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Nineteen days, 256 miles, and one renowned poet walking the backbone of England.
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Mr. Armitage, a gifted English poet, relates his tramp along the nearly 260 miles of the Pennine Way, a moor, bog and hill-strewn path that’s sometimes referred to as Britain’s equivalent of the Appalachian Trail.Read Full Review of Walking Home: A Poet's Journey | See more reviews from NY Times
...it isn't outstandingly funny or interesting, and it sheds only scattered light on the North.Read Full Review of Walking Home: A Poet's Journey | See more reviews from WSJ online
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