An unconventional family idyll in pastoral Bucks County, Pennsylvania of the 1930’s is suddenly broken to pieces by the arrival of a band of writers led by poets Robert Graves and especially Laura Riding. Told from the perspective of her 12-year-old self, the author paints an evocative portrait of a family, friends, childhood adventures and events against the background of a countryside still threaded with dirt roads winding past meadows and woodland, not a shopping mall in sight.
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Published June 1, 2001
by William L Bauhan.
Biographies & Memoirs.