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At Helpston (2011)

£19.99

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Black Dog Books 2011. Hardback with unclipped d/j in excellent condition.

These essays, many of them presidential addresses to the John Clare Society, form a unique series of `meetings' between the Northamptonshire labourer who became England's finest nature poet and our own `rural intellectual', the author of Akenfield, Ronald Blythe.
The work of the Suffolk artist Mary Newcomb provides a perfect foil to the lyricism of Blythe's prose and the genius of Clare's verse.

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Author(s):
Ronald Blythe
Condition:
Fine
Dimensions:
16cm by 24cm by 1.4cm
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0956567223
ISBN-13:
9780956567222
Number of pages:
168
Publisher:
Black Dog Books
Title:
At Helpston

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Black Dog Books 2011. Hardback with unclipped d/j in excellent condition.

These essays, many of them presidential addresses to the John Clare Society, form a unique series of `meetings' between the Northamptonshire labourer who became England's finest nature poet and our own `rural intellectual', the author of Akenfield, Ronald Blythe.
The work of the Suffolk artist Mary Newcomb provides a perfect foil to the lyricism of Blythe's prose and the genius of Clare's verse.

Author(s):
Ronald Blythe
Condition:
Fine
Dimensions:
16cm by 24cm by 1.4cm
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0956567223
ISBN-13:
9780956567222
Number of pages:
168
Publisher:
Black Dog Books
Title:
At Helpston

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