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Carstone Rectory: A Story

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Published by Hurst and Blackett .
Written in English


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The tithe maps echo the same story. There is surprisingly little here, a gap in the county in a place that seems even more deserted now. An old rectory, the church, a farm or two commanding a faint rise in the low swells and faint troughs of the Norfolk countryside. The church is on a bend cupped in the trees, birdsong and a lazy insect drone. It is also a description of the book’s typography, paper weight and other information, usually found at the end of the book. 11 ~ hobbies at once A reference to a hobby horse, a toy consisting of a stuffed horse’s head mounted on a stick, sometimes with a small wheel attached at the base.

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