Talking to the Neighbours

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Hymns Ancient and Modern Ltd, 2003 - 224 σελίδες
Ronald Blythe invites us into the company of his neighbours and friends to hear his reflections on the natural and local history, the liturgy, stories, village events and gossip that shape and unite their lives. Though intimately local, his voice is that of a poet, transcending boundaries of place and time with a universal appeal. 'Man of letters, man of faith, Suffolk man: Ronald Blythe is all of these.' Tiimes Literary Supplement

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Except Thou Bless Me
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Consequences
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The Lords Economy
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In Solitude He Sought Him
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Mothering Sunday
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The Cup of Life
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Shepherd Sunday
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A Saxon Tragedy
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The Turncoats
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Cousin of the Lord
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Exporting the Word
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The Desires and Petitions
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Brother Benedict and Sister Scholastica
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The Local Pilgrim
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Cathedral Camps
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The Nine States of Blessedness
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Rogation The Asking Time
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The Scottish Funeral
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The Massachusetts Connection
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Ascension
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Say Thank You
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The Man who Stands at the Gate
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The Angels Keep their Ancient Places
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Doctor Luke
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Containers
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