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Henry Williamson and the First World War by Anne Williamson
  

Henry Williamson and the First World War

Synopsis

Henry Williamson and the First World War by Anne Williamson

Henry Williamson is known for his book 'Tarka the Otter', yet his time in WW1 trenches affected him profoundly. This book draws on his letters, diaries, photographs and notebooks written at the time to give us a detailed account of life in the trenches of the First World War. It also offers us a rare insight into the making of a novelist.

About the Author

Anne Williamson is Henry Williamson's daughter-in-law, and knew him well until his death in 1977. She manages the Henry Williamson Literary Estate and edits the Henry Williamson Society Journal. Her biography of the writer 'Henry Williamson: Tarka and the Last Romantic' was published by Sutton in 1995.

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Book Info

Publication date

14th October 2004

Author

Anne Williamson

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Publisher

The History Press Ltd

Format

Paperback
224 pages

Categories

Literary studies: fiction, novelists & prose writers
Literary studies: from c 1900 -
Biography: general
European history
First World War

ISBN

9780750935524

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