The Story of a Norfolk Farm

Hardback, Faber & Faber, third impression, 1941; illustrated.

Book condition: fair, lacking dust wrapper, some damage to the spine.
Price: £5.00


The first edition was published in 1941, and the publisher's blurb is succinct: 'A few years ago, during the intense farming depression, Henry Williamson, foreseeing trouble, decided to become a farmer. Under-capitalized and with no experience of farming, and against all the good advice of his friends, he bought a yeoman-sized farm in East Anglia. This book is the story of the struggle.'


(For a further consideration of the book and the background to the writing of it, see Anne Williamson's The Story of a Norfolk Farm.)