A Countryman's Notebook
This variant is currently sold out
These lovely books are the perfect present for anyone who enjoys spending time in the countryside.
As well as his books that form his famous trilogy, from 1950 to 1980 Bell wrote a weekly column called ‘A Countryman’s Notebook’ for the Eastern Daily Press. His columns were, as his son Martin Bell says in his preface, ‘not really journalism but prose poems about the natural life around him’, and these essays share that which is common to all his writing – a deep appreciation of the small moments of each passing day.
So far Slightly Foxed have published two in the series,
A Countryman's Winter Notebook (out of stock, awaiting reissue decision)
A Countryman's Spring Notebook
Each lovely little hardbound book has coloured endpapers and measures 15cm by 12cm by 2cm.