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ID
c6
Title
"England Living and England Dead."
Genre
Essay
Page Count
1
Word Count
900
Publisher
New Clarion
Publication Year
1932
Document Types
Full-text Online
Nature Writing
Topics
Rural Living

Continuing an account begun in "A Cotswold Day," Bates complains about towns bearing the "stench of the arty-and-crafty disease which has begun to attack the north limb of Cotswold," while praising the outlying countryside and Stow-on-the-Wold as "the most memorable of all Cotswold towns, simple, dignified, honest-to-God." With two photographs. In The New Clarion (September 10, 1932, i, 14, 319).


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