WONDERINGS by John Meanfield


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Matrical meanderings back to his past, his boyhood in a country village against the background of the Welsh Black Mountains. Scenes and places loved, -- the church, the old canal, a view, fields and orchards, farmyard animals, the people; and in contrast, the poverty, the ignorance, the abuse of many of those simple folk, in a country ""backward and blind"" -- and today's hope for ""an England better than the last"". Practised versification -- for his market.

Pub Date: Nov. 30th, 1943
Publisher: Macmillan