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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User Review  - libbromus - LibraryThing

"A parson, when he turns odd, does it thoroughly, especially if he lives in Cornwall; in fact, he may be said to go the whole hog." King Arthur, King Mark (Marcus), Tristan & Iseault, Avalon, Tintagel ... Read full review

VANISHING CORNWALL

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Cornwall, England...with its legends of Arthur and Tristan, its intimations of Crete, its history and tales, its trades and peoples...its perpetual spring...a likely subject for Miss du Maurier's ... Read full review

Contents

Prologue l
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Origins and Approaches
9
In Search of Arthur and of Tristan
23
Copyright

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