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Slightly Foxed Issue 35

  • Pages: 96
  • Format: 210 x 148mm
  • Illustrations: B/W
  • Publication date: Sept 2014
  • Producer: Smith Settle
  • Cover artist: Francis Hamel
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Slightly Foxed Issue 35

Tarka the Rotter
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Richard Knott sails the Baltic with Arthur Ransome • David Spiller is intrigued by the wartime diary of Churchill’s private secretary Jock Colville • Judy Spours discovers just what it meant to be in a charge of a middle-class Victorian household • Jonathan Law tracks down Tarka the Otter and his paradoxical creator Henry Williamson • Stephen Honey trembles before The Man-eaters of Tsavo Christian Tyler is on the front line with the author and war correspondent Alan Moorehead . . .

Otter

‘There’s something inspiring about the way he comes to write Tarka by a kind of deep immersion – plunging himself into the creature’s habits and habitats, crawling through spinneys and...

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Digging

This is 'Digging' by Miriam Macgregor - a woodcut we like so much, we've featured it twice! First in Issue 10 back in 2006 to illustrate Tim Longville's article on Henry Mitchell’s The Essential...

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