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Fenland Chronicle Recollections of William Henry and Kate Mary Edwards Collected and Edited by Their Daughter by Sybil Marshall ISBN 13: 9780521280433

ISBN 10: 0521280435

Paperback; Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, January 31, 1981; ISBN-13: 978-0521280433


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Cambridge University Press. Paperback. Used; Good. Ex-library 12/11/1980

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Cambridge University Press, 1981-01-31. Paperback. Good.

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Cambridge University Press, London, 1980. First Paperback Edition. Softcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Illustrator: Ewart Oakeshott. gilt titles on dark brown panel spine; illustrated by b/w. drawings throughout; "in this book Sybil Marshall transcribes the recollections of her parents in their own dialect. William Henry Edwards, her father, died in 1940, at the age of eighty. Mrs Edwards is still alive. Between them the Edwardses look back on a hundred years of life in the Fens. They speak in their own direct and vigorous way, richly figurative and often sardonically humorous, of the people and times they have known. The Fens are still markedly different from other parts of England, less accessible, less spoilt, and a little daunting to the outsider. The character of the land has produced its own way of life. Mr Edwards was by turns turf-cutter, boat-owner along the waterways, windmill proprietor, drainage superintendent and small farmer. So he and his wife saw each truly Fenland occupation f ... Read more

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Cambridge: Cambridge University Press., 1980 First printing of the trade paperback edition. 280 pp. Drawings. Hint of shelfwear, minor sunning. Very Good.. . Trade Paperback. Very Good. UB4-2.

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