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  • ENGLISH

    Language
  • 272

    Pages
  • 9780571106301

    ISBN
  • 1 mm

    Width
  • 12 mm

    Height
  • 238 gram

    Weight
  • PAPERBACK

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  • 18 MARCH 2002

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    A reissue of a rare and remarkable book about every aspect of the life and legend of the wild hare - in nature, poetry, folklore, history and art. Much of it is drawn from the oral testimony of countrymen (including poachers) still living when the book was written. Here, from stubble to stewing pot, are all the facts that can be assembled; science, literature, mythology, s A reissue of a rare and remarkable book about every aspect of the life and legend of the wild hare - in nature, poetry, folklore, history and art. Much of it is drawn from...  Read More

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    George Ewart Evans

    George Ewart Evans was born and raised in the mining community of Abercynon, Glamorganshire, Wales. He wrote a series of books examining the disappearing customs and portraying the way of life as it had been in rural Suffolk. Ask the Fellows who Cut the Hay is probably his best known book. The publication of his books gave him deserved recognition as a pioneering oral historian. He was also an accomplished story writer and wrote short-stories, novels and poems.

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