Blythe, Ronald (George)

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BLYTHE, Ronald (George)

BLYTHE, Ronald (George). British, b. 1922. Genres: Novels, Novellas/Short stories, History, Literary criticism and history, Local history/Rural topics. Career: Royal Society of Literature, fellow. John Clare Society, president. Publications: A Treasonable Growth (novel), 1960; Immediate Possession (short stories), 1961; The Age of Illusion 1963; Akenfield: Portrait of an English Village, 1969; The View in Winter, 1979; Places, 1981; From the Headlands, 1982; The Stories of Ronald Blythe, 1985; Divine Landscapes, 1986; Each Returning Day, 1989; Private Words: Letters and Diaries from the Second World War, 1991; England: The Four Seasons (essays), 1993; Word from Wormingford: A Parish Year, 1997; First Friends (biography), 1999; The Papers of the Late Lieutenant (novel), 1999; Out of the Valley (essays), 2000; The Circling Year: Perspectives from a Country Parish, 2001; Talking to the Neighbours, 2002. EDITOR: J. Austen, Emma, 1966; Components of the Scene: An Anthology of the Prose and Poetry of the Second World War, 1966; William Hazlitt: Selected Writings, 1970; Aldeburgh Anthology, 1972; T. Hardy, A Pair of Blue Eyes, 1976; L. Tolstoy, The Death of Ivan Ilyich, 1977; T. Hardy, Far from the Madding Crowd, 1978; H. James, The Awkward Age, 1987. Address: Bottengom's Farm, Worming-ford, Colchester, Essex C06 3AP, England.

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