About this book
A combination of literature, poetry, memory and spirituality merge to give East Anglia its literary voice, as Blythe recalls a life spent among the artists and authors of Suffolk, including John Clare and John Nash.
Ronald Blythe has spent his life among the artists and writers of his native Suffolk. His books, especially the bestselling "Akenfield", have given East Anglia a distinctive literary voice. This book accompanies Ronald through the lanes of Constable country, and observe him in his study following his early morning writing routine.
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