Vanishing Cornwall

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Doubleday, 1967 - Cornwall (England : County) - 210 pages
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Novelist's personal tour of Cornwall with descriptions of the history, folklore and legends of its past.

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Review: Vanishing Cornwall: The Spirit and History of Cornwall

User Review  - Tieria's - Goodreads

I said I wasn't going to bother adding non-fiction to my Goodreads lists, but I will make a few exceptions. Du Maurier approached this with a love of and great knowledge of Cornwall, and I recommend ... Read full review

Review: Vanishing Cornwall: The Spirit and History of Cornwall

User Review  - Leah - Goodreads

Daphne Du Maurier takes us back to her childhood home of Cornwall. The book is filled with stories of the way it was and pictures throughout. Dead boring if you don't care about Cornwall, but most interesting if you love England and care about Du Maurier's roots. I was somewhere in between. Read full review

Contents

Prologue l
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Origins and Approaches
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In Search of Arthur and of Tristan
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Copyright

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