In search of England

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Methuen, 1960 - Travel - 275 pages
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User Review  - Greg - Goodreads

HV Morton starts the book with the reason why he wrote it. Believing he was dying in Palestine, and in pain, the style of his writing is established by him describing his homesickness for England ... Read full review

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User Review  - Lydia - Goodreads

The first paragraph of this book hooked me: "I believed that I was dying in Palestine. There was no woman to convince me that the pain in my neck was not the first sign of spinal meningitis, so that ... Read full review

Contents

London Ends meet a bowlturner stand beneath a gallows on a hill
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CHAPTER TWO
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CHAPTER THREE 44
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