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A short anthology of HW’s writings on North Devon published to introduce his work to a wider public, and to persuade them to seek out his books and read further.
A selection of works from a number of scarce sources, including book introductions and contributions to anthologies and magazines; a series of articles in the Evening Standard; and significant essays on Richard Jefferies and Francis Thompson.
An indispensable working handbook for both collectors and anyone who enjoys Henry Williamson's writings.
A collection of nature essays and sketches of village life in Georgeham, N Devon, in the 1920s, together with powerful pieces on the First World War. Included also are some of Williamson's classic short stories, including ‘Stumberleap’, the mysterious 'Whatever Has Happened' and 'The Heller'. Illustrated with contemporary photographs.
After the end of the First World War, Henry Williamson was briefly stationed in Folkestone, and later fictionalised this period in his novels. This booklet explores the 'real-life scenario' and the fiction.
This is a new edition of a classic in country and angling literature, first published in 1958 but long out of print. It features specially commissioned illustrations by noted wildlife artist Mick Loates.