Ronald Blythe is a novelist, essayist and historian whose works include The Age of Illusion, Akenfield, The View in Winter, The Assassin and The Wormingford Trilogy. He delights in the physical nature of books, their paper, their odour, their signs of having travelled, been handled, treasured, possessed.


The numbers in square brackets refer to the issue of the quarterly in which the article appears.
The unbracketed numbers refer to the starting page of the article.
For entries in multiple issues of the quarterly, the occurrences are separated by semi-colons.

Akenfield, [11] 7; the Wormingford books, [40] 8; article by, [17] 7

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