Ronald Blythe’s Akenfield, published in 1969, is a rich and perceptive portrait of life in an English village, told in the voices of the farmers and villagers themselves. Blythe, who had published fiction and a work of social history and had edited editions of Austen, Hardy and Hazlitt for the Pen…
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