The Road to Canterbury: A Modern Pilgrimage
In the spring of 1993, Shirley Du Boulay set out to walk The Pilgrim's Way from Winchester to Canterbury. This travel book is a record of her walk as she follows in the footsteps of the many medieval pilgrims who journeyed the 130 miles to the Cathedral and its shrine to the matyr, Thomas a Becket.
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