Field, Rachel

Field, Rachel,

1894–1942, American writer, b. New York City, educated at Radcliffe. Her books for children include The Cross-Stitch Heart and Other One-Act Plays (1927), Hitty: Her First Hundred Years (1929), and Calico Bush (1931). She also wrote several adult novels of which All This and Heaven Too (1938) and And Now Tomorrow (1942) were made into successful motion pictures.
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Drawing on an excellent group of scholars, many of whom have made important contributions to the field, Rachel Cowgill and Hilary Poriss's collection of essays reveals exciting new directions in scholarship on vocal artists.
With 16 years experience in the property field, Rachel has seen several peaks and troughs and agrees that the industry is under pressure.
In the field, Rachel Thomas (3.30m) and Gemma Llewelyn (39.53m) came second in the Pole-Vault and Discus respectively as the City saw off the likes of Belgrave Harriers, Channel Islands and Leeds City AC to finish third in a tricky season opener.
The cast included Sally Field, Rachel Griffiths, Calista Flockhart, Rob Lowe, and Patricia Wettig.