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In the Country

By: Kenneth Allsop(Author), James Lynch(Illustrator), Brian Jackman(Introduction By)
179 pages, 30 b/w illustrations
In the Country
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At the end of the 1960s, Kenneth Allsop, a famous television presenter and literary man-about-town, left London and settled amid the sunken lanes, ancient forests and chalk streams of west Dorset. He was at his very happiest here. He thought it the loveliest place on earth, and for three years he devoted a weekly newspaper column to his day-to-day life at the mill, brimming with humor and delight for the wildlife which shared his home. In the Country is not rustic or romantic. It is never unrealistic about agricultural modernisation and social change in the countryside. Yet, steeped with a deep sense of the past, Kenneth Allsop's writing speaks in defense of the natural world and stands firmly against the unchecked exploitation of the land. First published 1972 by Hamish Hamilton.

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By: Kenneth Allsop(Author), James Lynch(Illustrator), Brian Jackman(Introduction By)
179 pages, 30 b/w illustrations
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