ENGLAND HAVE MY BONES by T. H. White

ENGLAND HAVE MY BONES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Personal and philosophical diary of 1934-35, written by an English writer who lives in the country and glories in it. Salmon fishing in Scotland -- hunting in England -- the animals about the place -- flying and learning to fly -- likes -- dislikes. The emphasis is on the sporting side of life, and the book should appeal to that market. Quite charming but limited in appeal.

Publisher: Macmillan