George Sturt (1863-1927) was a British wheelwright and writer who usually wrote under the pen-name George Bourne. A native of Surrey, he inherited his father's workshop in the rural village of Bourne, near Farnborough, in 1894 and began to record the daily lives and recollections of his rural family and acquaintances, which he published towards the end of his life. This volume, first published in 1913, contains Sturt's descriptions of characters and traditions of the village in which he lived. Through conversations with his ...

Lucy Bettesworth 2010, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge

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Lucy Bettesworth 1980, Caliban Books, London

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Lucy Bettesworth 1978, Caliban Books, London

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