Come Lucky April

TitleCome Lucky April
Year for Search1992
AuthorsUre, Jean [Neville](b. 1943)
Date Published1992
PublisherMethuen Children's Books
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsEnglish author, Female author
Annotation

One hundred years after the plague described in her Plague 99. London: Methuen Teens, 1989. Rpt. London: Octopus, 1989; London: Teens Mandarin, 1991; and Oxford: Heinemann New Windmills, 1993. U. S. ed as Plague. San Diego, CA: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1991. Contrasts two societies, one dominated by men and identified with the problems of the past and one in which women hold power and male aggression has been eliminated. While the latter is generally better than the former, it is still trying to find the right balance. The struggle to reunite the communities is described in her Watchers at the Shrine. London: Methuen Children’s Books, 1994

Additional Publishers

Rpt. as After the Plague. London: Teens Mandarin, 1993; and London: Mammoth, 1995.

Holding Institutions

CU-Riv, O

Author Note

Female author (b. 1943).

Full Text

1992 Ure, Jean [Neville] (b. 1943). Come Lucky April. London: Methuen Children’s Books. Rpt. as After the Plague. London: Teens Mandarin, 1993; and London: Mammoth, 1995. CU-Riv, O

One hundred years after the plague described in her Plague 99. London: Methuen Teens, 1989. Rpt. London: Octopus, 1989; London: Teens Mandarin, 1991; and Oxford: Heinemann New Windmills, 1993. U. S. ed as Plague. San Diego, CA: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1991. Contrasts two societies, one dominated by men and identified with the problems of the past and one in which women hold power and male aggression has been eliminated. While the latter is generally better than the former, it is still trying to find the right balance. The struggle to reunite the communities is described in her Watchers at the Shrine. London: Methuen Children’s Books, 1994. Female author.