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Men and the Fields

By: Adrian Bell(Author), John Nash(Illustrator), Martin Bell(Foreword By), Ronald Blythe(Introduction By)
167 pages, 8 plates with colour illustrations; b/w illustrations
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Adrian Bell's autobiographical account of his travels through East Anglia and lowland Britain was first published in June 1939. Men and the Fields captures the character of rural life before modern agriculture altered the landscape and changed forever they way we eat and live.

This new edition of Men and the Fields restores the original colour lithographs and black and white line drawings by John Nash that appeared in the first edition.

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By: Adrian Bell(Author), John Nash(Illustrator), Martin Bell(Foreword By), Ronald Blythe(Introduction By)
167 pages, 8 plates with colour illustrations; b/w illustrations
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