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Clarissa and the Countryman

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Dedicated (to Sheena) and signed by both authors. Broadcast as a major eight-part BBC television series. Clarissa and the exuberant Johnny Scott, her engaging childhood chum, meet and talk to country people about their concerns and pleasures in rural life. This is neither an apologia nor an argument; it is a celebration of the countryside. The book, which follows the unbreakable thread that runs between farming, conservation and field sports, will delight and surprise both those who know the country and those who have lost touch with the harshness, beauty and richness of country life.

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PLU:
0
Added value:
Signed by both authors
Author(s):
Dickson Wright, Clarissa & Scott, Johnny
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
2000
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0747232474
ISBN-13:
9780747232476
Number of pages:
192
Publisher:
Headline

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Dedicated (to Sheena) and signed by both authors. Broadcast as a major eight-part BBC television series. Clarissa and the exuberant Johnny Scott, her engaging childhood chum, meet and talk to country people about their concerns and pleasures in rural life. This is neither an apologia nor an argument; it is a celebration of the countryside. The book, which follows the unbreakable thread that runs between farming, conservation and field sports, will delight and surprise both those who know the country and those who have lost touch with the harshness, beauty and richness of country life.

PLU:
0
Added value:
Signed by both authors
Author(s):
Dickson Wright, Clarissa & Scott, Johnny
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
2000
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0747232474
ISBN-13:
9780747232476
Number of pages:
192
Publisher:
Headline

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