks. He faced up to England's feared Bodyline' bowlers, and became the first batsman in history to score four successive Test centuries. He was the author of a number of authoritative books, including Cricket Crisis and Brightly Fades the Don.

Archie Mac 12:00am BST 20 October 2008. Fingleton became one of the best cricket writers Australia has ever produced, and his books ‘Cricket Crisis’ and ‘Brightly Fades the Don’ are justifiable seen as classics

Archie Mac 12:00am BST 20 October 2008. Fingleton became one of the best cricket writers Australia has ever produced, and his books ‘Cricket Crisis’ and ‘Brightly Fades the Don’ are justifiable seen as classics. Fingleton also both worked and reported on the Australian Federal parliament in Canberra as a politican correspondent. However, Fingleton is often largely remembered now for his often public personal feud with Don Bradman that went on for the majority of their lives.


Comments: (2)

spacebreeze
My husband has always loved this book. Its about the Australian cricket Test Team that went to England in 1948. They were so good they were called the Invincibles. They didn't loose a match in the whole four month tour. Its well written and entertaining.
Clonanau
I enjoyed every page in the book as the events described happened during my boyhood and I have very vivid memories of all the games of the 1948 Ashes tour!
Brightly Fades the Don download epub
Author: Jack Fingleton
ISBN: 0907516823
Category: No category
Language: English
Publisher: Pavilion Bks. (May 27, 1985)
Pages: 272 pages