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The Bookman's Tale

The Bookman s Tale Ronald Blythe has spent his life among the artists and writers of his native Suffolk His books especially the bestselling Akenfield have given East Anglia a distinctive literary voice Here we accomp

  • Title: The Bookman's Tale
  • Author: Ronald Blythe
  • ISBN: 9781853119804
  • Page: 386
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Ronald Blythe has spent his life among the artists and writers of his native Suffolk His books, especially the bestselling Akenfield, have given East Anglia a distinctive literary voice Here we accompany Ronald through the lanes of Constable country, we observe him in his study following his early morning writing routine, we meet John Clare, Traherne and countless otheRonald Blythe has spent his life among the artists and writers of his native Suffolk His books, especially the bestselling Akenfield, have given East Anglia a distinctive literary voice Here we accompany Ronald through the lanes of Constable country, we observe him in his study following his early morning writing routine, we meet John Clare, Traherne and countless other writers who continue to influence him, we join him in the ancient tradition of Anglican worship season by season, and luxuriate in the simple beauty of his ancient farmhouse and its garden, made by the artist John Nash Literature, poetry, spirituality and memory all merge to create exquisite stories for our times.

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    1. This is up to Ronald Blythe's usual standard with a different emphais from much of his collection. There is plenty about the life of the three parishes he tends but the book has many delights from his literary life. This can't be too highly recommended both for the quality of the writing and the contents.

    2. Peter, a young antiquarian bookseller, lost his beloved wife nine months prior in NC. He relocates to the English countryside to outrun his grief and rediscovers the joy he once had in collecting and restoring rare books. When he opens an 18th century book, a portrait of his wife (or is it?) falls from the pages. It can’t be her as the watercolor is clearly Victorian. His search for the painter leads him to locate a literary artifact which could potentially prove the truth about Shakespeare’ [...]

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