Bonham-Carter, Victor

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BONHAM-CARTER, Victor

BONHAM-CARTER, Victor. British, b. 1913. Genres: Agriculture/Forestry, History, Biography. Career: Historian and Records Officer, Dartington Hall Estate, Devon, 1951-65; Secretary, Royal Literary Fund, 1966-82; Joint Secretary, Society of Authors, London. 1971-78; co-editor, The Exmoor Review, 1980-. Publications: The English Village, 1952; (with W. B. Curry) Dartington Hall, 1958; Exploring Parish Churches, 1959; Farming the Land, 1959; In a Liberal Tradition, 1960; Soldier True (in U.S. as The Strategy of Victory), 1965; (ed.) Surgeon in the Crimea 1968; The Survival of the English Countryside (in U.S. as Land and Environment), 1971; Authors by Profession, 2 vols., 1978-84; The Essence of Exmoor, 1991; What Countryman, Sir? (autobiography), 1996; A Filthy Barren Ground, 1998. Address: The Mount, Milverton, Taunton, Somerset TA4 lQZ, England.